The telegraph and the telephone were the precursors of modern telemedicine. Doctors could talk to each other over long distances. The space program made great advances in the technology over even greater distances. Then along came the internet and telemedicine was up and running.
Quantitative, volumetrically accurate blood microsampling technology is an indisputable boon for scientists, researchers, and the entire field of health and wellness. And it also makes life easier for organ transplant patients and their families. The experience of one family in England illustrates how.
Pediatricians, hospital lab directors, and others in the field of pediatrics are devoted to driving forward the best innovations in medical care for children, those who constitute the future of humanity and of our society. Here are some of the innovations just around the bend, expected to revolutionize the field of pediatrics.
Some of the most interesting and groundbreaking research in healthcare - particularly in the field of pediatrics - emerges from children's hospitals. Here are some exciting pediatrics projects underway at some of the best children's hospitals around the globe.
Microsampling opens new possibilities in the realm of drug testing, such as our breakthrough work with Alcala Labs. These range from new options in fighting the opioid crisis to exciting new realms of research in pediatrics that may improve conditions for children classified on the autism spectrum.
Those who are unfamiliar with medicine and healthcare often believe common myths. Some such myths haunt the pediatrics department. The following are some of the common myths you may come across in pediatric medicine that turn out to be untrue.