Eight Prominent Causes Of Miscarriage

Miscarriage is the loss of the fetus, at the time of pregnancy, before the fetus reaches the age of viability. As the fetus is very small prior to the age of viability no medical treatment, however good, can help it survive. Miscarriage occurs naturally and is not a...

550 million Indians have serious eye problems

WHO claims that poor vision leads to a loss of $275 billion in economic productivity. It is recorded that about 4.2 billion people, or two-thirds out of the 7-billion world population, have impaired vision. Yet of those only 1.7 billion follow measures to correct or...

Glaucoma Prevention, Causes, Symptoms, Types, & Risk Factors

Glaucoma is considered to be one of the nastiest eye complications to affect people after a certain age. It is defined as a group of diseases that attack and damage the optic nerve in the eyes. Those affected with glaucoma can lose most of their vision even before...

Could artificial intelligence replace medical reps

Could artificial intelligence replace medical reps

Artificial Intelligence and Automation has made a huge impact on the way modern life and businesses work nowadays. They are already eliminating basic jobs done by the salespeople, medical reps, agents, stockbrokers, etc. Artificial Intelligence has come a long way and...

Understand how medical Data needs to be managed

Understand how medical Data needs to be managed

Healthcare is a vast and diverse business that has details and information about the health of most of the people in the world. This medical data is an information mountain that comprises data about people's health that is stored, protected and analyzed carefully by...

It is important to contain the Coronavirus to prevent a pandemic

It becomes facile for the healthcare organizations and government to combat infectious disease outbreaks like the one present coronavirus, if they are prepared with complete information and a disease model which provides a blueprint on how should we approach, what...

Neighbourhood First Policy and the old India-Wuhan spirit

On January 30, WHO declared a coronavirus outbreak and global health emergency that had begun in Wuhan a month earlier. It was found that Coronavirus was infecting more people and spreading at a faster pace than any other virus outbreaks in recent years. When the...

5G technology in healthcare is going to change virtual healthcare

Technology has drastically changed the look of our world today. Today, we see one or the other type of technological device being used everywhere we go, it may be hotels or hospitals. This digital transformation has impacted the world with a full force and has made it...

Microbiome as the carrier of diseases

An Approximate of 41 million people which makes up for more than 70% of the deaths annually are caused by non-communicable diseases like cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, respiratory diseases, and other chronic diseases. Bacteria, fungi or viruses play no...

Declining margins and doubts about long-term viability

India's economy has been in a state of decline for some time now. Like other industries, the healthcare industry has ailed its drawbacks. The 50% hike in raw material prices imported from china has struck several sector-specific CEOs. This led to declining margins and...

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