... staff, each of whom usually hold a medical technology
degree, who actually perform the tests , ... the application of computers and information technology
Naturopathic medicine is ... healthcare providers focused increasingly on the technology
that was enabling them to make dramatic ...
3 Collaboration, infrastructure and technology
: key enablers
4 Personalized medicine ... will break down a significant barrier to this technology
Patients will clearly be ...
Collaboration, infrastructure and technology
: key enablers
The march toward personalized ...
Extracorporeal shockwave therapy
... Shockwave Lithotripsy).
In more recent years this type of technology
has become popular in the treatment musculo-skeletal conditions. Presently ... local anesthesia, lasting up to 30 minutes in duration. Now with newer technology
it can be done without anesthesia in the physician's office in less than ...
Medical Scientist Training Program
... exist between Harvard Medical School and the Massachusetts Institute of technology
, the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and Carnegie Mellon ... Angeles David Geffen School of Medicine and the California Institute of technology
, among others.
At most programs trainees follow established MD and PhD ...
... Nuclear Medicine
v • d • e
Nuclear physics • Nuclear fission • ... Depleted uranium • Plutonium
Nuclear reactor technology
• Radioactive waste • Fusion power • Future energy development • ...
American Dietetic Association
... education scholarships.
ADA publishes position papers on public health regarding pediatric ( children 's) health, food technology
, food safety , geriatrics ( elderly ) health, health-care reform , obesity and the full range of food and nutrition topics. The association ...
Artificial induction of immunity
... to a specific pathogen , such as a bacterium, a virus, or a prion. At present, the science to understand this process is available but not the technology
to perform it.
Further references given in the main articles indicated above.
^ National Institutes of Health ...
... use in Traditional Chinese Medicine as a treatment for all varieties of ulcers. CankerMelts combines this natural remedy with a new oral patch technology
that allows a fully-dissolving troche to adhere directly to the afflicted region.
Orahealth Corporation , producer of ...
Cryostasis (clathrate hydrates)
... science fiction novels and movies. At present, there is no any effective reversible cryopreservation procedure for live humans and mammals.
The new technology
of cryostasis for biological objects using clathrate forming substances under high pressure can be promissing.  
Living tissues cooled ...
... Gone Foul? GNIF Brain Blogger . March, 2007.
^ ECRI. Special Article: Internet Influence on Doctor/Patient Relationship . Health technology
Trends. June, 2006.
... practice nursing - Chiropractic medicine - Audiology - Dentistry - Dietetics - Emergency medical services - Epidemiology - Medical technology
- Midwifery - Nursing - Occupational therapy - Optometry - Osteopathic medicine - Pharmacy - Physical therapy (Physiotherapy) - ...
... , pharmacy law , medical sociology , patient safety , health care , psychology , psychiatry , pedagogy , communication , information technology
(IT) , bioethics , medical ethics , safety , leadership , organization , logistics , economy , quality assurance (QA) , sales and ...
... health concerns and symptoms via a telephone interaction (telecommunications) by “advice nurses”.
Telephone triage utilizes an older form of technology
(telephone lines) and thus, preceded telemedicine and telehealth. Telehealth is defined as the delivery of health related services and information ...