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NEW ROBOTIC SURGERY ARM APPROVED BY FDA

FDA today cleared for marketing a robotic device that enables a surgeon to perform laparoscopic gall bladder and reflux disease surgery while seated at a console with a computer and video monitor. The surgeon can use hand grips and foot pedals on the console t...

Cut down TV and video games and you have less aggressive children.

...is increasing concern over the way the children of today are growing up. Even the West is getting desperate and looking for help. Things are no better in India. With the TV boom and the IT revolution, the kids seem to know all at a very young age and many parents complain that their kids are actually going...

Thakur warns doctors

The union Health Minister, Dr. CP Thakur, today warned doctors that their names could be removed from the register of the Medical Council of India (MCI) if they were found guilty of indulging in female foeticide. The warning comes in the wake of the recent nation-wide Census, which has come out w...

Detecting anomalies in heart rythm

...enced with the test. Many of the programmes in use today only look at the linear relationship between data. The approach is to use model of non-linear dynamics, which describe heart rhythm- as an open complex system. This gives a better chance of detecting temporal changes in heartbeat rhythm and p...

Decision making made easier

...you what treatment to have are long gone. Patients today expect to participate in the decision-making process.// But sometimes this is difficult, when the clinical evidence gives conflicting messages and new research comes up all the time. Doctors in the US have been testing a new aid to patient decision...

Male infertility in relation to pesticide

...e la Recherche Médicale. The findings are released today in the journal Human Reproduction. Environmental hazards to male reproductive function were first revealed 30 years ago, when the process of sperm formation was shown to be severely impaired among pesticide manufacturers and agricultural workers. ...

Setting up a new pharmaceutical industry in India

... started manufacturing 50 years ago in Germany and today is world leader in testing equipment. Erweka, Germany, one of the biggest manufacturer - Supplier of testing and R&D equipment to phamaceutical industries worldwide has a strong brand name in the Indian pharmaceutical Industry for the its precisions ...

Medicis Pharmaceutical company enters pediatric market

...maceutical Corporation and Ascent Pediatrics, Inc. today announced that they have entered into a definitive merger agreement under which Medicis will acquire Ascent, a specialty pharmaceutical company focused on the marketing and sale of prescription products to U.S. based pediatricians. // Under the t...

Biotechnology on the lead

...obal trade. "I think that there's a lot of concern today about the issue of emerging diseases, new diseases that cross borders and come into our country. "One of the agents that we worry about is a group of toxins called the botulinum toxins. They're the causative agents of the condition we know as botulis...

Cipro Has Cheaper Cousins to Treat Anthrax

...Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson today encouraged the use of two other antibiotics, penicillin and doxycycline. Before this month, Cipro -- the brand name for the drug ciprofloxacin -- was little known outside of doctor's offices and pharmacies, where it is dispensed to treat a variety of...

FDA attacks American Red Cross for blood violations

...ons in its blood collection program. FDA is acting today to ensure that the Red Cross takes much more seriously its role as guardian of the safety of the nation's blood supply, which is essential to the public health. // Despite a promise made by the Red Cross in a 1993 consent decree to make substantial...

Unpredictable Premature Birth

...it’s nearly impossible with the technology we have today to accurately predict who is going to give birth to a premature baby. If we truly want to help more babies be born healthy and lead healthy lives, we need more research aimed at preventing prematurity from occurring in the first place....

Diet irregularities lead to stomach cancer

Changes in the human diet mean people today are more at risk of developing stomach cancer than their ancestors, scientists have said.Researchers at the University of Newcastle believe that changes to the way food is grown and produced// have robbed it off its anti-cancer agents. The research...

Glenmark’s new molecule to go through trial

Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Ltd today said its newly- found andti-diabetic/anti-obesity molecule will be put into clinical trials by later this year. Mr Glenn Saldanha, Executive Director, Glenmark pharmaceuticals, told newspersons that the company’s R&D team has established ‘proof of co...

Down syndrome life anticipation doubles

...tudy, people with Down syndrome live twice as long today as they did in the early 1980s'. These patients have a lower than average risk of developing many forms of cancer. The study by Quanhe Yang and colleagues published in this week's Lancet was based on data collected from death certificates between 19...

Microwave radiation has no hazards

...dy were exposed to much more radiation than we get today from our phones and machines. He felt that the average person would never be exposed to the high levels of radar waves that the Navy technicians were exposed to. Tarone explained that the finding that highly exposed veterans lived longer than men in...

Breastfeeding may decrease Breast Cancer Risk

...y acknowledge it is unrealistic to expect women of today to return to the childbearing and breastfeeding patterns that existed a century or so ago. Yet they do point out "...Even if women were to breastfeed each of their children for an additional six months, this could prevent about 5 percent of breast ca...

Keep fit with salads

...ovided for variety and a change from raw food, but today it dominates our tables. Even now, centuries later, our taste buds do appreciate raw food. Whether just to munch on till// the main course arrives or at home as a filler,no meal is complete without a salad. There are infinite varieties of salads. Ap...

Decision making made easier

...u what treatment //to have are long gone. Patients today expect to participate in the decision-making process. But sometimes this is difficult, when the clinical evidence gives conflicting messages and new research comes up all the time. Doctors in the US have been testing a new aid to patient decision-m...

WHO Travel Advice to prevent spread of "Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)

...wing advice:? The World Health Organization (WHO) today began recommending that persons travelling to Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China and Guangdong Province, China consider postponing all but essential travel. This updated travel advice comes as a result of new developments in the multi-c...

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