Monthly Archives: September 2013

Medical laboratory and biomedical science: Infrared Finds Veins

See on Scoop.it – Medicine in Pictures Children’s Mercy Hospital and Clinics, Kansas City, is one of only 60 hospitals in the country solely dedicated to the care of patients under the age of 18. Children’s Mercy is the only … Continue reading

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LOOK: Scientists Overseas Grow Human ‘Mini Brains’

See on Scoop.it – Medicine in Pictures The first complete living model of the developing human brain has been created in a lab dish. See on http://www.huffingtonpost.com

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touch bionics app controlled prosthetic hand

See on Scoop.it – Medicine in Pictures a wide selection of automated grips and gestures aid users in completing daily tasks including index points for typing and precision pinch modes for gripping small objects. See on http://www.designboom.com

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Infographic | EMR impact on patients

See on Scoop.it – Medicine in Pictures From CDW Healthcare: A special infographic celebrating National Health IT Week on the value of EMRs, the different areas in which patients are impacted. See on industryview.cdwcommunit.com

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Antibiotic Drug Resistance

See on Scoop.it – Medicine in Pictures Antibiotics have been used to treat a huge range of bacterial illnesses over the past 70 years, reducing the death toll considerably. When taken correctly, antibiotics still serve as powerful tools in eliminating … Continue reading

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State of Healthcare Searches Online – Infographic

See on Scoop.it – Medicine in Pictures 48% of the searches are happening on Social Websites. Low social engagement by Pharma companies, more still being spent on conventional mechanisms. See on http://www.makovsky.com

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Exponential Health Technology Bringing Personal “Check Engine Lights”

See on Scoop.it – Medicine in Pictures t sometimes seems that the world is speeding up, and it’s often hard to remember how quickly things are changing in our everyday lives. The relatively slow, expensive technologies of the 1970s and … Continue reading

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