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Eczema, also referred as dermatitis or atopic dermatitis, is a disease which results in inflammation of the skin. Eczema is characterized by rash, red skin, and itchiness. The area of the skin involved may vary from small to the entire body. Few combination of factors such as genetical factor, abnormal function of immune system, environmental factor, defects in skin barrier, and activities may cause the skin to be extremely sensitive. The types of dermatitis are determined by location of rash, severity, and the patient’s history. This skin condition is most common in children and affects adult population as well. The symptoms of eczema vary from person to person. Dry itchy red skin, skin rashes, bumpy rashes, and blisters are the most common symptoms of the skin disease. The eczema treatment primarily includes steroid creams and moisturizers. In some cases, antibiotics are required if there was skin infection. Diagnosis of eczema is mostly based on physical examination; in few cases, skin biopsy is performed. The eczema treatment aims to control symptoms by reducing inflammation and relieving itching. The treatment includes calcineurin inhibitors, systemic immunomodulators such as cyclosporine, and other options include antihistamines and vitamin derivatives. Recent improvements in the eczema treatment have increased the quality of life of many patients but still large affected population of about 66.3 million patients are left untapped.
Secondary hyperparathyroidism is a disease that affects the parathyroid glands, leading to an increased production of parathyroid hormone (PTH) to maintain normal calcium levels in the blood. The disease is caused by an underlying chronic kidney disease in which the phosphorus in the blood is not cleaned by the kidneys. This excess phosphorus in the blood leads to a decline in calcium levels causing secondary hyperparathyroidism. In the early stages of secondary hyperparathyroidism, the PTH levels are high though the calcium levels are low or normal. The high levels of PTH lead to cardiovascular complications, low blood count, abnormal fat and sugar metabolism, weakening of bones, and calciphylaxis. The other causes of secondary hyperparathyroidism include vitamin D deficiency, vitamin D-resistant rickets, high abnormal levels of magnesium, malnutrition, and gastrointestinal malabsorption syndrome.
Hernia is one of the most common conditions affecting a large population across the world. It has been constantly seeking attention of surgeons, health care providers, and manufacturers of the repair devices for hernia. Increasing incidence rates of hernia has led to establishment of various organizations and societies for the better understanding of the condition and regulating the repair procedures. Hernia is characterized by a protrusion of organs through a weakened section of the abdominal wall. There are various types of hernia depending upon the site affected. The most common types of hernia are inguinal hernia (inner groin), umbilical hernia (belly button), hiatal hernia, and incisional hernia occurring due to an incision. Hernia prostheses is referred as repairing of the hernia, usually with the help of a surgical procedure and use of meshes. The meshes used for hernia prostheses are of different types depending upon the composition, material used, and other physical properties such as tensile strength, weight, stiffness, elasticity, and other parameters.
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Surgical drapes are used to drape a surgical patient to eliminate the risk of surgical site contamination by separating the surgical site from the remaining part of the patient’s body, as well as from non-sterile areas of the surgical table. Surgical drapes provide protection from various sources of contamination growing or originating from within an organism such as skin flora, which is one of the leading causes of surgical site infection.
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Aspergillosis is a medical condition in which infection or allergic reaction is caused due to aspergillus mold which are generally found in the environment. Various types of aspergillosis are allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis, allergic aspergillus sinusitis, aspergilloma, chronic pulmonary aspergillosis, invasive aspergillosis, and cutaneous (skin) aspergillosis. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis affects approximately 15% cystic fibrosis patients, 2.5% asthma and tuberculosis patients. Hence, the aspergillosis treatment market is projected to witness strong growth due to increase in number of cases of aspergillosis and increase in treatment options. Moreover, growing awareness about aspergillosis treatment among the population, rising demand for treatment, increasing incidence of aspergillosis, and improvement in its diagnosis methods propel the aspergillosis treatment market.
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Lens blocker systems are instruments used by optometrists and ophthalmologists across the world to manufacture eye glass lenses or prescription lenses. The lens blocker systems perform the major function of detecting the optical center of the eye glass lenses, and other important functions such as shape, power, and other features of the lenses. These are then mounted in the wearable frames. A prescription lens is made of glass or plastic. It is inserted into frames to correct vision problems faced by people. The manufacturing process of these prescription lenses includes three major steps: blocking, polishing, and beveling. In the blocking stage, the blank glass or plastic lenses are mounted on the blocker systems, which locates and marks the optical center of the blank lens, in order to create a perfectly shaped lens suitable for the wearer. Blocking of the lenses is the most important process in order to manufacture a perfectly shaped optical lens, with desired power and other features.