Currently we are having an opening for Clinical Specialist position for medical devices domain with one of our client.
POSITION DETAILS: –
Job Title: Clinical Specialist
Experience – at least 2 years of experience working in Radiology department in a hospital.
Job Location: Pune
Experience: 2 to 5 yrs. | Opening(s): 1
, maintenance,servicing of medical equipment in Hospital facility
Industry:Medical / Healthcare / Hospitals
Role Category:Site Engineering
Desired Candidate Profile
Education:(UG – B.Tech/B.E. – Biomedical) AND (PG – Post Graduation Not Required) AND ( Doctorate – Any Doctorate – Any Specialization, Doctorate Not Required)
Motivation: Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) has in recent years become a popular treatment for primary tumors in the breast, kidney, liver, and etc. However, traditional approaches of guidance such as ultrasound and computed tomography (CT) fail to provide satisfactory placement precision. Although MRI guidance offers the ability to evaluate the completeness of the RFA, those procedures that are currently done using MRI are performed under “image guidance” rather than “continuous imaging”. The goal of this research is to build a multi-DOF device for breast biopsy/RFA that is MRI compatible and teleoperated with a haptic interface. We envision a “one-sitting procedure”, whereby identification of tumor boundaries, placement of the needle, assessment of placement accuracy, ablation, and assessment of ablation accuracy can be done in one sitting, without removing the patient from the scanner or disrupting tumor location, as shown in Fig. 1.
Professor Balram Bhargava, Cardiologist, All India Institute of Medical Sciences talks to Diptiman Dewan on how India is poised to become the global leader in affordable innovations in healthcare, and why collaborations are the order of the day
How is India poised to lead in the affordable innovations in medical sciences? Any examples to illustrate this?
The Indian mindset is frugal and the innovations done are also frugal. The major concern is to ensure quality and reliability. Once this happens then the battle is won. Some of the classical examples are the Indian Coronary stents and Intraocular lens implants developed in India and being utilised in several countries abroad