Biomaterials are substances engineered to work with other biological systems in various ways. Researchers are investigating strategies in which biomaterials can be used to strengthen vaccines as well as create surfaces to kill the virulent particles landing on the body.
Innovations of technology are transformational when applied to healthcare. Implementing innovative developments of IoT to healthcare is something that is similarly looked onto. Read on to find how the technology has changed healthcare and what the current challenges are:
The adoption of AI in healthcare has been a hot topic of discussion, and rightly so. With the promise of life-altering changes in healthcare services, AI is believed to hold the potential to improve quality of services while cutting down on the costs.
A new clothing-like exoskeleton can reduce back muscle fatigue and providing needed physical relief to material handlers, medical professionals and frontline workers.
In any pill, if you look carefully at the ingredients, there would be ‘inactive’ elements. While they might chemically stabilize the whole pill, pharmaceutical companies need to be more transparent about these items for patient safety.
Burn-out is not something that is exclusive to a professional. It can happen to anyone at any age, any stage. Even students are not immune to it. But what do if and when it strikes? How do you take notice of the symptoms of an impending burnout? How do you get back to normal from it?