In a recent study published in the Nature Medicine journal, researchers assessed the efficacy of the machine learning model in the prediction of mental health crises.
A platform that could be the next breakthrough in quest for painless technology to replace in-patient phlebotomy blood draws for many clinical laboratory tests.
Gender-affirming hormone therapy with either estradiol or testosterone is commonly prescribed for transgender individuals. Masculinizing or feminizing hormone therapy may impact clinical chemistry analytes, but there is currently a lack of published reference intervals for the transgender population.
Ethical guidelines in clinical research can reduce risk, increase participation, protect the welfare of participants.
This study examines death rates for cardiovascular diseases in various Asian ethnicity subgroups.
Columbia University’s MediSCAPE enables surgeons to examine tissue structures in vivo and a large-scale clinical trial is planned for later this year.
A blood sample to is used to diagnose patients with traumatic brain injury.
Phlebotomy has been practised for centuries and is still one of the most commonly used invasive procedures in medicine, and can cause some risks for both patients and health workers. Devices like the Aimvein Pro Vein Finder can help reduce these risks.
Private companies and universities among those that may be failing to protect patient confidentiality.
n a recent study published in the journal TrAC Trends in Analytical Chemistry, researchers discussed the current trends, challenges, and future of the deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA)-based sensors in real-time and rapid food contaminants analysis
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