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Technology Maturity and Application Assessment of Medical Magnetic Resonance Imaging Equipment Based on Technology Evolution Theory.

This study based on the technology evolution theory, S-curve and bibliometrics, verified product evolution was accompanied by the evolution and transition of a number of sub technologies. It judged MRI was in the stage of underdevelopment and a new round of technology was being developed. It was found that the value of MRI equipment in scientific research or clinical application in foreign countries was higher than that in China by comparing the literatures at home and abroad. And there was a gap between Ch...

Emergence of Medical Robots and Autonomy in Medical Electrical Equipment.

Hospital purchasing alliances: Ten years after.

Most hospitals outsource supply procurement to purchasing alliances, or group purchasing organizations (GPOs). Despite their early 20th century origin, we lack both national and trend data on alliance utilization, services, and performance. The topic is important as alliances help hospitals control costs, enjoy tailwinds from affiliated regional/local alliances, and face headwinds from hospital self-contracting and criticism of certain business practices.

Optimization of sand fly embryo microinjection for gene editing by CRISPR/Cas9.

Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats (CRISPR)/Cas9 technology has rapidly emerged as a very effective tool for gene editing. Although great advances on gene editing in the medical entomology field have arisen, no attempts of gene editing have been reported in sand flies, the vectors of Leishmaniasis.

Inferring gene expression networks with hubs using a degree weighted Lasso approach.

Genome-scale gene networks contain regulatory genes called hubs that have many interaction partners. These genes usually play an essential role in gene regulation and cellular processes. Despite recent advancements in high-throughput technology, inferring gene networks with hub genes from high-dimensional data still remains a challenging problem. Novel statistical network inference methods are needed for efficient and accurate reconstruction of hub networks from high-dimensional data.

Fortune and hindsight: gene patents' muted effect on medical practice.

Physicians have long worried about gene patents' potential to restrict their medical practices. Fortune and hindsight have proven these worries exaggerated both in the UK and elsewhere. Neither current nor future medical practices appear to be impinged by gene patents, although they may be subject to future intellectual property disputes.

NCycDB: a curated integrative database for fast and accurate metagenomic profiling of nitrogen cycling genes.

The nitrogen (N) cycle is a collection of important biogeochemical pathways in the Earth ecosystem and has gained extensive foci in ecology and environmental studies. Currently, shotgun metagenome sequencing has been widely applied to explore gene families responsible for N cycle processes. However, there are problems in applying publically available orthology databases to profile N cycle gene families in shotgun metagenomes, such as inefficient database searching, unspecific orthology groups, and low cover...

Radiology Equipment Training Made Easy.

KeggExp: a web server for visual integration of KEGG pathways and expression profile data.

Effective visualization is important for knowledge discovery when analysing expression profile data. However, existing tools for visually integrating expression profile data with KEGG pathway maps lack extensive interactive visualization operations. KeggExp simultaneously presents the pathway map of one pathway, dendrogram & heatmap of the genes in the pathway, and scatter map of one gene; and also provides interactive operations for highlighting specific genes on the pathway map, including differentially-e...

Mind over Matter: Using Technology to Improve Wellness.

Wellness-the balance of mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical health for the overall health benefit of the individual-is a growing concern, particularly for professionals in the medical field. Although wellness is usually viewed in opposition to technology, more digital devices and mobile applications are emerging to support wellness for health consumers. This wellness technology seeks to improve the overall health of the user through increasing calm and decreasing stress. This column will explain what...

Full-scale dissolved air flotation (DAF) equipment for emergency treatment of eutrophic water.

Eutrophication of urban rivers has caused severe environmental problems due to the pollution from point and diffuse sources. Although eutrophication can be alleviated by reducing the input to the river system, fast-treating terminal control technologies, especially under emergent situations, should be developed to reduce risks induced by eutrophication. The present study developed an emergency purification device based on dissolved air flotation (DAF) technology. After equipment commissioning and parameter ...

Sustaining participation in multisector health care alliances: The role of personal and stakeholder group influence.

Cross-sectoral collaborative organizations (e.g., alliances, coalitions) bring together members from different industry sectors to ameliorate multifaceted problems in local communities. The ability to leverage the diverse knowledge and skills of these members is predicated on their sustained participation, which research has shown to be a significant challenge.

Delivering Chest Compressions and Ventilations With and Without Men's Lacrosse Equipment.

  Current management recommendations for equipment-laden athletes in sudden cardiac arrest regarding whether to remove protective sports equipment before delivering cardiopulmonary resuscitation are unclear.

Accelerating expertise: Perceptual and adaptive learning technology in medical learning.

Recent advances in the learning sciences offer remarkable potential for improving medical learning and performance. Difficult to teach pattern recognition skills can be systematically accelerated using techniques of perceptual learning (PL). The effectiveness of PL interventions is amplified when they are combined with adaptive learning (AL) technology in perceptual-adaptive learning modules (PALMs).

MR4Cancer: a web server prioritizing master regulators for cancer.

During cancer stage transition, a master regulator (MR) refers to the key gene controlling cancer initiation and progression by orchestrating the associated target genes (termed as its regulon). Due to their inherent importance, MRs can serve as critical biomarkers for cancer diagnosis and prognosis, and therapeutic targets. However, it is challenging to infer key MRs that might explain gene expression profile changes between two groups due to lack of context-specific regulons, whose expression level can co...

A Rational Approach to Efficient Equipment Maintenance, Part 1: A Simple, Basic AEM Program.

BART: a transcription factor prediction tool with query gene sets or epigenomic profiles.

Identification of functional transcription factors that regulate a given gene set is an important problem in gene regulation studies. Conventional approaches for identifying transcription factors, such as DNA sequence motif analysis, are unable to predict functional binding of specific factors and not sensitive to detect factors binding at distal enhancers. Here we present Binding Analysis for Regulation of Transcription (BART), a novel computational method and software package for predicting functional tra...

Antenatal Testing for Women With Preexisting Medical Conditions Using Only the Ultrasonographic Portion of the Biophysical Profile.

To report the utility of the ultrasonographic biophysical profile, which includes all the components of a biophysical profile minus the nonstress test, in women with maternal indications for antepartum surveillance.

Research Progress of External Defibrillation Technique and Its Application.

Defibrillator is an important first aid equipment with people attach importance to life and health in today, people pay more attention to the development of defibrillator. This paper reviews the development history of the defibrillator, gives a brief introduction to the structure and working principle of the defibrillator, and then analyzes the key technology of defibrillator, compares the mainstream products on the market and prospects the development trend of defibrillator.

Smart Medical Information Technology for Healthcare (SMITH).

This article is part of the Focus Theme of Methods of Information in Medicine on the German Medical Informatics Initiative. "Smart Medical Information Technology for Healthcare (SMITH)" is one of four consortia funded by the German Medical Informatics Initiative (MI-I) to create an alliance of universities, university hospitals, research institutions and IT companies. SMITH's goals are to establish Data Integration Centers (DICs) at each SMITH partner hospital and to implement use cases which demonstrate th...

Accessibility of Medical Diagnostic Equipment - Implications for People with Disability.

The Accuracy of Point-of-Care Equipment for Glucose Measurement in Screening for Dysglycemia in Patients with Coronary Artery Disease.

Point-of-care equipment for measuring glucose saves time and costs for both patients and professionals and minimizes preanalytic errors when screening for or managing dysglycemia, that is, impaired glucose tolerance and type 2 diabetes. The accuracy of such devices has, however, been questioned compared with analyses at an accredited hospital laboratory.

Ultrasound and Plastic Surgery: Clinical Applications of the Newest Technology.

Color Doppler ultrasound (CDUS) has not been routinely used in plastic and reconstructive surgery. Barriers to use have included large, cumbersome equipment, low-definition images, cost, and availability. In addition, programs in plastic surgery have not included training with ultrasound (US); thus, many current-day practitioners are unfamiliar with and reluctant to use this technology. Nevertheless, recent studies have demonstrated the utility of US in surgical planning. With the miniaturization, clearer i...

Equipment factors affecting identification of water level with echo for the blind.

Blind people adopt their remaining intact senses to perceive the world for tasks such as determining the water level in a bowl. Pouring water into a bowl generates water sounds and echoes reflected in the bowl. This research develops a bowl with increased echo (called an echo bowl), and analyzes the accuracy of water levels perceived by visually impaired people using a container or a kettle to pour water into a common bowl or an echo bowl. The analysis of factors of pouring and filled equipment indicates th...

3D printing in medical imaging and healthcare services.

Three-dimensional (3D) printing technology has demonstrated a huge potential for the future of medicine. Since its introduction, it has been used in various areas, for example building anatomical models, personalising medical devices and implants, aiding in precision medical interventions and the latest development, 3D bioprinting. This commentary is provided to outline the current use of 3D printing in medical imaging and its future directions for advancing the healthcare services.

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