Aresearch team led by physicians of the Karl Landsteiner University of Health Sciences in Krems has identified a potential drug target to treat multiple myeloma (MM) by uncovering a pivotal role for a regulator protein.
Hanwool Yeon et al fabricated a new, perforated e-skin containing inorganic sensor arrays that could effectively suppress sweat accumulation and obtain physical health information without malfunctioning.
Yeon Sik Choi et al have developed a temporary leadless cardiac pacemaker that naturally dissolves away in the body into harmless byproducts.
The first epilepsy surgery in India was performed at Christian Medical College, Vellore in 1952 by Prof Jacob Chandy. Sixty-nine years later, it is quite disappointing that only 2 in 1000 eligible epilepsy surgery candidates get operated on every year in India today, creating a huge surgical treatment gap.
India’s hospital sector is bouncing back with improved occupancy from a multi-quarter low of 37% in Q1 FY2021 to 53% in Q2 and further to 59% in Q3 and Q4 FY2021, according to a new report by ICRA.