Quick Contact

Do not fill this field
Verification Code

Monthly Archives: August 2014

Antipsychotic Medications Reduce the Rate of Violent Crime by Patients with Psychiatric Disorders, Suggests Study

Antipsychotic Medications Reduce the Rate of Violent Crime by Patients with Psychiatric Disorders, Suggests Study

Antipsychotic medications and mood stabilizing drugs are typically prescribed for patients with psychiatric disorders to ameliorate symptoms, decrease the potential for a relapse and avoid the need for hospitalization. Now, a group of researchers in the UK and Sweden have found that antipsychotic and mood stabilizing medications can reduce the rates of violent crimes by … Continue reading Antipsychotic Medications Reduce the Rate of Violent Crime by Patients with Psychiatric Disorders, Suggests Study

FDA Nod for the Use of Omidria During Cataract Surgery

FDA Nod for the Use of Omidria During Cataract Surgery

In May 2014, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the use of Omidria™ (phenylephrine and ketorolac injection) 1%/0.3%, a product from Omeros Corporation during cataract surgery or intraocular lens replacement (ILR) in order to maintain pupil size by preventing intraoperative miosis (pupil constriction) and to reduce postoperative pain. With this, Omidria became the … Continue reading FDA Nod for the Use of Omidria During Cataract Surgery

Infectious Diseases Still a Threat to U.S. Public Health

Infectious Diseases Still a Threat to U.S. Public Health

A recent report published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reveals that infectious diseases (ID) still remain a threat to U.S. public health despite the control measures taken. Several measures were taken by the CDC as a part of infection control in healthcare facilities including prevention strategies for seasonal influenza, tuberculosis infection … Continue reading Infectious Diseases Still a Threat to U.S. Public Health

Decoding and Recording Facial Expressions

Decoding and Recording Facial Expressions

Can the vast range of our facial expressions be recorded for the computer to understand? Well, researchers are trying for sure and they could be nearly there. A Ohio State University research team has apparently managed to teach computers to understand 21 various human emotions from corresponding facial expressions. Experts have always sought to decode … Continue reading Decoding and Recording Facial Expressions

Home | About MTS | Contact Us

MTS: A Managed Outsource Solutions Service
Copyright © 2017 MTS. All Rights Reserved. Website Design by MOS SEO