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 •  January 28, 2017

Over 80 million doses of intravenous (IV) contrast media are administered every year, and in the emergency department it can be essential to accurately diagnose certain acute critical conditions. But physicians have had concerns that the contrast media causes serious kidney problems later on, with some studies showing contrast-induced nephropathy...

Med India

 •  January 12, 2017

The global peripheral intravenous catheter market is expected to observe steady growth in 2016, reaching beyond US$ 3.8 Bn by 2016 end. Wide adoption of catheterization techniques in patient examination, diagnosis, and treatment is anticipated to fuel the demand for PIVC. Rising disease prevalence will play a key role in driving the market growth....

Med India

 •  January 12, 2017

Highlights Extremely high levels of vitamin C selectively kills cancer cells but not normal cells. Intravenous administration of vitamin C versus oral intake is more effective in counteracting cancer cells. Vitamin C is broken down to hydrogen peroxide which are less manageable by cancer cells and are more prone to damage and death. Normal cells...

Med India

 •  February 19, 2016

In patients with inflammatory bowel diseases, iron deficiency is often an issue. An international and interdisciplinary research group under the aegis of the ZIEL Institute for Food & Health (ZIEL) at the TU Munich has now investigated how the intestinal microbiota responds to oral or intravenous iron replacement. Both lead to an improved iron...

Med India

 •  September 26, 2015

The new gene therapy has offered a significant improvement among children ... Patients in both groups also received an average of three courses of oral or intravenous antibiotics during the trial. The patients were given a nebulising spray containing ...