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Philips showcases ultra-low contrast PCI solutions at EuroPCR 2022

The ability to peorm PCI procedures using a very small amount of contrast media enables PCI to be offered to more patient groups, notably patients presenting with both coronary aery disease (CAD) and chronic kidney disease (CKD), who are at high risk of suffering contrast-induced nephropathy (CIN) - a life-threatening form of hospital-acquired acute kidney injury (AKI) caused by contrast media toxicity Royal Philips, a global leader in health technology, recently showcased innovations at EuroPCR (May 17-20, Paris, France) that…

Females on the Frontline

Emergency physicians treat all patients who come through the emergency department doors, regardless of their illness or injury type. In every case, immediate stabilization takes priority. Once patients are stabilized and treated, emergency physicians may then refer them for admission to the hospital or further care from other specialists as needed Emergency department environments are often depicted as intense scenes in television and movies. But actually, being immersed in the fast-paced world of emergency medicine is one of those things…

Dubai to develop global center for heart diseases and surgery

With a 2-day program, DHF held a number of workshops, seminars and discussion panels, where participants traced on a wide range of subjects like Dubai Care Model; excellence to Healthcare, Digital Health, Space Medicine, Value -based care and Health Economics in addition to a number of great topics that foster learning and inspiration Dubai has an ambitious plan to develop a global center for heart diseases and surgery, the emirate's health authority revealed at the opening day of the fourth…

UAE adopts a culture of openness in women’s healthcare

According to the repok, the US continues to dominate the FemTech market with over 50% of FemTech companies globally, followed by Europe (25%) and Asia (9%). The UK and Israel boast the highest number of FemTech companies in their respective regions with 10% and 6% of the total number of businesses, while Asia's undisputed market leader is India with 4% of FemTech companies. “One-third of MENA's FemTech companies are based in the UAE, where innovation, women empowerment and gender equality…

Wolters Kluwer identifies 7 healthcare technology trends for 2022

The global healthcare information technology (IT) market size was valued at $250,577.15 million in 2020, and is projected to reach $880,688.75 million by 2030, registering a CAGR of 13.3% from 2021 to 2030 (allied market research) The COVID- 19 pandemic is an unprecede nted global public health challenge and is anticipated to have a positive impact on the healthcare IT market for R&D of vaccines and antiviral drugs. The market for healthcare information technology is primarily driven by the rising…