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Healthcare Strategies

Healthcare Strategies For Clinical Challenges At CMSC

The healthcare strategies providers involved in the management and treatment of multiple sclerosis (MS) convene in Seattle this week for the 2019 Annual Meeting of the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers (CMSC). The latest developments in the ever evolving field will be present by national and international experts throughout the week of networking and education. Quality of care…

Cardiogenic Shock

Improvement Of Outcomes In Cardiogenic Shock Patients

Cardiogenic Shock, Study is the first to establish a nationwide treatment protocol that can save lives of patients with cardiogenic shock (CS), a deadly heart attack complication. Findings show 72% of patients with CS survived their heart attack when treated with the shock protocol. The study was conduct by The National Cardiogenic Shock Initiative Investigators and is the…

Fermented Food and immune system

Fermented Food: Bacteria Signals The Human Immune System

Researchers have discovered that humans and great apes possess a receptor on their cells; but fermented food detects metabolites from bacteria commonly found in fermented foods and triggers movement of immune cells. Claudia Stäubert of the University of Leipzig and colleagues report these findings in a new study published 23rd May in PLOS Genetics. Consuming…

Smartphone

Smartphone App Provide A List Of Symptoms To Identify Diseases

Smartphone App snapping a photo of a suspicious mole with a phone and uploading it to an Smartphone app might seem like the swiftest way to a diagnosis, dermatologists say users should be wary of such technology, especially when it comes to screening for skin cancer. Several apps allow users to provide a list of…

Family medicine

Primary Care Specialist Discusses AI Enhancing the Human

The study find that the It is already diagnosing cancers and arrhythmias; providing digital health coaching and predicting which patients are at the highest risk of heart failure. Soon; therefore patients with common symptoms can expect to receive advice via AI; and physicians will likely use data from wearable devices to diagnose or treat diseases. Providing digital health…

General medicine

Treat an Eating Behaviours  ,Need to know What Emotion Fuels

The study find that the emotional states and neural pathways influence our eating behaviours could pave the way for better ways to tackle eating disorders and obesity. Because Eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia can have life-threatening consequences. They affect around 20 million people in the European Union; with an estimated cost of €1 trillion per year.…

Street Saying That War Against Opioid Addiction

Street Saying That War Against Opioid Addiction

The street saying that it can cure everything from a bad mood to cancer. However, most of these claims are not based on scientific evidence. Animal studies suggest that CBD might be beneficial for some health indications, such as pain, inflammation, arthritisand anxiety. This is one of the first double-blind controll trials, the gold standard for drug research, to…

Fracture

Hip Fracture Link To Increase Risk For Death In T2DM Patients

Hip Fracture, recent epidemic of diabetes mellitus along with advancements in the treatment of diabetes and its complications have led to a rapid increase in the number of aged patients with diabetes. A better understanding of geriatrics is needed in the clinical management of patients with diabetes. Osteoporosis occurs with aging and increases the risk…

Infants With Autism Risk

Infants With Autism Risk May Be Less Able To Distinguish Speech Patterns

Researchers from Columbia University found that infants at high risk for autism were less attuned; to differences in speech patterns than low-risk infants. The findings suggest that interventions to improve language skills should, begin during infancy for those at high risk for autism spectrum disorder. “Humans are born with an astonishing ability to distinguish basic…

Chronic Wounds

Chronic Wounds Caused By Bacteria Which Triggers Virus

A common bacterial pathogen called Pseudomonas aeruginosa produces a virus that substantially increases the pathogen’s ability to infect us, according to a study by investigators at the Stanford University School of Medicine. P. aeruginosa weaponizes its resident virus to exploit the immune system’s distinct responses to bacterial versus viral infections. This marks the first time a bacteria-infecting…

Aviation medicine

Aerospace Established to Solve Medical and Life Science Issues

Human Aerospace has been established to solve medical and life science issues in space in a bid to improve life on earth. the research and money that’s spent on space has a huge amount of return on investment in terms of the technology ;that’s useful on earth as well;” Dr Gordon Cable said. Dr Waldie…

Acute Ischemic Stroke

Acute Ischemic Stroke Can Be Treated By Electrical Stimulation

Acute ischemic stroke, A novel potential approach to treating acute ischemic stroke by the electrical stimulation of an area at the back of the nose has show promising results in initial studies. The approach involves inserting a small electrode the size of a toothpick into the soft palate to stimulate the sphenopalatine ganglion, the source of parasympathetic innervation…