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Sameer P. Sethi

What is vital for Medical Diagnostics Imaging Systems?

Some people today believe medical diagnostic displays are merely monitors, but this isn’t the case. These displays are some of the most crucial and powerful tools utilized in medicine today. An individual must know a bit about how they are employed in order to speak intelligently on the topic, and why they are different from

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Sameer P. Sethi

Purpose-built Healthcare with Medical IT

The medical industry has always had a powerful incentive to optimize efficiency by integrating new technologies into care. Better efficiency lowers operating costs and mistakes and also increases positive results. It is logical that information technologies (IT) have been readily embraced by the medical community over the past several years, with their almost limitless capacity

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Medical Council
Sameer P. Sethi

Product Development as it relates to CMC

When navigating preliminary product development strategies, searching for early guidance from regulators can be invaluable. Nevertheless, the task of seeking approval from the FDA can be extremely tough. It has become crucial to get your relationship with the FDA off to a solid start from day one. The FDA admits that through Pre-IND meetings, CMC-specific

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Telehealth – Medical doctor recording video instructions for patient
Sameer P. Sethi

Six essential components for building a successful telehealth infrastructure

When building their telehealth infrastructure, understanding the 6 contributing factors and how they affect telehealth expansion can help health care organizations make informed decisions. Organizations must evaluate the six essential components of any successful telehealth infrastructure to be able to make a fluid infrastructure. These components comprise of seamless integrations of all of the necessary

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Elderly woman taking care of an elderly man
Sameer P. Sethi

An Aging Population during COVID

The race is rising across the globe to come up with Covid-19 vaccines and therapeutics and finish a pandemic that threatens to infect a considerable section of the world’s inhabitants and possibly kill countless people, particularly older adults. Just as billions of dollars flow to research and development efforts geared toward controlling the virus, this

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Medical science researcher performing test in laboratory
Sameer P. Sethi

Using LIBS to ID Inorganic and Metal Particles

The existence of both observable and subvisible particulate matter can pose risks during the whole biologic drug development, packaging, and delivery process. A lot of sources of possible particulate contamination exist. Inherent particles, similar to protein aggregates, originate from the formula itself. Substantial contamination risks may also stem from intrinsic sources such as filter fibers

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Telehealth
Sameer P. Sethi

How to Build a Succesful Telehealth Infrastructure

Telehealth is poised for exponential growth, with a projected market value of $3.5 billion by 2020. As they grow, fueled by reimbursement and demographic changes, healthcare organizations need to have a clear vision of the goals of their telehealth infrastructure. Where care occurs, a successful telehealth system must have flexible components that integrate with existing

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Scientific background in vibrant neon colors, purple, blue and turquoise
Sameer P. Sethi

Developing a CMC Strategy

The principal reason that a biotech company fails is rarely due to bad products, unsuccessful biotech firms usually fail for the same reason that lots of businesses fail: They do not have a strong strategic development plan (SDP). The problem can typically be traced to a failure to accommodate changing business needs and evolving regulations

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NICU Ventilation Training
Sameer P. Sethi

NICU Ventilation Training with Lung Simulators

In treating preterm and term-born infants, invasive and non-invasive mechanical ventilation is one of the cornerstones. Though respiratory support contributes to the survival and long-term wellbeing of the infants it is also associated with many complications including pulmonary hemorrhage, air leak syndrome, chronic lung disease, bronchopulmonary dysplasia, etc.. Consequently, training in mechanical ventilation for physicians

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Automated Analysis Toxicology Reporting
Sameer P. Sethi

Automated Analysis in Toxicology Screens

Drug abuse is an international health problem which incurs costs, both to humans and the law. In a lot of countries, programs and legal sentences have been created to help drug users in returning to society as a responsible and healthy person and escaping their addiction. Drug screening is a crucial element for tracking compliance

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