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...dy provides information that could help develop an electronic device to help millions suffering eye diseases. People who may benefit from such a device include those suffering from macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy and other causes of low vision. The research findings have been published in the curre...

Drug Database Goes On Air

...to go through a large volume of book, journals and electronic databases. These have to be searched, accessed, compared, written or run over which took about four years for the database to be complete. Drug Bank is also lending a helping hand to The Human Metabolome Project. This database will support informat...

India set to become the global knowledge hub

...n Bangalore does R&D in areas such as engineering, electronic systems, ceramics, metallurgy, catalysis, advanced chemistry, new synthetic materials, polymers, process modeling, simulation and IT. In a recent study, global consultancy Frost and Sullivan said India had taken a lead over China in the global move...

Mummy Is Always Right: Nurses Research Prove It Over Again

... and the accuracy of temperature recording by oral electronic thermometers was presented at the annual Academy of Medical Surgical Nurses Convention in Las Vegas. “It’s great to say we can make a change in practice. It’s always best to provide patient care based on evidence rather than guessing at it,” concl...

The Cleveland Clinic Expands Its Services across the World via the Net

...gistered physician and office staff can access the electronic medical records information. e-Cleveland Clinic provides quality e-health services. The Cleveland Clinic's main Internet site and its departmental sites have won many eHealthcare Leadership Awards in 2004 and 2005. e-Cleveland provides a range o...

$ 1.7 Million NYSTAR Award for Binghamton University to Flex Electronics Research Muscle.

...ring line that will support the design of flexible electronic manufacturing. The M.D., Executive director of NYSTAR, Russell W. Bessette has expressed, that through this partnership, the Binghamton University has received an impetus to invigorate its research and Development abilities, which will result in mor...

Detecting Epidemics using statistics

...stician said that it would allow us to combine the electronic device to monitor infectious disease outbreaks such as pandemic influenza and also to detect the risk of a particular population. Richard Platt and his research group plan to integrate these details of large studies into computer models and then te...

Kryptiq Care Manager Diabetes Module Effective In Managing Diabetes

... reduced outcomes of the chronic patients from the electronic medical records. It is known that heart disease ra...t information already stored in the organization's electronic health record. This module displays on the screen a visual status report for clinicians, giving im...

Small Cars, Anti-AIDS And Anti-Cancer Drugs Would Be Cheaper

...uty being slashed to five percent. The prices of electronic items like DVD players and combo drives will also come down, as also those of instant food mixes, ice cream, condensed milk, aerated drinks and footwear. Prices of steel and plastic products are also expected to head south with the excise duty on the...

'Winter Blues' Treated by Breakthrough Lighting Technology

...al lighting. Armed with computers, MP3 players and electronic games, whether you are in Phoenix, AZ or New York, many people find that they too are deprived of correct lighting and are experiencing many of the same conditions associated with S.A.D. Blue-Lux(TM) Light technology reduces the required time commi...

Health Care System in US Needs a Change

...ld agree on standards and figure out a way to make electronic health records a reality. Eight of the largest tec...d achieving complete healthcare information in the electronic system is the substantial progress in innovative medical treatment, such as predictive and more targ...

Apprehension looms large over patient record system

...e system becomes fully operational, it will enable electronic record for 50 million NHS patients along with linking more than 30,000 Gp’s with 300 hospitals. ...

Designer Strawberries

... through high-throughput screening methods." The electronic preprint of this article entitled "High-efficiency transformation of the diploid strawberry (Fragaria vesca) for functional genomics" (Planta, 2005, Dec 1:1-12) is available online at www.springerlink.com/openurl.asp?genre=article&id=doi:10.1007/s004...

Americans Dissatisfied with their Health Care

...ation has stepped up efforts to promote the use of electronic medical records and to link payments to doctors according to quality of care provided by them....

Battery power from viruses in the pipeline

...e viruses grow and self-assemble into a functional electronic device. Batteries are made of two opposite electrodes-a negatively charged anode and a positively charged cathode-separated by an electrolyte. Specifically, the viruses were altered to generate protein coats that collect molecules of cobalt oxide a...

Technology Can Help Fight Health Care Costs

...l Centre, which opened in September 2004, uses the electronic patient record system. It was also one of the first hospitals to implement the Siemens Sorian system, a sophisticated new hospital information system that records and maintains information electronically. With the new system the clinical staff can ac...

Rising in career top charts is Medical transcription

... are dictated by the doctors and maintained in the electronic format. MT industry in the US is well established.... clinic via the same channel to be stored in their electronic system for retrieval. Candidates interested should be a graduate in any discipline, have a good kn...

New User-Friendly Mobile Device Launched For At Risk People

...information about the location of the person on an electronic map. This is particularly important if emergency services are to find them quickly, especially if the person does not know where they are or are having difficulty speaking,' said the project manager. 'Whereas existing mobile devices with location d...

Hi-tech Walking Stick Developed For Visually Impaired

... the second part. But to make it possible, a small electronic box will need to be placed at the entrance of a bus, which will respond to the radio frequency sent by the device attached to the cane," said another student Vaibhab Singh. Ankush Garg, also a student, said a mono-earplug would be provided to the u...

Smokers who want to quit may first read this…

.... The 324 participants used hand-held computers as electronic diaries, which enabled them to record exactly when they experienced a strong urge to puff including whether or not they succumbed to temptation! The finding revealed that people, who wore the active patch after giving in to the urges, were nearly 4 t...

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