As coronavirus is spreading faster around the globe, the system needs some parallel therapies to cure patients and one such therapy is Plasma therapy.
Mental health encompasses cognitive and emotional wellbeing. As per the WHO, mental health is a state of wellbeing in which an individual can cope up with day to day stress of life and can work productively. Many factors contribute to a person’s mental health, including Biological, life trauma, and family history. Growing cases of anxiety, depression, and suicide have increased concerns regarding mental health worldwide; therefore, augmenting demand for mental health pharmaceuticals and related therapies. For instance, mental and neurological disorders account for 10% of the global disease burden, the WHO.
Tattoos is a form of human expression for centuries. However, the trend of getting inked began in the last decade. It is a design made by inserting ink, dyes, and pigments, either indelible or temporary, into the dermis layer of the skin to change the pigment. Though nowadays, there is a popular trend of getting a tattoo, which gives rise to aftercare tattoo products such as moisturizers, wax, lotions, balms, soaps, ointments, and soothing gels. These have given rise to many more companies offering new differentiation of tattoo products.
Bacillus Calmette‐Guérin (BCG) vaccine is the only vaccine available for the prevention of tuberculosis (TB). This vaccine is generally administered to children at birth in countries with high incidence of TB. However, in low incidence regions, only children at high risk are typically immunized, whereas adults are generally not immunized. However, adults (up to the age of 35) who are frequently exposed to drug-resistant TB may also be given BCG vaccine.
Tissue engineering is a technique, which is used as a combination of material methods and cells. Also, this technique follows the physicochemical and biochemical factors to replace and improve the biological tissues. It is an exciting strategy that works on the scaffolds, stem cells, regenerative medicine and growth factors or negotiators either in isolation or in combination. The technique uses molecular and cellular methods to combine with material engineering principles to restore tissue surgically.