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  • 08

    August 2017

    Isolation and Manipulation of 2D Cell Culture

    Cell culture is known as the procedure in which cells are grown out of their natural environment and under conditions that are controlled. The conditions of cell culture may vary for every type of cell, however, artificial environments contain and adequate vessel with medium that provide nutrients that are vital such as gases, hormones, growth factors, amino acids, vitamins, minerals and carbohydrates

  • 08

    August 2017

    A Brief Explanation of Wearable Injectors

    Wearable injectors symbolize a new level for injectable drug delivery systems. It is a device that can be worn on a patient’s body and carries the drug in to the body. In contrast with insulin pumps, they are constructed for single use. After the drug is injected, the patient can peel the device off and throw it.

  • 03

    August 2017

    Benefits and Implementation of Electronic Health Records

    An Electronic Health Record is a patient’s information chart which is in a digital form. Electronic Health Record gives patient-related information immediately and in a secure manner to accredited users. Though EHR consist mainly of the patients clinical data and treatments it is built to go far from just the clinically accumulated data resulting in better healthcare of the patient and giving a wider glance over the patient’s medical history....

  • 02

    August 2017

    What is Biologics and what are its most dominant types?

    Biologics also referred to as biopharmaceutical is any type of pharmaceutical drug product which is extracted from, manufactured in or semi-synthesized by biological means. Biopharmaceutical differs from completely synthesized pharmaceuticals and include living cells that are used in cell therapy.....

  • 02

    August 2017

    Various Components and Uses of Gelatin

    Gelatin also known as gelatine is a brittle, transparent, colorless food that has no flavor that has been derived from collagen that has been taken from various body parts of animals. It is used commonly as a stiffing agent in foods, manufacturing of cosmetics, vitamin capsules, photography and pharmaceutical drugs.

  • 02

    August 2017

    Detailed Explanation on ADME Toxicology

    ADME in pharmacology and pharmacokinetics is the abbreviation for absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion. It addresses the inclination of pharmaceutical combinations inside an organism. These four criteria impact the levels of drugs and actions of the drugs when exposed to the tissues and therefore impacts the pharmacological activity and the performance of the combination as a drug.

  • 01

    August 2017

    How Does the Insulin Patch Pump benefit?

    The most common type of diabetes is the type 2 with 90% to 95% cases all over the world. When a patient is diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, it is treated with changes of habits and lifestyle in the initial stages like cutting down of sugar, physical activities, and regular checkups etc. if there are no results obtained by these, additional drugs are prescribed to lower the glucose in the blood.

  • 31

    July 2017

    How Does Endocrine Testing work?

    The Endocrine system is a structure of glands that generate and discharge hormones that assist in controlling various imperative functions of the body, involving the function of converting calories into energy in the body.

  • 31

    July 2017

    Procedures involved in Non-Invasive Blood Glucose Monitoring Devices

    Diabetes and the complexities that come with it enforce irreversible impact on patients and their families financially as well as emotionally.

  • 28

    July 2017

    Use of Artificial Blood Vessels in maintaining Blood circulation

    In order to maintain the circulation of blood artificial blood vessels are used. These artificial blood vessels are made up of chemically produced (synthetic) materials.