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New robotic device may improve stroke survivors' mobility

Researchers have developed a new robotic tool that may in combination with standard rehabilitation programme improve the mobility of patients surviving a stroke.Stroke, known as a leading cause of long-term disability, is a sudden loss of brain function, ... Prokerala, 1 month ago

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Researchers develop low-cost child deafness screening device

Biomedical engineers from Bengaluru have developed a new and inexpensive medical device to screen hearing defects of the babies so that doctors can take necessary corrective measures at the earliest. Every year, close to 100,000 children with varying degrees ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago

Indian pharma firms need to increase R&D investment: Report

Indian pharma firms need to increase investments in research and development and quality of manufacturing to comply with global regulatory standards and take on competition, S&P Global Ratings said today.
 DNA3 days ago

ICMR to implement UN agency's standards on clinical trials

The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), the Norwegian Research Council, the UK Medical Research Council, Medecins Sans Frontieres and Epicentre (its research arm), PATH, the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI), Institut Pasteur, the ...
 DNA2 months ago

Cabinet approves Industry-Academia Collaborative Mission for accelerating discovery research to early development for biopharmaceuticals

The Mission Program would be a Pan-India program. The key focus areas of the program would aid in preparing India's technological and product development capabilities in the biopharmaceutical sector to a level that it is globally competitive over the next ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Cabinet approves cooperation between India and Japan on railway safety  Sify2 months ago
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Novel HIV test to detect hidden virus faster

American researchers, including one of Indian origin, have developed a test that is sensitive enough to detect "hidden" HIV and yet is faster, less labour-intensive and less expensive than the current "gold standard" test.HIV virus has a knack for lying ...
 Prokerala1 month ago

A urine test can predict recurrence of cancer

A team of researchers have developed a simple urine test to more accurately predict the recurrence of bladder cancer.Researchers from the University Hospital of Lyon in France tested the urine of 348 bladder cancer patients for a faulty protein called TERT, ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Simple test to predict bladder cancer recurrence: study  Business Standard1 week ago

How interactive websites are helping to reduce dizziness

To reduce dizziness amongst adults aged 50 or above, researchers have developed an interactive website which has significantly reduced the symptoms.It has been developed by health psychology and primary care researchers at the University of Southampton.The ...
 Business Standard2 months ago New interactive website helps reduce dizziness  Business Standard2 months ago
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New Clinical Decision Rules Diagnose Sinusitis Accurately

by Hannah Joy on July 11, 2017 at 3:45 PM Research News A new series of clinical decision rules has been developed by researchers. These rules integrate signs, symptoms, and C-reactive protein, which helps in diagnosing acute rhinosinusitis and acute ...
 Med India1 week ago
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Long hours of work is bad for your heart

People who work long hours may have an increased risk of developing irregular heart rhythm, scientists have warned. A study shows that compared to people who worked a normal week of between 35-40 hours, those who worked 55 hours or more were about 40 per cent more likely to develop atrial fibrillation during the following 10 years. For every 1,000 people in the study, an extra 5.2 cases of atrial fibrillation occurred among those working long hours during the 10 year follow-up. "These findings ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago
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