Haemostats are a crucial tool in the medical field, helping to stop bleeding quickly and effectively. In this article, we will explore everything there is to know about haemostats, including the mechanism, types, uses, and safety precautions.
At a time when medical practice and patient care is becoming increasingly reliant on technology, it has become necessary to ensure the quality and reliability of the equipment and gadgets we use.
With the knowledge that light is lighter, sharper and more effective than a scalpel, an increasing number of patients and doctors are starting to prefer laser surgeries to traditional ones wherever possible. Proctology, the speciality that deals with diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting the anus, rectum and colon, is one of the disciplines that has greatly benefitted from the shift to laser treatments.
No other healthcare discipline would have benefited as much as dentistry has from technology that surrounds light. Light cure technology revolutionised dentistry. It enabled the dentist to use photoactive materials in sealants, cements and composites, significantly increasing the scope of dental practice and reducing treatment time.
There are innumerable treatment modalities and medications for the countless number of diseases that exist in the world, but if there is one essential factor of treatment that is common to all the diseases under the sky, it is a good night's sleep! Our bodies heal when they sleep.
If you ask a layman to describe a dentist, they would sum it up in one phrase - 'the teeth doctor'. There is an alarming lack of awareness among the general public on the spectrum of health issues that the dental community protects them from in everyday life.
Teeth are an underappreciated asset of the human body. Not only do they decorate our smiles and add to our beauty but they also anchor our jaws for proper opening and closure helping us communicate as well as bite and chew the food we eat for proper digestion.