Researchers at Mayo Clinic are expected to conduct a remote cardiac procedure that could be a major breakthrough for rural hospital care. According to the researchers, the blocked artery of a patient will be assisted by robotic devices which will be operated by an off-site doctor. If successful, the trial will pave the way for a future in which the procedure could be performed by doctors from miles away. This would be important for patients in rural areas who may experience worse outcomes if their local hospitals are not prepared to provide emergency cardiac treatment.
John Wiley and Sons Inc., a global publishing company that specializes in academic publishing, is looking forward to develop science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) potential in India. At the 32nd International Publishers Association (IPA) Congress that is being held in New Delhi from February 11 to 13, 2018, Peter Booth Wiley, Chairman Emeritus, Wiley, […]
On September 5, 2019, global science analytics business and Wageningen University & Research (WUR) announced their collaboration. Using Elsevier’s analytical capabilities, the duo want to detect unethical addition of citations to scientific research papers. This would be the first large-scale analysis to eradicate citation manipulation in journals and it will be presented at the 17th […]
A research by Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute shows that patients with heart arrhythmia may suffer from dementia if anticoagulation treatment is delayed in such cases. The researchers used the CHADS2 Vasc score for determining the risk. The results of this study have been recently presented at Heart Rhythm 2017, 38th Annual Scientific Sessions held at […]