Megha Ramaviswanathan's Profile

B.E. (Biomedical Engineering)

Megha Ramaviswanathan

Megha hails from Madurai. She is pursuing Bachelors of Engineering in Biomedical at PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore. Her areas of interest are Image Processing and Medical Imaging Systems. She spends her leisure time singing carnatic songs. It is because of her grandmother, that Megha became passionate about singing. She also spends her time reading Tamil novels. She has also read a few novels of Chetan Bhagat, Ravinder Singh and Sudeep Nagarkar. She plays badminton and handball.

Written / Edited / Medically Reviewed

Oral Intake for Women in Labor Shows No Increase in Risk

Oral Intake for Women in Labor Shows No Increase in Risk

In the US, women in labor are allowed to eat only ice chips. A new study finds that women who are allowed to eat and drink show no increase in risks during labor.

Women Health News
New Device Finds Fibroblast Subtypes at Low-Cost in RA Patients

New Device Finds Fibroblast Subtypes at Low-Cost in RA Patients

Low-cost portable microfluidic device uses single-cell technology to identify how cells influence disease and respond to treatment in rheumatoid arthritis (RA) patients.

Research News
New Technique Uses EEG to Read a Mind

New Technique Uses EEG to Read a Mind

Mind-reading algorithm uses electroencephalography (EEG) data to reconstruct images of what people perceive based on their brain activity.

Research News
New Low-cost Wearable Device can Monitor Muscle Movement, Heart Beat

New Low-cost Wearable Device can Monitor Muscle Movement, Heart Beat

Inexpensive wearable device that uses ultra-stretchable sensor to monitor human movements and heart rate is developed by University of British Columbia (UBC) engineers.

Medical Gadgets
Age not Linked to Survival in Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma Patients

Age not Linked to Survival in Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma Patients

Age is not a limiting factor for Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation (HCT) in patients with non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL), finds a retrospective study.

Cancer News