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Microchip gives blind a chance of sight

... and converts it into an electrical signal that is electronically transmitted to the flexible silicon biochip surgically attached near the retina.The chip electronically stimulates the healthy cells of the retina, which sends the signals conveying he image to the brain....

Microchip gives blind a chance of sight

... and converts it into an electrical signal that is electronically transmitted to the flexible silicon biochip surgically attached near the retina.The chip electronically stimulates the healthy cells of the retina, which sends the signals conveying he image to the brain....

Chemists Discover Cation Considered Too Unstable To Exist

...example of an antiaromatic molecule, a molecule so electronically unstable and, therefore, extremely reactive that it should not exist for any length of time. Lambert believes the cation now should be described as nonaromatic. Lambert and Lin discovered the molecule when trying to figure out how to make stable or...

More Errors From Computerized Prescriptions

... in the past. Computerized prescription orders can electronically zip to the pharmacy in a matter of minutes. They are also more easily linked to drug interaction warnings. Plus, no more paper could translate to big savings for many health institutions. It was found that computerized order systems resulted in redu...

U.S. To Tighten Sick Passenger, Quarantine Rules

...nd cruise lines to submit passenger and crew lists electronically at its request....

Small Biosensor To Enable Cancer Detection

...are created in a silicon wafer and made to vibrate electronically in two modes. When a cancer-specific marker binds to the surface of a disc, in the pattern of the coating, the uneven weight causes one of the modes of vibration to change in frequency. The difference between the frequencies of the two modes of vib...

Singapore’s Healthcare To Outsource To Indian Firm For Faster X-Ray Result

... the agreement the x-rays taken there will be sent electronically to India to get the results in a faster manner. Under the National Healthcare Group's (NHG's) agreement with India's Teleradiology Solutions, a polyclinic has been sending about 700 X-rays a month to Bangalore. Trained radiologists analyze each o...

Technology Can Help Fight Health Care Costs

...ay prints but can easily access the patient X-rays electronically through the computer. This has helped in improving services for the patient through quicker access to reports, by faster distribution through the hospitals and if necessary between two different hospitals. Also stating that the nurses and clinical st...

Afghanistan Hosting A UN Funded Regional Health Conference

...n GCC states. He said that they would also discuss electronically linking health information centre in GCC states and activating the pharmaceuticals registration programme. Discussion of developing a joint plan to fight heart diseases, genetically inherited diseases and cancer, would also be addressed, he added. A...

Safety Measures Pose an Added Expenditure for the Airlines

...istration (TSA) has also compelled the airlines to electronically transmit information about airline passengers within the US. The reason behind is that it can check their names against government watch lists. But the airline is doubtful whether it will be able to shoulder the cost of the new safety measures....

Plans To Computerise NHS, Costs Thrice

...re begun previous year to make the medical records electronically for 50 million NHS patients, but this will not still be started until 2007 or 2008’ – says the health minister, Lord Warner. NHS programme for IT (NPfIT) really costs more than three times than the previously said £6.2 billion – reported Lord Warne...

NHS Billions Spent on High Cost Computer Scheme

...be followed by prescriptions that would be flashed electronically from doctors' computers to pharmacies. In addition...al appointments were planned to have been arranged electronically and instantly. This in turn was to keep an even tighter rein on the NHS by the people of Whitehall...

Outsourcing Medical Records Risky: Unison

...ical records are dictated in England and then sent electronically to other countries where they are transcribed. Reacting to these allegations, the Department of Health said, "We expect the NHS to ensure that all patient information is processed fairly, lawfully and as transparently as possible and we are confident...

Medical Sleep Studies Can Help Correct Common Sleep Disorders

...g and oxygen levels, and leg and eye movements are electronically recorded, monitored and studied by a specially trained sleep technician. Then qualified sleep specialists interpret the results. If a problem is diagnosed, one of several treatment options will be recommended. Following, are 10 common sleep disorde...

New Screening System For Early Detection Of Dental Caries in Toddlers

... Center health assistant. The photos are then sent electronically across town to pediatric dentists, who review the ...e-Access assistants. These digital files were then electronically delivered to Eastman Dental Center, where they were reviewed by pediatric dentists. The pilot pro...

Kids Help Other Kids to Protect Their Hearing from Personal Music Devices

...h a Radio Shack sound meter. When Martin took her electronically equipped mannequin out on the street, curious pedestrians placed the earbuds from their personal music players onto Jolene's ears. The sound meter measured how loud their music was playing. Many were surprised to see that volume levels that had seeme...

FDA Finds Animal Cloned Food to Be Safe

...r comments is April 3. Parties can submit comments electronically at www.fda.gov by clicking on Dockets under Reference Room, then clicking on Submit Electronic Comments. Parties can submit comments by mail to Division of Dockets Management (HFA-305), Food and Drug Administration, 5630 Fishers Lane, Room 1061, Rock...

President’s Address on the ‘Tele-Radiology’ Set Up of Krst

...l Tele-radiology as I understand is a means of electronically transmitting radiographic images of the patient and consultative text from one location to another through digital, computer-assisted transmission. Within a large hospital, tele-radiology can be used to send images from one department to another, par...

New Inhaler is Child's Play

...ed with a drug - a liquid nebuliser system that is electronically controlled, which is particularly good news for patients using expensive drugs which have to be precisely dosed with minimal wastage. The product is in Phase I studies which are due to be completed soon, according to a company spokesperson. Source-...

Women’s Health Takes the Spotlight in Ma

...t. The materials are available both in print and electronically through the Society’s Web site: www.womenshealthresearch.org. The Society’s “Just the Facts” publications outline sex differences between women and men in a wide range of areas. There are fact sheets tailored for both consumers and clinicians. The...

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