Pediatric palliative care is a specialized medical care for infants and children living with serious medical conditions such as cancer, genetic disorders, prematurity, heart and lung conditions, neurologic disorders, and others.
Plant phenotyping refers to a set of methods and tools used to measure plant characteristics or phenotypes such as height, color, etc. Phenotypes are affected by environmental factors and interactions between genes.
Eye inflammation caused by an allergic reaction to allergens such as pollen or mold spores, dust mites, and animal fur is known as allergic conjunctivitis. It is the body’s reaction to substances that could be potentially harmful.
X-ray technology is the most conventional and widely used form of medical imaging. X-rays consist of ionizing radiations, which are passed through the patient’s body and are absorbed by the internal organs.
Chronic diseases such as diabetes, cardiac disorder, and respiratory diseases are major health concerns worldwide. Home healthcare devices and services help in the diagnosis and mitigation of these diseases.
Infrared thermometers have many applications for monitoring various temperature functions. For instance, the infrared thermometer is useful for recording the temperature of patients in hospital without touching them.
Wound debridement is the process of removing dead tissue from wounds. Biological debridement, enzymatic debridement, autolytic debridement, and mechanical debridement are some of the types of wound debridement.
Neurological disorder diagnostics tools are medical devices that are used for diagnosing various neurological disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease (AD), Parkinson’s disease (PD), and Multiple Sclerosis.
Pharmacogenomics deals with the influence of genetic variation on drug response in patients by correlating gene expression changes and Single-Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs) with a drug's efficacy or toxicity.
Nutrition supply human beings with the essential amount of carbohydrates, proteins, water, fats, vitamins, and minerals for proper cellular functioning and physiological activities and to maintain energy balance in the body.
Gene therapy involves insertion of genetic material into cells of the patients to provide them a new function or to restore the missing or inappropriate functioning of the cells due to cancer or gene mutations.