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    June 2017

    In Brief about 3D Printing Medical Devices

    With the number of problems constantly increasing in today’s day and time, it is becoming more and more important to understand each patient differently and make sure that their body type is carefully analysed. Which is why, since technology has revolutionized the way medicine has developed, has also helped us with this new notion of ‘3D printing.’

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    June 2017

    Functions of 3D Cell Culture

    A 3D cell culture is a simulated environment in which organic cells are allowed to develop and remain in contact with their surroundings. In 2D environments like in an experimental petri dish, the cells are not allowed to grow in every direction. However, this problem in solved in 3D cell culture which in which cells are grown in small capsules, called bioreactors. Bioreactors allow cells to undergo in vitro transformation into spheroids.

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    June 2017

    Constant demand for Wireless Health

    Besides being regular and constant with your diet, exercise and other important methods of keeping yourself healthy and fit, what strikes as the best feature about your body is to basically understand it well enough. And this will include keeping pace with all the changes that it is going through, understanding the functioning of each and every system that might or is already not functioning well, keeping up with all kinds of exercise and making a perfect diet chart for yourself.

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    June 2017

    Benefits of Using Continuous Glucose Monitoring Devices

    In a person without diabetes, the body can track the glucose levels in blood and releases insulin naturally in the right amount to keep the body healthy. However in a person with diabetesa monitoring system is required to regularly check the glucose levels.The most common way to monitor the glucose levels in the bodyisthrough the continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) devices.

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    June 2017

    Advantages associated with Bioabsorbable Stents

    A stent is generally placed inside a blood vessel to prevent or overcome a blockage. A bioabsorbable stent is simply able to be absorbed by the body.The United States Food and Drug Administration on July 5, 2016, announced the approval for the first evercompletely absorbable stent for treating coronary artery disease. Coronary heart disease develops in a person when blockages mostly made up of cholesterol; build up in the coronary arteries, resulting in a decreased blood flow to the heart.

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    June 2017

    What are disposable medical device sensors?

    It has been a vast development in the medical industry, where devices and technology has grown so rapidly, that it became almost impossible to create anything better. But that was kind of the point. As the number of problems and illnesses also unfortunately increased with the kind of exposure one has to better food, eating habits, drinking and so on, it has made it almost impossible for this technology to stop.

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    June 2017

    Vascular Graft and its many applications

    Vascular grafts are synthetic in nature and are used as a patch for injured or diseased areas of smaller arteries or for replacement of whole parts of heavier arteries such as the aorta in bypass or congenital heart surgeries. It is made up of polytetrafluoroethylene from the inside and has a covering of polyethylene terephthalate from the outside; these two are glued together by a polycarbonate-urethane adhesive.

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    June 2017

    Various Applications of Metabolomics

    Metabolomics, an ‘omic’ technology, is the study of small molecules in a cell. It is used in studying metabolitesof a very low molecular weightfor understanding biological mechanisms. Metabolomics help in various clinical researches for biomarker identification, genetic variation and finding the cure or treatment for various diseases by giving reports on cell status and internal health condition of organisms.

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    June 2017

    Treatment Options for Diabetic foot Ulcers and Pressure Ulcers

    Diabetic foot ulcers and pressure ulcers are chronic wounds. They might be caused by trauma,neuropathy or deformity. Neuropathy can cause loss of protective sensation and coordination of muscle groups. In the United States5% of diabetic patients develop foot ulcers annually and 1% of those have to undergo amputation. The cure for diabeticfoot ulcers and pressure ulcers require therapeutic footwear, saline dressings, controlling sugar and in some cases antibiotic therapy might be needed for cellulitis.

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    June 2017

    Importance of Healthcare Biometrics

    What helps the doctors understand the vitality of being punctual and being their addressing their patients is a device that reminds them to be there at every point. And this is the device that also helps mark their attendance and makes sure that they can help them with their problems.