International Research Competition 2018

International Research Competition 2018 is organised by AAPI  with DocMode.org as the technology and knowledge partners. Our mission is to find the best case study and research abstract in the field of healthcare and medicine. We believe that case studies and research abstracts  will help bridge the gap between theoretical and practical knowledge. We are…

A Comprehensive Course on Open Angle Glaucoma by ICO presented by DocMode.

Presents This Course by ICO (International Council of Ophthalmology) is designed by DocMode to help resident and practicing ophthalmologists in gaining reasonable understanding of, diagnosis of primary open angle glaucoma and its management. This course intends its participants to gain an insight into a systematic approach to diagnose glaucoma. About this Course Primary Open Angle…

Obesity as a Disease

Many people don’t think of obesity as a disease, but rather as a moral failing. But Dr. Fatima Cody Stanford, instructor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and researcher and practicing physician at the Massachusetts General Hospital Weight Center, points out that obesity is a complex, chronic disease. Stanford’s recent fascinating and informative presentation explains…

Infinite Possibilities : Nano-medicine

The use of nanotechnology in medicine offers some exciting possibilities. Some techniques are only imagined, while others are at various stages of testing, or actually being used today. Nanotechnology in medicine involves applications of nanoparticles currently under development, as well as longer range research that involves the use of manufactured nano-robots to make repairs at…

Atrial Fibrillation Treatment & Management

The cornerstones of atrial fibrillation (AF) management are rate control and anticoagulation and rhythm control for those symptomatically limited by AF. The clinical decision to use a rhythm-control or rate-control strategy requires an integrated consideration of several factors, including degree of symptoms, likelihood of successful cardioversion, presence of comorbidities, and candidacy for AF ablation (eg,…

WHO collaborative research project on drug dependence treatment and HIV/AIDS

Substitution therapy is a long-term approach used to reduce drug (usually opiate) use and the crime, death and disease associated with drug dependence. It seeks to cut down or eliminate drug use by stabilizing drug-dependent persons for as long as required to prevent them from relapsing into previous patterns of drug use and associated harms,…

Empathy Driven Products for Newborns

NeoLight is a medical tech startup developing empathy-driven products for newborn health conditions. Their first device, which received FDA clearance last fall, provides care for infant jaundice, a condition that occurs in 60 percent of infants, globally. The Skylife™ Phototherapy System, is a cutting-edge portable device that treats neonatal jaundice, which affects many newborns worldwide….

Adoption of Applications and Software Technology in Healthcare

Digitalisation has provided various solutions in terms of ease and utility to many sectors and to practicing professionals within those industries like finance, transportation, agriculture etc. The potential benefits of information technology to clinical care is highlighted due to the rising health care costs, aging and increasingly complex patients. Also the rate of research knowledge…

Five Reasons why IT Adoption is slower in the Clinical Environment

  Adoption of Applications and Software Technology (Digitalization and IT)  in Healthcare   Digitalisation has provided various solutions in terms of ease and utility to many sectors and to practicing professionals within those industries like finance, transportation, agriculture etc. The potential benefits of information technology to clinical care is highlighted due to the rising health…

Let Me Take a Selfie : “Snapchat Dysmorphia”

Doctors have spotted a trend of people bringing in their own selfies, usually edited with a smartphone application, and asking to look more like their photos, according to an article recently published in JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery by researchers from Boston University School of Medicine’s Department of Dermatology. The phenomenon is known as “Snapchat dysmorphia,”…

iNutriMon: A DocMode innovation for Planning and Delivery of Feeding

Knowledge of intensive care medicine and skills in critical care has seen a tremendous growth in India in the last 30 years. Medical technology impacts many aspects of healthcare, particularly critical care and encourages innovative ways for data collection,analysis and prediction of treatment and nutrition. Keeping in line with the growth in medical technology, DocMode…