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The Future Of The Home Healthcare Equipment Market To 2016 – Market Forecasts, Competitive Landscape

August 10, 2015

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GBI Researchs report, The Future of the Home Healthcare Equipment Market to 2016 – Increasing Awareness Driving Demand provides key data, information and analysis on the global home healthcare equipment market. The report provides market landscape, competitive landscape and market trends information on seven home healthcare equipment market segments glucose monitoring systems, insulin delivery devices, inhalation systems, hematology rapid tests, automatic sphygmomanometers and remote patient monitoring. The report provides comprehensive information on the key trends affecting these categories, and key analytical content on the market dynamics. The report also reviews the competitive landscape, key pipeline products and technology offerings.

This report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GBI Researchs team of industry experts.

Scope
Key geographies covered include the US (United States), Canada, the UK (United Kingdom), Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Japan, China, India, Australia, and Brazil.
Market size and company share data for seven home healthcare equipment market categories glucose monitoring systems, insulin delivery devices, inhalation systems, hematology rapid tests, automatic sphygmomanometers and remote patient monitoring.
Annualized market revenues data from 2002 to 2009, forecast forward for 7 years to 2016. Company shares data for 2008
Qualitative analysis of key market trends, market drivers, and restraints by each category within the home healthcare equipment market.
The report also covers information on the leading market players, the competitive landscape, and the leading pipeline products and technologies.

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Facts About Acupuncture London

July 26, 2015

Acupuncture London is feared by many people because the thought of being placed with a dozen needles or more can seem painful and excruciating. But the truth is, acupuncture is one ancient practice that can be traced to Asia and has been used for thousands of years. Today, acupuncture is practiced in many parts of the world including the west. The thought of needles around the body can be really intimidating for most people but studies done in China and the US have shown how most people often confuse the feeling of Qi (read as chi) with pain.

First of all, we must understand that acupuncture is done with pins and not needles. Pins are small, thin solid pieces of metals that may look like needles but it is thinner which we can compared to a strand of hair and is very flexible. These pins are also solid and are sterilized to keep them clean and are not painful compared to a needle. The needles that we know of like those used in giving injections are hollow inside so that the drug to be administered can pass through or in other cases blood or other liquids may be extracted from the body.

As for the pain or Qi, pain is a painful sensation whereas Qi gives a tingling sensation and a little pressure but not pain or discomfort. In fact,Qi can be really relaxing and there are parts of the body that can feel heavy or light. Some people feel so relaxed about it that they end up falling asleep. If you are interested in acupuncture but is hesitant, it would give you comfort and assurance to only have it done by someone who has been extensively trained for four years and in some cases even undergo an 18-month internship.

Acupuncture when done by a professional and done in the right way is definitely not painful at all. For numerous centuries, countries such as India and Japan have been promoting this type of service. Most of the people who have been known to have been suffering from back pain or migraines have always benefited from getting acupuncture therapy.

The success rate of people who have received a great change towards the pain they are receiving after getting an acupuncture is something not to be missed. As a matter of fact, the Denver acupuncture research center have reported that acupuncture done by a licensed acupuncturist has shown 70% or greater success rate in alleviating pain by 50% better.

Acupuncture has been used lately for weight loss London. It has yet to be studied as to how weight loss can be achieved by acupuncture but still several people are starting to use it already. Osteopathy London is also one of the latest forms of therapy that is meant to cure chronic pain caused by any injury related to sports so if you are interested in using something else to fight pain apart from acupuncture you may also give osteopathy a try.

Traditional Acupuncture and Moxibustion

June 10, 2015

One of the most sought-acupuncture materials for patients and physicians used by specialists to treat problems related to body cooling is moxibustion. Moxibustion is one of the auxiliary materials in the acupuncture treatment of muscle pain, respiratory problems, cooling the body or only to accelerate the movement or flow of energy through the channels or acupuncture points where the needles have been placed. The story begins in Eastern moxibustion before the onset of acupuncture needles, where it was used to treat diseases of the body related to or caused by damp weather. With the emergence of acupuncture needles, moxa became the perfect complement to practice today, along with many other materials of acupuncture (such as point detectors and stimulators, etc…) Make the ancient practice easier and successful. The moxa are made from a plant called mugwort or mugwort leaves are dried and are given in the form of cigarette or cigar. It is part of the materials used acupuncture in China, Vietnam, Japan, Korea, Tibet and Mongolia. By burning may be used close to the patient’s skin, or milled and used directly onto the acupuncture needles. The moxa is used individually or as auxiliary materials for heating acupuncture points on the body areas and in order to stimulate the circulatory system. It is effective against colds, muscle cooling and evidence that helps the fetus head fits when it is granted. The moxa is used, along with the acupuncture needles to treat diseases in the pelvic area and uterus, for the treatment of chronic diseases, conditions of extreme weakness. The moxa is lit on the acupuncture points, which may or may not be stimulated by acupuncture needles. The moxa may be used directly on the skin, using a barrier that prevents damage thereon, using a layer on the skin to avoid ginger blisters, passing on the points to be stimulated. Another use of moxa, is to use it with acupuncture needles inserted into the skin (such as acupuncture auxiliary material), is passed over the point moxa heating the skin and circulating energy in the desired direction. It is important to be extremely careful with the use of moxa in both cases, as it can cause burns to the skin or hair around the area worked. If the moxa heat is very intense, should be withdrawn immediately, and should be applied to clean, dry skin. As with any traditional medical treatment, alternative, using the technique of moxibustion. Whether used individually or as auxiliary material acupuncture, should take into account that must be applied by a specialist prior diagnosis of disease.