The conference is first of its kind to bring various stakeholders linked to the health sector under one roof to discuss, share and implement innovations in health sector from world over.
The conference covers various aspects of Innovation in healthcare delivery by use of technology and tools like lean and evidence based hospital planning and operations. The conference will be hosted by InnovatioCuris (IC) with the help of collaborators/sponsors.
NABH is happy to announce Interactive Workshop on “Medical Device Safety Guidelines” at Chandigarh on 20th June 2015, inthe series of NABH knowledge workshops.
This workshop introduces best practice guidelines for use and maintenance of medical devices, including selection, management, and assessment. In a time where healthcare technologies particularly the medical devices are finding an important and vital role in healthcare delivery, unsafe practices could not only defy the very purpose of their use but also create hazardous situations. Hence it is important to provide good management, maintenance and assessment eco-systems to the medical equipment. This workshop aims to provide the relevant knowledge to the participants.
The two courses are an Online Live Synchronous Programme with classes taken from international faculty. The programme will help the students to gain in-depth understanding and training in Health Information Technologies. The highlight of our programme is the students needs to have a mandatory research publication in an international peer-reviewed journal under the guidance of highly skilled mentors for the successful completion of the project.
In a major breakthrough, a doctor in Kerala has developed a cheap, effective and eco-friendly medical syringe that can never be reused.
Dr Baby Manoj
“The Peanut Safe Syringe becomes absolutely redundant after its first use. Neither the syringe nor the needle can ever be reused. Scavengers will never be able to collect, repack and sell it in the market,” said Dr Baby Manoj, a radiologist from Kozhikode, who invented the syringe.
The syringe can be used for injection as well as blood aspiration in a single sitting. In other syringe models, separate devices are needed for each procedure.