medical diagnostics

Despite the massive increase in COVID-19 testing, the reality is that tests are in limited supply. Pharmacies in several cities have implemented a screen to determine who can or cannot get a COVID test.
Though the sciences of microbiology and public health have largely made infectious disease an afterthought for most people in the developed world, microbes have not gone away.
It is estimated that 7.3% of the global adult population has some alterations in their metabolism resulting in hyperglycemia, an increase in blood sugar, not to the range we determine is diabetes, but heading in that direction, the individual with
By Kim Heyes, Manchester Metropolitan University
The advance of machines into medical diagnostics continues. Machines learn based upon a large dataset of images and linked conclusion - information on whether cancer or diabetic retinopathy or some other condition is present.