Wearable Medical devices took the world by storm and have altered our way of life forever. In 2016 the market for wearables reached an estimated $2 billion and experts predict that this number will skyrocket to $6 billion by 2023.
After a serious injury or surgery, there is always a specific amount of time needed to recover. During this period, varied resources are needed to regain the strength of doing things independently. In hospitals, the continuous availability of physiotherapists will help in rehabilitation therapy.
According to the Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast dated 2014-2022, it is predicted that the market rate of electric wheelchairs wholesale would reach $4,846 million by 2022 from $1,597 million in 2015.
Nanotechnology-based drug therapy is gaining popularity since drugs can destroy the exact target without creating any side effects via this method. This has led to scientists doing research on nanotech-based treatment against neurological damage.
There are many people who don’t exercise regularly and when they occasionally do, they often overexert themselves, which could lead to severe muscle pain after 24-72 hours. This condition is termed as delayed onset muscle soreness. Several research works suggested that the consumption of antioxidants might prevent this condition however the results were inconclusive.
Physical therapy rehabilitation includes a number of treatments applied to people suffering from any kind of injury or pain. Physical therapists use various kinds of equipment to rehabilitate patients to carry out normal movements and functions with their limbs and other body parts.
Intravenous infusion sets are used to administer liquid medicinal and blood substances directly into the veins. Infusion sets work with the help of gravity. They are used when the patient needs to be medicated for a long duration of time ranging from15 minutes to a number of hours.
Every healthcare facility, whether it is a GP’s office, veterinary clinic, hospital ICU or dental practice, needs disposable medical consumables. As technology continues to bring healthcare to more isolated people, the demand for medical consumables also increases
Fake and second-rate antibiotics are a major global threat to the fight against infectious diseases. Offering respite, a team of researchers at Colorado State University headed by Professor Chuck Harry design a test to spot bogus or mediocre antibiotics. It uses paper and is easy and economical.
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