Interventional oncology is an emerging and rapidly growing offshoot of interventional radiology, which emphasizes on the use of minimally-invasive procedures for the diagnosis, treatment, and palliative care for cancer patients. It uses image-guided technologies such as CT, fluoroscopy or ultrasound to target tumor lesions by making small puncture in the skin. Interventional oncology is generally […]Read More..
Maintaining optimal temperature is one of the prime requirements for effective working of MRI, CT, and PET. When these types of equipment are in operation, they generate a lot of heat which needs to be removed immediately without shutting down the equipment. Medical cooling systems or chillers play an important role in maintaining the equipment […]Read More..
A Trocar is a medical instrument consisting of three parts namely cannula, obturator, and a seal. This device is designed to puncture the abdominal or thoracic wall of the body to offer access to the organs situated in the abdominal or thoracic cavity respectively during the diagnostic, therapeutic, and/or surgical intervention. The key functions of […]Read More..
The multimodal imaging systems play an important role in addressing the issues for the treatment of chronically ill and aged population. The multimodal imaging is used in early detection of disease in areas such as oncology, neurology, cardiology, urology, and more. Multimodal imaging is widely used in the detection of tumor lesions for precise delivery […]Read More..
Orthodontics is the branch of dentistry that corrects teeth and jaws that are positioned improperly. There are many different types of orthodontic treatment, depending on the exact problem with teeth or jaw. In moderate to severe cases, treatment may involve braces and surgery to move the jaw. In addition, orthodontic treatment is becoming an adjunct […]Read More..