Market Research Blogs In Healthcare

Posted On Jul, 24, 2020

Imagine you have an appointment with your doctor, let’s say, for a routine check-up or follow-up. However, there are certain circumstances which may not allow you to travel on that particular day. The doctor tells you, “Well, Sir, I am sorry but I won’t be available for a month from now on, so your follow up might be too late.” Well, unlucky you that you will miss the appointment. If only there was a way that the doctor could have remotely monitored you….

Posted On Jul, 15, 2020

Home - a place where mind is at peace and soul is at rest. There can be no other place better than home for optimum recovery of health and that too at a quicker pace, given that proper care and help is provided under informed guidance. In these pandemic times, this is what is required to save lives and maintain abundance of resources along with availability of medical help for the needy. There are plenty of ways in ensuring proper care at home, one of the important ones is Home Infusion Therapy.

Posted On Jun, 30, 2020

To save and prolong this precious thing, man has gone over to achieve several feats with the help of science and technology, and has developed healthcare and life saving technology to such a level, that astonishes us to the core. When we talk about heart pacemaker, we talk about the same level of developed healthcare technology, which is proving out to be a lifesaver in literal meaning. 

Posted On May, 20, 2020

Buddha is quoted as saying that “Change is the only constant thing in life” and everybody knows that a growling engine of change in modern age is - Technology. It has the potential to build upon existing systems or completely overthrow redundant tech and substitute them with a modern efficient technology. 

Posted On May, 19, 2020

Health is and will always be considered as the most important wealth a person can have. Good health makes a person fully capable of enjoying every wonderful moment of his or her beautiful life. However, it’s also a truth that people fall sick and get bereaved of some of those beautiful moments of their lives. Sickness and ill health takes a large toll on people’s lives, quite evident from the COVID-19 pandemic. In these times, healthcare facilities like clinical laboratory testing boost the doctor’s ability to help the patients.

Posted On Apr, 27, 2020

Genomics is a branch of molecular biology that deals with the study of genes, chromosomes and their functions. It concerns with analysis and sequencing of individual’s genome for performing genetic mapping for disease diagnosis and treatment. Genomics involves the study of intragenomic processes such as heterosis, pleiotropy, epistasis and the interactions between loci and alleles within the genome.

Posted On Apr, 27, 2020

Biosimilars are medical biologics that are identical to original products. They are basically ‘complex’ and ‘large-molecular-weight’ molecules made in living cells via genetic engineering. The global biosimilars market is predicted to experience noticeable expansion over the next few years.

Posted On Apr, 27, 2020

Advanced gastrointestinal drug eluting stents (DES) were introduced in the market to overcome certain disadvantages such as restenosis and neo-intimal hyperplasia associated with the first generation stents namely, bare metal and plastic stents. In addition, a paradigm shift from conventional invasive procedures to minimally invasive procedures is fueling the demand for GI stents. Thus, DES is widely used since it supports minimally invasive procedures.

Posted On Apr, 02, 2020

The human body is a vast maze of cells and tissues, each performing a vital function. In an animal body, there are four basic types of tissues - epithelium, connective tissue, nervous tissue and muscle tissue. While in case of plants, the four basic tissue types are dermal tissue, vascular tissue, ground tissue and meristematic tissue. Cells are broadly classified into two types - prokaryotic and eukaryotic.

Posted On Apr, 01, 2020

Injuries are a part and parcel of one’s life. Especially in case of contact sports, where sportspersons are in constant danger of injuring their hands, shoulders, elbow, ankle or knees. If left untended, these injuries can cause much pain in the long run. One of the common injuries seen in such sports is damage to the cartilage, which can lead to a long spell on the sidelines for the player, in sporting terms.

Posted On Apr, 01, 2020

You might have heard sportspersons saying, “I would not miss this match for my life!” Well, what would happen if this match is just a couple of weeks or a month away, and this sportsperson gets injured? Straight to the doctor’s table he goes, where the whole fitness team tries to get him/her ready for the game. Today, the expansion in research and technology fields is so rapid that medicines are witnessing a revolutionary development each day, and more so in the field of games and sports.

Posted On Mar, 20, 2020

Some hard facts. Cancer has been second leading cause of death in the U.S. and around the world. Inefficient early diagnosis, low awareness, and unmet clinical needs are some of the major factors contributing to the growing base of this disorder. Globally, nearly 1 in 6 deaths occur due to some type of cancer, leading to 9.6 million deaths in 2016. A report by the American Cancer Society expects 1.8 million new cancer cases to be diagnosed in the country in 2020, with 606,520 expected to fall prey to the disease.

Posted On Mar, 02, 2020

Nowadays, everyone, be it man or woman, teenager or adult, is focused on keeping their skin glowing and fresh. You might have seen advertisements about anti-ageing and anti-wrinkle creams and lotions on the television. This is a burgeoning industry right now, as manufacturers have managed to strike a chord with consumers through their attractive product features. However, there are products that may cause more harm than good for the skin. 

Posted On Feb, 14, 2020

Hyaluronic acid, also known as hyaluronan, is an anionic, non-sulfated glycosaminoglycan and is a gooey, clear substance which is produced naturally by the human body. It is mostly found in the skin, eyes and connective tissues, and its main objective is to keep human tissues moist and well lubricated. It is distributed throughout epithelial, connective and neural tissues. Majority of the consumers use it as a supplement, but it can also be used in topical serums, injections and eye drops.

Posted On Oct, 10, 2019

Cord blood is the blood that is left post-delivery in the placenta and umbilical cord. Cord blood is collected from umbilical cord just after the child is born. It is a rich source of stem cells, which have the ability to differentiate into a range of cell types. Cord blood banking services involve the collection of cord blood and cryogenically freezing the stem cells, as well as other immune system cells, so that they can be preserved for medical uses in future.

Posted On Sep, 20, 2019

In-vitro diagnostics is a type of medical test to help detect and diagnose diseases or infections and determine a course of treatment, under a controlled environment such as a laboratory. The tests may be conducted on either urine, blood or a human body tissue. Patients undergoing these tests may either receive or decline further medical care, thus making the reliability of these tests extremely crucial.

Posted On Sep, 05, 2018

Akin to other industries, healthcare too is going digital. Actually; data analytics, software-based technology, cloud computing, and IoT (Internet of Things) are set to transform ‘life sciences’ like never before

Posted On Sep, 05, 2018

Medical electrodes function by transferring the ionic current energy of the body into electrical current that can be amplified and examined for diagnosis of various cardiac, ocular, nervous, and muscular diseases. Medical electrodes play a vital role in providing ideal electrical contact between the patient and apparatus/device used to record or measure activity. Medical electrodes contain lead, metal, and electrode-conducting paste or gel. 

Posted On Sep, 05, 2018

Tourniquets are mechanical devices that are used during surgeries for temporary control of blood circulation. Multiple research studies have revealed that commercially available tourniquet systems can be effective in the management of uncontrolled, life-threatening extremity hemorrhage

Posted On Sep, 05, 2018

The management of chronic ailments has become extremely convenient with telehealth facilities. Fixed & mobile ‘home units’ monitor temperature, blood pressure, etc. These parameters can be reviewed from a long distance.

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