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China focuses on next-generation intranasal COVID-19 vaccines amid rising mutant strains

Several pharmaceutical companies across the world have started working on the inhaled vaccine formulations and China is also developing next-generation intranasal COVID-19 vaccines, says GlobalData....................

C-CAMP, Applied Materials & Biomoneta collaborate for innovative anti-infection biotechnology

The solution uses Biomoneta’s innovative Zebox technology that has revolutionized the concept of air filtration and purification in infection-prone settings such as Intensive Care Units (ICUs)....................

India must prepare for manufacturing millions of low-cost ventilators

The Government of India should constitute a highly empowered task force which will carry out the tasks needed to start the production of the low-cost ventilators at a war-footing, write By Prof. V. Eswaran and Prof. B.S. Murty, Director, IIT Hyderabad.............

Kidney patients are more vulnerable to COVID-19 infections

The patients with damaged kidneys, also known as uremic patients, are particularly vulnerable to infection and may exhibit greater variations in clinical symptoms and infectivity.................

Climate change will add to health burden in India: study

Changing climate is resulting in alterations in temperature, precipitation and humidity, which in turn, is increasing the suitability for transmission of various infectious diseases, a new study has pointed out..............

‘Heal-o-nomics’ organized by BD- India to address the issue of Hospital...

Dr Victor Rosenthal, a distinguished expert on nosocomial infections, discussed the facts of health-economies in HAI prevention................

Scientists develop a better treatment method for fungal infections & Kala...

Kala Azar or black fever is a dangerous and often fatal form of Leishmaniasis, common among the economically underprivileged sections in States like Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal & Uttar Pradesh....................

“Creation of National Blood Authority can address many challenges”

In this exclusive interaction with the BioVoice, Mr Sumit Bagaria, Managing Director and CEO of Hemogenomics, Bengaluru shared details of his organization's work on preventing blood-related infections, the importance of ID-NAT testing, need for policy changes and much more......................

BD-India organizes discussion on ‘Hospital Acquired Infections’

Dr Victor Rosenthal, a distinguished expert on nosocomial infections, discussed the facts of health-economies in Hospital-Acquired Infections prevention, acquired from healthcare facilities through hospital staff, patients, contaminated equipment and linen, among other factors...................

Multiple Sclerosis drug can fight cat borne parasite infections too, find...

The scientists at Delhi University have shown through laboratory studies that teriflunomide, a drug already in use to treat the neuroinflammatory disease called multiple sclerosis, may also help eliminate Toxoplasma gondii, a prevalent protozoan parasite.........