Public Health

Medical Technologies on Vaping

Using Medical Technologies on Vaping

 Vaping has gotten quite famous all over the globe as a new method of ingesting herbs. Unlike traditional cigarettes, Vape stockists makes use of electronic cigarettes in which the smoker inhales vape instead of smoke. Because of this, vape became widely used in recreational and medicinal marijuana as well, especially since it enables the user to enjoy the benefits whilst lessening the side effects of inhaling smoke.
Medical Marijuana and Vape
Over the years, one after another, countries have started to acknowledge the outstanding medicinal effects of …

Microneedle Bandage Malaria Detection Method

Rice University researchers have created a microneedle patch that can identify the presence of malaria in bodily fluids quickly. The patch can be applied to the skin like a bandage and users can read the results from the colored strips in 20 minutes at the longest. The technology is very affordable and doesn’t need any special skills to use.
The patch, which has a 4 x 4 series of hollow microneedles, subtly penetrates the skin and pulls bodily fluid into itself. An antibody-based test strip then identifies malaria protein biomarkers.
The microneedles are extremely small, measuring just 375 microns in diameter. For this …

BIOMONITOR IIIm

Biotronik has declared clearance and approval by the FDA of an important Data Sensor in the latest Biomonitor IIIm injectable cardiac monitor (ICM). The sensor detects body temperature changes that may also be associated with fever.
The connection between vital signs, such as body temperature and cardiac arrhythmia, and health problems has been long known. Temperature increases, in particular, can cause a rise in heart rates and, as a result, a reduction in the patient’s activity level.
With the Data Sensor, doctors can access comprehensive updates on critical data to assist them in remotely tracking patient’s overall …

Using Synthetic Antibody to Limit COVID-19 Spread

Governments and companies have started distributing a few varieties of COVID-19 vaccines around the globe. Even so, researchers at the University of California (UCSF) have formulated an innovative method that may provide a somewhat more effective way to curb the development of coronavirus inside the human body.
The researchers developed an artificial antibody that keeps the COVID-19 virus from sticking to human cells. These artificial antibodies are based on the microscopic antibodies that are produced by animals like llamas and camels, to defend themselves from coronavirus varieties.
The antibodies attack the spikes found on…

Radiology

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