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Partnership announced at the Abdul Latif Jameel Health stand at Arab Health, the region’s most influential healthcare event. iSono Health’s FDA cleared[1] ATUSA system allows for automated whole breast ultrasound imaging at point of care without need for trained ultrasound operators. Abdul Latif Jameel

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Asthma patients are more likely to have an asthma attack during winter Cold & Flu are the top triggers for asthma people   Amid the ongoing cold waves of winters, smog and air pollution have resumed, thereby increasing the intensity of blocked airways in people’s lungs, giving a

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Delhi:- A sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSHL) or sudden deafness occurs after losing hearing over a period of three days. It can happen in one or both ears. There is a surge in the cases of SSHL in the age group 30-60 due to factors such as

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Medical devices company Trivitron Healthcare announced that it has developed the Real-Time PCR-based kit for the detection of Monkeypox (Orthopoxvirus) virus. The World Health Organization's Country Office for India recently requested the help of the ICMR-National Institute of Virology in Pune to test suspected cases

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A staggering 65% of the Tuberculosis cases in India are in the 15-45 age group   Mortality numbers due to Tuberculosis in India are more than other South Asian neighbours a Mumbai based health-tech startup, supported by the Department of Science & Technology, Govt of India, healthcare veterans

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The initiative is part of Medtronic Labs’ Shruti programme and was organized in partnership with the Government of NCT Delhi Medtronic Labs, a public benefit corporation, in partnership with the National Health Mission, Government of NCT Delhi and National Programme for Prevention and Control of

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Calling on people to support measures put in place by countries in view of the new COVID-19 variant and holiday season, the World Health Organization today said the overall threat posed by Omicron will also depend on how people perceive risk and follow measures to

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