The pandemic has brought the world to a standstill. However, digital technologies, online tools and mobile apps are being leveraged across the globe for imparting education, tracing infected people and providing accurate info related to coronavirus.
Nations need to invest in healthcare and build social and public healthcare infrastructure to be prepared for epidemics like Corona Virus.
People who are flat-footed can suffer complications like bunions, calluses, stiffness of the ankles, pain in the lower back and inflammation of the ligaments in the feet.
Are healthcare organisations addressing the potential ethical, legal, and cultural concerns around application of digital services in healthcare industry?
India has achieved significant public health gains and improvements in health care access and quality over the last three decades. The health sector is amongst the largest and fasting growing sectors, expected to reach US$ 280 billion by 2020. At the same time, India’s health sector faces immense challenges.
Technology advents are having massive impact on various aspects of the healthcare industry ranging from research, diagnosis to the way care is delivered.
Today's complex minimally invasive procedures demand an imaging system to improve surgical confidence and enhance decision making. This new system provides critical guidance, high-quality images, and accurate positioning yielding efficient results.
Patients will benefit from efficient, high quality procedures that truly make a difference to people’s lives while driving growth and reducing the cost of care.
Pressing demand for minimally invasive diagnostic techniques are driving path-breaking technologies to be introduced in the ultrasound imaging systems.