Share Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 Read Article Regenerative Aesthetic Medicine Training Institute opens in Delhi News MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” Related Posts Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” By EH News Bureau on January 31, 2018 Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals Offers hands-on training and courses in metabolic nutrition, anti-ageing and aesthetics and cosmetic gynaecology for scientists, doctors, dermatologists and nutritionistsDr Prabhu MishraInstitute for Regenerative Aesthetic Medicine has recently opened in Delhi. It provides researchers, scientists, doctors, dermats and nutritionists an opportunity to hone their skills in regenerative aesthetic medicine through hands-on training and certificates courses.Clients can also undergo regenerative aesthetic procedures for G-spot augmentation, urinary stress incontinence, botox filler peels, keto diet, laser and RF, adipose tissue processing, PRP in infertility, cosmetic gynaecology, PRP liposuction and body countering at the institute.In regenerative aesthetic therapy, stem cells derived from the patient’s, own blood, bone marrow or adipose tissue is administered to rejuvenate body tissues/ cells.The institute will offer training module on metabolic nutrition functional and integrative medicine; anti-ageing and aesthetics, stem cell and regenerative medicine and non-invasive cosmetic gynaecology. The courses have been developed by scientists and clinicians with the aim of advancing research and therapeutics in regenerative aesthetic medicine. There are different courses available and duration varies from two days to six months and the cost from Rs 25,000 – Rs 3,50,000. The institute also has provision for short and long term internships.Talking of the initiative, Dr Prabhu Mishra, stem cell expert and founder of the Cosmostem Institute said, “Regenerative aesthetic medicine is new field which is expanding the frontiers treatment for all kinds of metabolic, autoimmune and lifestyle and aesthetic disorders. We are scientists helping scientists and doctors. Our interactive technical training is up to date with the latest tools and protocols. Our vision is to create a better and healthy world with cellular therapies and regenerative medicines. We aim at leveraging the benefits of cell therapy for good health and anti-aging benefits.” The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story
James Armstrong (pictured) has been appointed Managing Director (MD) of Scania Great Britain. He will take over the role on 1 July from Martin Hay, who is to leave the business at the end of June.James will return to Britain after serving in his current role is as MD of Scania Central Europe Region, where he oversees operations in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary from Prague. Previous roles saw him as MD for Scania in South East Asia and as Services Director for Scania (Great Britain).“I am pleased to be coming back to the UK to take up the role of MD,” he says. “The UK business is one of the largest Scania operations and is very successful, and I intend to continue to lead this operation to further success, working closely to support our customers, our colleagues and our Independent network.“I spent several years in the UK as Services Director, so I look forward to connecting with former colleagues and observing how the business has continued to transform. Scania (Great Britain) has an important agenda ahead with a key focus on sustainability, investing in electrification and driving the shift towards offering more sustainable transport solutions.”
Anritsu has successfully completed testing of GCT Semiconductor’s 4G LTE-Advanced chip, GDM7243Q, using the MD8430A signaling tester with Rapid Test Designer (RTD). GCT Semiconductor is a supplier of advanced 4G mobile semiconductor solutions. The GDM7243Q is an dvanced FDD-TDD LTE chip with the world’s first 4X4 MIMO carrier aggregation for LTE.4×4 Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) involves the use of four transmit antennas at the LTE base station, and four receiver antennas inside the user equipment (UE) device, in order to increase spectral efficiency, achieve higher data throughout and improve coverage. Anritsu’s MD8430A is an LTE signaling tester that can simulate a base station with up to eight transmit antennas. The engineering team at GCT used the MD8430A controlled by RTD software to transmit at up to 300 Mbps over a 4×4 MIMO connection, and were able to verify that their chip could reliably sustain the connection over an extended period of time.