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BAMS, Post Graduate Diploma in Hospital Management

Dr. Meenakshy Varier

A doctor who is qualified in complementary medicine and keeps herself abreast with what is latest in the medical field through constant research. Meenakshy has worked as a content writer in the past and continues to contribute as a Freelancer. Her other interests include reading, writing, cooking view more..

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Promising New Bloodless Test for Malaria Using Microneedle

Promising New Bloodless Test for Malaria Using Microneedle

The new microneedle based patch test is a simple, fast, and low-cost method to detect malaria. It is a bloodless sampling technique and can be a viable diagnostic tool for disease detection and screening.

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AI to Assist Physicians in Detecting Brain Aneurysms

AI to Assist Physicians in Detecting Brain Aneurysms

Cerebral aneurysms that can be overlooked during routine radiological assessment can be detected using deep learning algorithms that use artificial intelligence.

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Improved Treatment for Epilepsy, Depression Using Mathematical Brain Modeling

Improved Treatment for Epilepsy, Depression Using Mathematical Brain Modeling

Mathematical modeling of the brain cells electrochemical processes using focused ultrasound will assist in the treatment of neurological conditions like epilepsy and ultrasound.

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Antibody Triggers Blood Clots in Severe COVID-19

Antibody Triggers Blood Clots in Severe COVID-19

High levels of autoimmune antibodies in the blood trigger blood clots and are responsible for severe respiratory symptoms in patients with COVID-19 infection. These antibodies trigger severe inflammation even in healthy cells and subsequently, a cytokine storm.

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Night Time Blood Pressure Increases Risk of Heart Disease and Stroke

Night Time Blood Pressure Increases Risk of Heart Disease and Stroke

Night-time increase in systolic blood pressure during sleep significantly increases the risk of heart diseases, including heart failure, stroke, and coronary artery disease.

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