Medicine & Health
396 Books / subject Medicine & Health
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- Pub. date
- May 2015
- Cornet, R., Stoicu-Tivadar, L., Hörbst, A., Parra Calderón, C.L., Andersen, S.K., Hercigonja-Szekeres, M.
- 210 of Studies in Health Technology and Informatics
- US$319 / €220 / £187
- ISBN print
- Computer Science, Medical Informatics, Medicine & Health
Kidney Cancer is an international multidisciplinary journal to facilitate progress in understanding…read more...
Applied Bionics and Biomechanics is an international, peer reviewed journal of advanced technologica…read more...
Concentrating on molecular biomarkers in cancer research, Cancer Biomarkers publishes original resea…read more...
The new international review, Pharmaceuticals policy and law, appears with the aim of studying and e…read more...
- ISSN print
- US$505 / €400
- 20; 4 issues
- Medicine & Health
Human Antibodies is an international journal designed to bring together all aspects of human hybrido…read more...
June 10, 2020 - Amsterdam, NL – Solar energy is considered by some to be the ultimate solution to address the current energy crisis and global warming and the environmental crises brought about by excessive consumption of fossil fuels. However, this clean and inexhaustible energy source is difficult to capture and store. In a novel study, scientists propose using solar energy to produce hydrogen by splitting water, reports Biomedical Spectroscopy and Imaging.
May 1, 2020 - Ancona, Italy – COVID-19 disease is characterized by serious clinical manifestations which could require urgent hospitalization. Prolonged hospitalization, with catabolism and immobilization, induces a decrease in weight and muscle mass which can result in sarcopenia, a condition that impairs respiratory and cardiac function, worsening the prognosis.
April 7, 2020 - Amsterdam, NL – A study published in Technology and Health Care shows that four leading brands of e-cars do not trigger electromagnetic interference (EMI) with cardiac implantable electronic devices (CIED). CIEDs like pacemakers and defibrillators may malfunction when they are exposed to strong electromagnetic fields (EMF) generated by powerful motors. While rare events, such errors could have serious consequences for patients. With the increasing use of electric-powered vehicles for public and private transport, there is a critical need to assess the potential risks for this population.