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30 May 2012

Frankfurt School of Finance and Management

Frankfurt School of Finance & Management is a leading private business school based in Frankfurt. All courses offered by the Frankfurt School have three aspects in common: high standards, diversity…

10 Nov 2012

Confidence grows in telemedicine

The global market for telehealth and telemedicine, estimated at $13.2 billion in 2011, is expected to exhibit a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 14% from 2011-18 to exceed $32.5…

27 Aug 2009

Delivering a Safe H1N1 Vaccine

As the race to find a vaccine to quash the swell of H1N1 (swine) influenza cases draws closer to the finish line, governments around the world are left with more…

28 Feb 2009

Growth and Maturity in Asia

The medical imaging industries in the Asia Pacific region are expected to grow at a very fast pace, while major global markets mature. Countries that are receptive to advanced medical…

28 Feb 2007

Mixed Fortunes

The major healthcare sectors have seen considerable change in recent years, many of them affected by technological advances, privatisation and the growth of geographical markets that previously had poor economic…

13 Mar 2011

Rays of Hope: The Mammography Equipment Market

Mammography equipment uses low-dose X-rays to create high-contrast and high resolution images of the internal structures of the breasts. These images, known as mammograms, are used to diagnose tumours or…

27 Mar 2012

Indian hospital chain to expand network by 2014

HealthCare Global Enterprise (HCG) in India has announced plans to invest Rs1bn ($19.04m) to expand its network to 40 centres by 2014.HCG plans to open four to five facilities in…

15 Feb 2010

Hospitals In The Emerging Market

The hospital market in Brazil Despite the fact that hospital expenditure consumes more than two thirds of the Brazilian Government's entire healthcare budget, the quality and efficiency of the nation's…

07 Oct 2009

New Order for Change

The world economic order is changing as the centre for industry activities rapidly moves from West to East – and the healthcare sector is no exception. As the populations of…

10 Apr 2008

The Cure That Kills

A hospitalised patient becomes agitated and tries to remove the intravenous (IV) catheters in his arm. Several hospital staff members struggle to restrain the patient. During the struggle, an IV…

11 Jul 2018

Air pollution and the risk of diabetes

Previous studies have shown that air pollution is associated with an increased risk of a number of non-communicable diseases such as cardiovascular disease, pulmonary disease, and kidney disease. Particulate matter…