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Research Reports in Medical Devices

All the proteins made by an organism are grouped under proteomics. Proteomes are an entire set of proteins which are expressed as genomes and proteomics. Proteomics involves the systematic study of proteins in order to provide a comprehensive view of the structure, function and role in the regulation of a biological system.

Diabetic neuropathies are a family of nerve disorders caused by diabetes. Patients suffering from diabetes for a long time, are susceptible to nerve damages all over the body, as the symptoms of diabetic neuropathies cannot be diagnosed at its earlier stages.

Medical tourism refers to travelling across international borders with the purpose of availing medical treatment of some form.

Medical simulation, is a branch of simulation, which refers to an artificial representation of a real-world process to achieve educational goals through experimental learning.

A power supply is an electronic device that supplies electric energy to an electrical load. Medical power supply devices are used in a widespread range of medical applications such as MRI, X-ray, CT and PET scanners, patient monitors, blood analyzers, DNA equipment, dental equipment, and robotic surgical devices.

Disposable blood bags are the bio-medical products which are majorly used for the storage, collection, transfusion and transportation of blood and blood components.

Respiratory care is a major healthcare specialty, focused on enhancing cardiopulmonary functions and promoting health & wellbeing of people.

In healthcare, adding intelligence to the medical devices is often considered as a significant opportunity for enabling more patients to take control of their therapies.

Cardiac disease is an irregular heart rhythm which causes the heart to stop beating, which can be fatal, if not treated within time. Cardiovascular disease therapy provides treatment and diagnosis for heart disorders.

Radiation therapy, also known as radiation oncology, is the most common treatment for cancer. In radiation therapy, high-energy particles or waves are used to destroy cancer cells. It is also used to treat tumors and other critical conditions such as thyroid disease and various blood disorders.