Are you suffering from varicose veins?If so, you may wonder how to treat varicose veins.There’s a lot of faulty medical advice out there.If you ask family members or random sources on the internet, they may recommendfinding a varicose veins surgeon.However, you must never consult a varicose veins surgeon to treat varicose veins.Sure, in the past, vascular surgery was the only treatment option available, even though procedures like vein stripping had a high risk of complications.
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Chevron, the nation's second-largest oil company, runs an in-house venture fund with $350 million in investments.  The fund's president told Business Insider that its investments were split between companies that support oil and gas production and those falling within the umbrella of clean energy.  Chevron is not ditching oil anytime soon, which is reflected in its venture bets. But it's also backing riskier breakthrough tech, including fusion. On Wednesday, the fund announced that it was investing in the fusion upstart Zap Energy.  For more stories like this, sign up here for our weekly energy newsletter, Power Line. On Wednesday, Chevron, the nation's second-largest oil company, made a surprising announcement: The company said it would invest in fusion energy, placing a bet of an undisclosed size on the startup Zap Energy.  Fusion, the same process that powers the sun, is about as far as you can get from oil drilling. At first glance, it's also an unusual investment for a company that reaffirmed its commitment to fossil fuels as recently as July, amid a pandemic that sent the price of crude oil into a downward tailspin. "We'll find ways to make oil and gas more efficient, more environmentally benign," Chevron CEO Mike Wirth said at the Texas Oil & Gas Association's virtual energy summit last month. "It will be a part of the mix, just as biomass and coal are still enormous parts of the mix today." Click here to subscribe to Power Line, Business Insider's weekly energy newsletter. Chevron's investment in Zap Energy is one of more than 90 bets the oil giant has made through its venture arm, Chevron Technology Ventures (CTV). And that it is wildly different from the company's main business is part of the point, Barbara Burger, the president of the fund, said. CTV has $350 million in investments. Burger, a chemist by trade and one of the few female executives in the oil industry, said Chevron bets on companies in two broad categories, which it calls core and future. On a video call Thursday, she told us what kinds of technologies fall into those buckets — and what they mean for Chevron's role in the energy transition. From fracking to nuclear fusion Like most corporate venture funds, CTV is set up as a sort of external research and development unit. And considering that Chevron remains bullish on oil, it's not surprising that a large portion of the fund is focused on oil and gas, or what it calls "core" companies. Read more: BP just shared a huge strategy update after posting a $17 billion loss. See the 6 key slides that map out the oil giant's future. "We believe oil and gas are going to be a part of the energy system" for a long time, Burger said. Core investments center around three themes, she said: operational enhancements, or getting more out of the oil field; digitization, such as to promote remote operations; and reducing the carbon intensity of the oil and gas the company produces.  "We look for technologies that we can use in Chevron," she said. The remaining investments fall within Chevron's future fund, and they look completely different. The company uses it to explore different kinds of energy, and it seems to be a sort of insurance policy so the company isn't left behind in the energy transition.   "We use our investments as really early options to understand the pathways Chevron could take as the energy system transitions," Burger said. "Some of them might have direct intersection with Chevron right now, and some won't."  The oil giant has made bets on a wide variety of clean-energy firms, from the electric-vehicle-charging company ChargePoint to Natron Energy, a startup developing sodium-ion batteries.  "We wanted to understand how money gets made in that value chain," Burger said of CTV's ChargePoint investments. Then there's fusion, considered a high-risk, high-reward energy source that's largely untested at a commercial scale. Burger, for one, thinks it has a place within the future energy system because it can generate a lot of electricity without the problem of intermittency — and it's clean. Fusion energy can also provide other services beyond electricity, such as desalinization, hydrogen gas, and steam, according to Chevron.  The company's undisclosed investment in Zap Energy, a Seattle startup, is Chevron's first investment in the technology. The European oil giants Eni and Equinor have invested in the fusion-energy startup Commonwealth Fusion Systems. Chevron lags behind some of its peers Relative to its European peers, Chevron has invested little in clean energy, according to data from the research firm Wood Mackenzie. The company has also yet to set a net-zero emissions-reduction target like BP, Shell, and Total. Chevron has committed to targets for reducing the carbon intensity — or the carbon per unit of energy — of the oil and gas it produces and, Burger said, those targets are tied to the bonuses of every employee in the company. Read more: Top oil companies invested $9 billion in clean energy deals since 2016. We ranked the 6 biggest spenders. "We look at it in different time horizons, and our energy transition starts in our core business and decarbonizing," Burger said. "And so we believe oil and gas are going to be a part of the energy system. And we know it needs to be lower carbon."Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: The rise and fall of Donald Trump's $365 million airline
Peripheral Artery Disease Market Research Report: By Disease Type (Organic and Functional), Treatment Type (Medications, Angioplasty, Bypass Grafting, Atherectomy, Thrombolytic Therapy and others), End User (Hospitals & Clinics, Research & Academic Institutes and others) and Region (Americas, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Middle East & Africa) – Forecast till 2025.Increased global prevalence of artery diseases has fuelled the demand for peripheral artery disease market.Market Research Future (MRFR) in its latest report reveals that the global peripheral artery diseases market will exhibit a healthy CAGR during between 2017 and 2023.Atherosclerosis in associated with hardening of plaque that trigger clot formation in arteries, leading to their blockage.Global demand for peripheral artery disease treatment has grown substantially in recent years.Availability of superior treatment and therapeutics for peripheral artery disease has reflected favourably on the market.Factors such as influx of fake drug, high risk oh infection and severe side-effects associated with treatment options somewhat derail the market growth.Browse Complete Report : https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/reports/peripheral-artery-disease-market-1540Global Peripheral Artery Disease Market: Segmental AnalysisThe segment analysis of the market has been conducted based on devices, drugs, and types of diseases.On the basis of devices, the market has been segmented into atherectomy devices, angioplasty balloon catheters, stents and others.Based of types of diseases, the market has been segmented into lymphedema, blood clotting disorders, atherosclerosis and other.Global Peripheral Artery Disease Market: Regional AnalysisRegions covered in the report include Europe, the Middle East & Africa (MEA), Asia Pacific (APAC), and North America.
Market Scenario:Although breast cancer is common in women, even men suffer from the same.Men who have suffered from cancer before and undergone radiation therapy are at a high risk of suffering from male breast cancer.The rising geriatric population and an increasingly obese population resulting in high levels of estrogen in males are expected to drive the growth of the market during the forecast period.According to an article published by the National Cancer Institute in April 2018, most of the men who suffer from breast cancer are 60 to 70 years old.On the other hand, lack of knowledge of the disease and high cost of treatment may hinder the growth of the market during the forecast period.The global male breast cancer treatment market is expected to grow slowly at a CAGR of ~ 3.6% during the forecast period from 2018 to 2023.Male breast cancer is caused when the breast tissues of males start growing out of control and become cancerous.Numerous factors such as increasing obese population and growing geriatric population are expected to drive the growth of the market.For instance, in July 2017, the Bristol-Myers Squibb Company announced a broad clinical collaboration with Clovis Oncology for evaluating the combination of cancer drugs Nivolumab and Rucaparib in Phase 2 and Phase 3 clinical trials in multiple tumor types.Moreover, favorable healthcare expenditures boost the growth of the market.
This story is part of Black Ballad’s takeover of HuffPost UK, a week-long series by Black women on parenting, family, and our post-Covid future.When I tell people I found the sperm donor for my child on social media, they visibly cringe. It’s only when I take the time to explain the shortage of Black donors in sperm banks that their judgement starts to wane. I went through the process three years ago, but it’s sad to see that since then, little has changed. I approached finding a donor much like online dating. To optimise my chances, I selected a bank that boasted being Britain’s “largest provider of donor sperm”. I made a list of traits I’d like the donor to have – and a few dealbreakers. I wanted a donor who was Black like me, because I’d be raising the child alone and didn’t think I’d be able to provide the right support for the child’s other culture. The sperm bank’s website invited me to filter my search according to race, hair colour, eye colour, and height. When I selected Black for race and pressed enter, I was told that “unfortunately”, my search didn’t come up with any options. Hoping this was an issue with that particular bank, I tried two other British sperm banks – but the result was equally disappointing.One bank came back to me with two potential donors. I rang a few days later to ask for more information, but one of them was no longer available as he’d met the 10-family limit each donor is allowed to create. The other had requested his sperm only be given to heterosexual couples so, as a single woman looking for a donor, I wasn’t eligible.Related... I'm A Black Mum Who Gave Birth During Covid-19. I've Never Felt More Vulnerable I had no choice but to widen my search to Europe. Many American banks aren’t compliant with the British Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) regulations and can’t be used by our clinics, but I was surprised by the many options for Black donors available at Danish sperm banks.Their detailed profiles included psychological assessments, voice notes from the donor and childhood photos. I selected a donor and immediately began the process. But, I soon realised it was significantly more expensive to buy sperm from Denmark (£2,000 - £2,800 as opposed to £850 - £1,150).After my two rounds of IVF, I couldn’t afford to continue the process. This is how I ended up looking for a donor elsewhere.Private donation isn’t recommended by the HFEA, but I had no other options. I visited donor introduction sites and found the same lack of choice – or that donors were looking to co-parent. When I put my dilemma to other single mothers I followed on social media, they suggested looking for a sperm donor group on Facebook.There, I found a niche group for Black donors where women openly discussed their experiences – calling out deceitful donors, for example. After months of lurking, I saw a profile of a donor I liked and was able to chat to a mother who’d used him to conceive her daughter before starting the process with him.Related... Sharmadean Reid Is Fighting For A Workplace That Actually Works For Mums I was lucky – this private process is still high risk. These donors don’t always have the full medical work-up of a clinical donor. Tests for sexually transmitted diseases can be arranged, but genetic screening and psychological evaluations are difficult to organise.Certain sexually transmitted infections, such as HIV, may not be detected initially if tested at the wrong time – with a sperm bank, the sample would be frozen and only released when a second test confirmed no infection. Those using informal donors are often using fresh sperm and don’t have this luxury. The limited choice of properly processed sperm donors has led many women to look to high-risk sources.When choosing these risky options, women and their future children are also opened up to uncertain future relationships and potential legal battles. Not all men offering to donate are sincere and several women who have written about this on online forums have found themselves in uncomfortable situations when they meet their donor to collect the sample. The shame and secrecy associated with the use of unregulated websites adds to the blanket of silence. The population of the UK is 13 times bigger than Denmark (67 million versus five million) and the proportion of immigrants is similar (8% and 10% respectively), but there has been little research done to understand why there are so few Black donors in the UK, compared to Denmark, and what can be done to motivate men to donate their sperm. This lack of research continues to expose women, particularly Black women and their children, to unnecessary risks. Nor can we continue to rely on Denmark for Black donors when it’s unclear how Brexit will affect customs and trade.A homegrown solution is required now, more than ever.This article was commissioned for HuffPost UK by Black Ballad, the lifestyle platform that tells stories of human experience through the eyes of Black British women and elevates their voices. If you would like to read more, become a Black Ballad member to get unlimited access to content, events and discounts, and to connect to its community of like-minded women.Related... Why Black Ballad Is Taking Over HuffPost UK A Shortage of Sperm Donors: The Brexit Dilemma We Didn't See Coming 'Infertility Doesn't Discriminate' So Why Are Women Of Colour Suffering In Silence? Revealed: The Shocking Healthcare Racism Endangering Black Mothers
When you wash with soap and water you remove dirt and grime as well as the bad bacteria living there which has very little effect on your immune system.Hand sanitisers should be used when soap and water are not available not instead of them, especially in high risk areas or when encountering situations where you may come into contact with viruses or people who are possible carriers of viruses
Market Scenario: Blood Testing is a laboratory analysis technique that is performed based on the blood sample taken from patient's body through a finger prick or syringes to determine the state of the health.These tests are affordable and are commonly performed in hospitals and clinics as a primary checkup for identifying any mild to serious ailments which influence the growth of the Blood Testing market.The Global market for Blood Testing is expected to grow at a CAGR of approximately 5.5% during 2017 to 2023.Key Players:The global blood Testing market growth is led by some of the fervent players including Baxter International (US), Abbott Laboratories Inc. (US), Gen-Probe, Inc. (US), Becton Dickinson & Company (US), Novartis Diagnostics (US), Biomerica, Inc. (US), Cepheid Corporation (US), Meridian Bioscience, Inc. (US), Trinity Biotech (US), Siemens Healthcare (Germany), Bio-Rad Laboratories Inc. (US), Grifols (Spain), bioMérieux (France), Nanosphere Inc. (US), Roche Diagnostics (Switzerland), Bruker Corporation (US), Alere Inc. (US), Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. (US) Cardinal Health (US), Beckman Coulter (US), Danaher Corporation (US), and Trividia Health (US)Industry, Innovation & Related NewsSeptember 07, 2018 – Scientists in Australia published their study of a novel blood test they have developed in the JCI Insight Journal.The new blood test that can potentially identify whether a person who had a heart attack in the past is at high risk of having another one.RevDx is meant for anyplace without reliable access to a lab, electricity or Internet connection.Market DriversGrowing incidents of chronic diseases and conditions such as cancer, diabetes, heart disease along with the organ failure cases drive the demand for blood testing in multiplications.Also, great technological strides being made in electronic monitoring devices and substantial investments transpired into R activities are in turn, paying off well, expanding the market size.Additional factors supporting the market growth include the ever-increasing population that is getting inclined towards the sedentary lifestyle and urbanization.
Pharmacovigilance Market was valued US$ XX Bn in 2018 and is expected to reach US$ XX Bn by 2026, at CAGR of XX% during forecast period of 2019 to 2026.Pharmacovigilance Market Drivers and Restrains:Pharmacovigilance is a scientific discipline, which is conducted in real time to ensure that early identification of safety signals.The pharmacovigilance markets are driven by factors such as increasing consumption of drugs, rising adoption of outsourcing services, rise in the cases of adverse drug reactions and drug toxicity would boost demand for pharmacovigilance activities.However, high risk associated with data security in pharmacovigilance outsourcing and lack of availability of skilled labors are restraining the market growth at global level.Leading pharma companies in urbanized countries are focusing on outsourcing PV service in an attempt to reduce cost and to minimize operational expenses are anticipated to provide an opportunity for contact research organizations in emerging regions to gain more revenue share.The report study has analyzed revenue impact of covid-19 pandemic on the sales revenue of market leaders, market followers and disrupters in the report and same is reflected in our analysis.Pharmacovigilance Market Segmentation Analysis:Based on the clinical trial phase, the pharmacovigilance market has been segmented into Pre-clinical, Phase I, Phase II, Phase III and Phase IV.North America held the largest share of the Pharmacovigilance market in 2018 due to increased death rates because of adverse drug reactions (ADRs) and rise in patient fears regarding safety of medicinal products.According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), around XX deaths caused by ADRs in the U.S., which are counted among the top ten leading causes of death in the country.
Every Monday we’ll answer your questions on Covid-19 and health in a feature published online. You can submit a question here. This week, HuffPost UK reader Jo asked: As Covid-19 spreads through water droplets, how can swimming pools possibly be safe?Swimming pools are back open in parts of the UK – but some people are sceptical of whether it’s safe to use them. So, what’s the deal?During the peak of the virus, no cases were reported of Covid-19 spreading in swimming pools or through water. But that doesn’t mean it’s without risks. “The risk is not from the SARS-CoV-2 virus surviving and transmitting through the water per se,” says Dr Julian Tang, associate professor in respiratory sciences at the University of Leicester. “The water itself, with the standard bleach or other detergent-based disinfectants, will be effective in killing this virus – it is lipid-enveloped and fragile.”The risk really occurs above the water, he says, from swimmers chatting at the end of their lanes when they’re within typical conversational distances of 0.5m to 1m. This is because the main route the virus spreads is in droplets propelled into the air when a person speaks, coughs, sings, sneezes or laughs.Submit a coronavirus health question to HuffPost UK.Professor Vincenzo Romano Spica is an expert in public health from the University of Rome and one of the lead authors of a paper on swimming pool safety during Covid-19. He tells HuffPost UK he believes it’s safe to go swimming – and he would feel comfortable going swimming himself, in Italy, where he lives.Chlorinated pools are considered safest, as they’re maintained and regularly disinfected, which can help to deactivate the virus. The World Health Organisation (WHO) suggests “swimming in a well-maintained, properly chlorinated pool is safe”.That said, there are some other key risk factors to think about first. Are cases in your area rising?A key thing to consider before reaching for your goggles is how many people in your local area (or the area where you plan to swim) have Covid-19.In places where cases are rising and lockdowns are being enforced, swimming pools would be more risky to visit than areas where there are a handful of cases. You can find out how many cases are in your local area.In Italy and other European countries where incidence is low, Prof Romano Spica believes it’s safe to swim. But in parts of the USA, India and other areas where outbreaks are emerging or present, it’s a no-go.Related... Coronavirus Is A Minefield. We’ll Help You Understand It. How busy is the pool?WHO recommends people avoid crowded swimming pools and keep at least one metre away from people who sneeze or cough. Among epidemiologists, two metres is still considered to be the optimum distance. Crowding and personal distancing are key factors, more than water, says Prof Romano Spica, so the emptier the pool is, the better. Under UK government guidance, leisure facilities should ensure an appropriate number of people are allowed in the swimming pool at any one time.How close are you to other swimmers?“It’s possible that exposure may occur in adjacent lanes if swimmers are too close together,” says Dr Tang. He offers the example of an infected swimmer coming to the surface and exhaling strongly before taking their next breath, just as another swimmer comes the other way and passes them, inhaling strongly before their next stroke. There would be potential to breathe in the virus.“But the frequency of this type of encounter would be rare,” he points out, “and if the lanes are wider and each swimmer stays within the middle of their lane, this reduces the transmission risk further as this is effectively a form of social distancing.”Related... Here's Some Serious Pool Porn To Get You Through The Heatwave What is the pool used for?Find out what the pool is used for before you decide to visit. If, for instance, the pool is used for exercise and sport, there’s likely to be greater physical distancing (as there’ll hopefully be lanes in place) and not as many people using it. It’s also less likely there’ll be bodily fluids knocking around than, say, a pool on holiday. But on the other hand, pools that form part of residential complexes or are aimed at allowing people of different ages to sunbathe, refresh, play and socialise, can often result in overcrowded conditions, which would pose more of a risk. There’s also more of a chance that people will be shouting and laughing – both of which can spread the virus to people nearby.Indoor vs outdoor pools – which is best?HuffPost UK reader Brian asked whether it’s safe to go swimming in indoor pools. In the UK it’s deemed safe to swim in indoor pools, which opened at the end of July. But outdoor pools are considered safer.“Outdoor pools have the advantage of sunlight and wind to destroy the virus and/or blow it away before it reaches the other person,” says Dr Tang. Dr Tang adds that swimming indoors (or outdoors) wouldn’t be high risk if the lanes are wider, with only one swimmer per lane; and if swimmers don’t talk to each other at the end of their lanes, or before entering or after leaving the pool. He concludes: “Being antisocial is being safe!”If you’re worried about transmission in an indoor setting, arrive in your swimming gear, so you don’t have to use changing rooms, and take your own equipment/aids. This is advised by Swim England. Use hand sanitiser before entering and when leaving the pool, too. To protect others, in the event that you might be asymptomatic, you could consider wearing a face cover when you’re not using the pool.If you feel nervous about returning, phone your leisure centre beforehand to see what practices they have in place to keep people safe. You could also ask what the least busy times are to visit, for peace of mind. Related... 10 Of The UK's Best Outdoor Swimming Pools To Live The Lido Life How Likely Is A Second Wave – And Can It Be Prevented? The London Marathon Is Cancelled. Here's How Runners Feel.
Advances in these fields have created an environment that is conducive to the development of specialized surgical procedures for traditionally high-risk surgeries.According to the UN, globally, one in six individuals suffers from a neurological disorder.There are several invasive surgeries that being developed to treat such conditions, requiring cranial fixation and stabilization equipment.The Global Cranial Fixation and Stabilization Market value is expected to reach USD 2.29 Billion by 2025, registering a CAGR of 8.90%.Browse Sample of the Report @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/8163SEGMENTATIONBy CategoryCranial stabilization equipment is used to secure the head during surgery, while cranial fixation implements are tools required to maintain the structural stability of the head and neck.Cranial Fixation Systems: Cranial fixation covers a wide array of tools and implements such as meshes, flap tube clamps, plates, and screws to be used during surgery.They are used predominantly for affixing bones, securing skin, and enhancing cranial integrity post-surgeries such as craniotomies.Cranial Stabilization Systems: Cranial surgeries are usually very delicate and complex, necessitating the use of equipment to immobilize the head.This is accomplished by the use of cranial stabilization equipment such as skull clamps and horseshoe headrests.By ProductMeshes: The leading market segment as 48% of all cranial injuries are maxillofacial.Over 52% of road accident-related injuries are mandibular fractures that require meshes.Skull Clamps: Ideal for prolonged surgeries that require patient immobilization for long periods with limited soft tissue damage.Used to hold the head firmly in place during surgery.Flap Tube Clamps: Used to attach cranial bones to the cranium during delicate surgeries when only a singular motion can be performed upon the afflicted area.Horseshoe Headrests: Used in cases where head movement is not to be completely restrained and soft tissue damage needs to be minimized.Plates: Used to seal gaping cranial wounds.Screws: Facilitate the attachment of cranial bones.Accessories: Include patient positioning systems and support systems.By TypeResorbable: Materials that are eventually broken down by the body.
Infrared spectroscopy market is expected to rise to an estimated value of USD 1.65 billion by 2026 registering a substantial CAGR of 7.2% in the forecast period of 2020-2026.Infrared spectroscopy is the most commonly used analytical technique.It is used by scientific researchers in many activities, such as protein characterization, nanoscale semiconductor analysis, and space exploration.Infrared spectroscopy provides several advantages, such as high scan speed, high resolution, and high sensitivity.Key Market Competitors: Global Infrared Spectroscopy MarketFew of the major market competitors currently working in the infrared spectroscopy market are TeraView Limited, Teledyne Technologies Incorporated, Agilent Technologies, Inc., BaySpec, Inc., HORIBA ABX, Ltd., Spectra Analysis Instruments, Inc., Avantes BV, Bruker, Carl Zeiss AG, Galaxy Scientific Inc, Gasera Ltd., Ibsen Photonics A/S, Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, PerkinElmer Inc., Shimadzu Corporation, VIAVI Solutions Inc., JASCO., Teledyne Princeton Instruments, Menlo Systems, TOPTICA Photonics AG, Advancedphotonix, among others.Download PDF Sample report @ https://www.databridgemarketresearch.com/request-a-sample/?dbmr=global-infrared-spectroscopy-market Segmentation: Global Infrared Spectroscopy MarketBy Product Type (Benchtop IR Spectroscope, IR Microscopy, Portable IR Spectroscope, Hyphenated IR Spectroscope, Terahertz IR Spectroscope)By Spectrum (Near Infrared, Far Infrared, Mid Infrared)By Application (Pharma and Biotech, Food and Beverages, Environmental Testing, Academics, Security, Industrial, Petrochemicals, Semiconductors, Others)By Technology (Dispersive Infrared Spectroscopy and Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) Spectroscopy)By Geography (North America, South America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa)Competitive Analysis: Global Infrared Spectroscopy MarketThe global infrared spectroscopy market is highly fragmented and the major players have used various strategies such as new product launches, expansions, agreements, joint ventures, partnerships, acquisitions, and others to increase their footprints in this market.The report includes market shares of infrared spectroscopy market for Global, Europe, North America, Asia Pacific, South America and Middle East & Africa.Market DriversStringent laws and regulations related to process analytical technology in the pharma industryRising demand for near-infrared spectroscopy for food fingerprinting techniques which are of high risk like the food fingerprinting in dairy products, detecting adulteration and contaminationRise in R investment in pharma and life sciencesTechnological Advancements and developments in the field of spectroscopy giving rise to miniaturization and the digitization of IR detectors, thereby leading to the overall growth and development of this marketThe rising use of IR spectroscopy in the biological sector to detect various diseases fosters the growth of the marketThe rising demand for IR spectroscopy techniques in various industries including biological, medicinal, chemistry, chemicals, food and beverages (F), pharmaceuticals, and semiconductorsMarket RestraintsTechnical limitation of IR spectroscopy in analyzing groups of compound mixturesAvailability of used IR spectroscopy devices in the marketReasons to Purchase this ReportCurrent and future of global infrared spectroscopy market outlook in the developed and emerging marketsThe segment that is expected to dominate the market as well as the segment which holds highest CAGR in the forecast periodRegions/Countries that are expected to witness the fastest growth rates during the forecast periodThe latest developments, market shares, and strategies that are employed by the major market playersInquiry Before Buying @ https://www.databridgemarketresearch.com/inquire-before-buying/?dbmr=global-infrared-spectroscopy-market Customization of the Report:All segmentation provided above in this report is represented at country levelAll products covered in the market, product volume and average selling prices will be included as customizable options which may incur no or minimal additional cost (depends on customization)About Us: Data Bridge Market Research set forth itself as an unconventional and neoteric Market research and consulting firm with unparalleled level of resilience and integrated approaches.We are determined to unearth the best market opportunities and foster efficient information for your business to thrive in the market.
There is a medium to high risk of terrorism in Ethiopia.Al-Shaba who are predominantly based in Somalia has the capability to mount attacks throughout East Africa including Ethiopia Secure Ground Transportation Ethiopia.Likely targets include crowded spaces, transport hubs, and public places frequented by foreign travelers.Ethiopia is considered high-risk for crime.Opportunistic criminals operate throughout the region and will target individuals who lack situational awareness.Petty crimes, including pickpocketing, theft, and harassment from youth gangs are common.
Samsung announced FDA clearance during today’s event. The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 includes a heart-monitoring electrocardiogram (ECG) app, which the company says has been cleared by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). It’s the second smartwatch in the US with this feature; the Apple Watch received clearance for a similar app in 2018. “I’m excited to announce that we have just received the US FDA clearance for Samsung’s ECG monitoring app,” said Samsung SVP Federico Casalegno in today’s Unpacked event. The clearance means that the watch can be used as a medical device. It’s not the same as full approval, which is a high standard only given to high-risk devices that go through extensive testing. It’s not clear when the app will be made available to US users. The existing Samsung... Continue reading…
E Waste Market SizeElectronic waste is becoming a major component of the global waste problem.This kind of waste is generally known as e-waste, which is the trash that is produced from excess, damaged, and out-of-date electronic devices.The problem of electronic waste is gaining attention because electronic comprise of many toxic and lethal chemicals and materials that are discharged into the environment due to their improper handling and disposal.FREE [email protected] https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/2553Electronic waste from the equipment of all dimensions comprises of dangerous chemicals such as cadmium, lead, mercury, beryllium, and brominated flame retardants which, if not treated, can cause serious repercussions.The improper disposal of gadgets and devices of these hazardous materials has a high risk of polluting the air, polluting soil, and percolating into water sources and inevitably disrupting the global food chain.Once e-waste is deposited in a typical landfill and if there is a water body or source that flows through the landfill and collects traces of these elements from these dangerous minerals, eventually contaminates the landfill water, known as “leachate,” and gets through strata of natural and mass-produced landfill liner and other protective barriers.Whereas the environmental impacts such as the pollution of the underground water table among other ramifications that will motivate the global e-waste recycling market.The electronic waste recycling, even with the best practices in hand in recent years, has often resulted in the illegal shipping and dumping of e-waste overseas.Although quite a few recyclers run reliable operations, the obscure companies just dispatch the obsolete e-waste they receive to digital dumping lands in nations that are impoverished.
NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley just completed a test flight of SpaceX's new Crew Dragon spaceship. The Crew Dragon survived a fiery plunge through Earth's atmosphere, deployed its parachutes, and landed in the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday — a process that SpaceX CEO Elon Musk called his "biggest concern" for the mission. Watch the reentry and landing of the world's first crewed commercial spaceship in the video below. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. SpaceX and NASA just accomplished a historic feat: the first-ever crewed commercial spaceflight mission. After a high-risk, fiery plunge through Earth's atmosphere, the Crew Dragon spaceship successfully deployed four parachutes to land in the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday, of the coast of Pensacola, Florida. NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley launched aboard the SpaceX-designed Crew Dragon two months prior, on May 30. The capsule then docked to the International Space Station, where it remained while Behnken and Hurley conducted experiments and spacewalks aboard the orbiting laboratory. The mission, called Demo-2, was a test to show that SpaceX is capable of taking astronauts to and from Earth's orbit. The launch went according to plan, but Sunday's landing was the mission's defining moment. From space, the Crew Dragon had to plunge through Earth's atmosphere, its heat shield deflecting and absorbing the energy of superheated plasma and enduring temperatures up to 3,500 degrees Fahrenheit. The shield successfully protected the hardware and astronauts as they fell at 25 times the speed of sound. Then came two parachute deployments. The first, at about 18,000 feet, slowed Crew Dragon's plummet from 350 mph to 119 mph. Then at about 6,000 feet, more parachutes deployed to carry the capsule gently into the ocean. "I'm not very religious, but I prayed for this one," SpaceX CEO Elon Musk said during a NASA TV broadcast after the landing. SpaceX filmed the capsule as it descended to Earth. The resulting video, below, condenses the 12-minute reentry and landing process into 1 minute and 11 seconds. Tracking footage of Crew Dragon’s descent, parachute deployments and splashdown pic.twitter.com/pzbm1iXCC6 — SpaceX (@SpaceX) August 4, 2020   'It seemed to go extremely smoothly' Demo-2 was the culmination of roughly $3.1 billion in funding that SpaceX got from NASA through the agency's Commercial Crew Program — an effort to resurrect the human-spaceflight capability that NASA lost after it retired its space shuttles in 2011. The successful demonstration flight tees up six round-trips on Crew Dragon that NASA has contracted to fly its astronauts to and from the space station. Ahead of the astronauts' May launch, Musk told Aviation Week's Irene Klotz that the mission's final stages were his biggest concern. That's because of the Crew Dragon's asymmetric design, which is necessary for the emergency escape system that can jettison the capsule away from a failing rocket. Musk was concerned that the asymmetry could have caused the capsule to rotate too much, leading it to "catch the plasma in the super Draco escape thruster pods," he told Klotz. But the process went smoothly. The parachutes were also cause for concern. During a briefing before the launch, Hans Koenigsmann, SpaceX's vice president of mission assurance, was asked what kept him up at night in regard to the Demo-2 mission. He pointed to the chutes, since their packing can't be tested until they're deployed. But after the landing, officials and astronauts remarked on how uneventful the astronaut's return flight was (except for a few surprises on the ground, such as civilian boats pulling up to the space capsule). "It did not seem like this was the first NASA SpaceX mission with astronauts on board," Michael Hopkins, a NASA astronaut who's slated to fly on SpaceX's next mission, Crew-1, said. "It seemed to go extremely smoothly." Gwynne Shotwell, SpaceX's president and CEO, said even SpaceX leadership was a bit taken aback. "I think we're surprised — minorly surprised, but obviously incredibly pleased — that this went as smoothly as it did," she said.SEE ALSO: 27 epic images show how SpaceX made history by flying NASA astronauts to and from the space station DON'T MISS: NASA astronaut Megan McArthur, whose husband just flew on SpaceX's Crew Dragon, will pilot the spaceship in the spring Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Why NASA waited nearly a decade to send astronauts into space from the US
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A striking telescope video shows the SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule docked to the International Space Station (ISS), hurtling through space 250 miles above Earth. The spaceship and its first-ever crew — NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley — are scheduled to make the fiery plunge back to Earth this weekend. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The International Space Station (ISS) has less than a day left with SpaceX's Crew Dragon spaceship and its first crew of astronauts. The capsule rocketed into Earth's orbit on May 30, with NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley strapped inside. Its launch marked the first time humans have ever flown aboard a commercial spacecraft. Since the spaceship docked to the ISS, it has stayed there while the astronauts conduct science experiments, spacewalks, and station maintenance. On Saturday evning, Behnken and Hurley are scheduled to start their high-risk return trip — a fiery plunge through Earth's atmosphere. During the two months the capsule has spent in space, amateur astronomers have spotted it as it flies overhead, attached to the orbiting laboratory 250 miles above the Earth. Engineer and former SpaceX employee David Hash even captured it on video. Before dawn on June 29, Hash set up his telescope and his laptop, coded to instruct the lens to follow the ISS as it passed over his home in the Bay Area.  In the resulting video, below, "you're looking up at the underside of the station as it flies almost directly overhead," Hash told Business Insider.  The video is sped up to about 35 times the real-time speed. The Crew Dragon can be seen peeking out from the front of the station, with its large trunk section and four fins shining in the sunlight. The station's long solar-panel arms appear blue-grey in the beginning of the video, as they reflect sunlight. Then they take on an orange glow as the panels flip around and Hash's telescope catches the sunlight filtering through them. "There are only a few good ISS passes each month, and the sharpest imagery comes during the minute-long period when the station is almost directly overhead," Hash said. "Many hours of coding, tuning, and calibration go into making the telescope aim and track exactly right during that short window of opportunity, and it's really satisfying to see it all working smoothly." Hash captured even more detailed footage in black and white two weeks later, on July 14. The first video was more blurry because Earth's atmosphere bends light across the color spectrum as it travels from space. With a black and white lens, there's a lot less distortion. Hash worked on an iteration of the Dragon spacecraft — a version designed for cargo, not people — as a SpaceX intern in 2014. He later worked for the company as an engineer. He started tracking satellites for fun after college, but now he does it for a living at the satellite company Swarm Technologies. He hasn't lost his sense of awe for the efforts that put the Dragon capsule in space, though. "[I] have a lot of good friends that put years of effort into making the first crewed launch possible," Hash said. "More than anything, seeing Dragon docked up there, and knowing it safely carried two of the current astronauts, is an awesomely visible testament to their work and dedication. I am really lucky to know those folks." The current demonstration mission is the first of seven astronaut round-trips that NASA has contracted from SpaceX. The following six will be routine missions to the ISS. Dave Mosher contributed reporting.SEE ALSO: NASA plans to bring astronauts back to Earth in SpaceX's Crew Dragon spaceship on August 2. The process is Elon Musk's biggest worry. DON'T MISS: NASA is launching an alien-hunting Mars rover. After Perseverance lands, the first interplanetary helicopter should emerge from its belly. Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Why NASA waited nearly a decade to send astronauts into space from the US
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  Developing a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine is a global priority to end this pandemic. In their doseescalation, single-centre, open-label, phase 1 trial Published in The Lancet, Feng-Cai Zhu and colleagues1 Report the safety, tolerability, and immunogenicity Of a recombinant adenovirus type-5 (Ad5) vectored COVID-19 vaccine, which expresses the full length spike Glycoprotein of the Wuhan-Hu-1 strain of severe acute Respiratory syndrome corona virus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). Domain because of better immunogenic and protective Potential, but using different antigen delivery platforms (eg, recombinant protein or replicating or non-replicating viral-vector based vaccines and DNA or mRNA vaccines); Several are entering phase 1 clinical trials, or pending results.4, 5 looking forward, other than immunogenicity, Future trial design to establish efficacy will need to define The target groups (eg, health-care workers, individuals at High risk of severe illness), clinical endpoints (eg, reduction In virologically confirmed clinical illness, hospitalizations, Deaths), optimal duration of observation (eg, virus Exposure, side-effects, antibody titre change), and to Anticipate antigenic change over time. Results of this study indicate that some host Factors might affect vaccine response. Suboptimal immunogenicity was reported among older participants, echoing the challenge seen with influenza vaccination. Further study in the older age group and the inclusion of individuals with underlying conditions are important, as they are at risk of severe disease and might benefit most from vaccine prevention.
Get the latest on coronavirus. Sign up to the Daily Brief for news, explainers, how-tos, opinion and more.Muslim families across the north-west of England were forced to change or cancel long-awaited Eid celebrations with just hours’ notice after new lockdown rules were imposed late on Thursday night.Thousands awoke on Friday to find they were no longer able to see family or friends to mark the Muslim festival, because of new restrictions forbidding separate households from meeting each other in homes or private gardens.The new rules – announced on Matt Hancock’s Twitter account, and which came into force at midnight – apply to Greater Manchester, East Lancashire and parts of West Yorkshire.The news came as Muslim communities from across the region were preparing to mark Eid al-Adha, one of the holiest days in the Islamic calendar.Dentistry student Maya, 19, had been looking forward to celebrating Eid in Manchester with a huge dinner alongside family and friends. Her mother had booked out an entire restaurant for the night, and had made sure all the tables were spaced two metres apart to maintain social distancing.“We were all excited to see family and friends,” she told HuffPost UK. “Now we have had to cancel the whole booking as well as go-karting that was booked for the younger kids. We are going to stay at home like a normal day.“It’s just sad – I wish they had given a week’s notice or even an actual full day’s notice. They literally left it to the night before Eid where everyone was excited.”She found it “ridiculous” that households were banned from meeting each other indoors while at the same time pubs remained open.“Honestly, I felt attacked,” she said. “If this was done on Christmas Eve people would be appalled and I really believe that this is motivated by Islamophobia.”More than 800,000 Muslim people live in the regions affected by the new measures, according to figures from the Muslim Council of Britain. On Friday Tory MP Craig Whittaker, claimed the “vast majority” of people breaking lockdown rules were from Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities, particularly those from Muslim backgrounds.Speaking to LBC radio, the MP for Calder Valley – one of the areas affected by the new measures – said there were “sections of the community that are not taking the pandemic seriously”.“If you look at the areas where we’ve seen rises and cases, the vast majority – but not by any stretch of the imagination all areas – it is the BAME communities that are not taking this seriously enough.”Hasan Azram, from Manchester, said Whittaker was a “hypocrite” for making these allegations. “It is unfair to blame ethnic minorities,” he told HuffPost UK.“There are a vast majority of groups breaking lockdown rules that including many white people who have been situated at beaches every bank holiday and every day when temperatures have been warm. Are they not to blame?”Instead of going out to see family and friends as he had originally planned, Azram will spend Eid with only his immediate family at home.“Now it has been put under lockdown again, it just means Eid is a much more private celebration whereas in the past it has been quite public, with lots of people involved.“I do prioritise safety so I understand it’s necessary, but I think people not being allowed to meet in households but in pubs just shows the economy is more important than people’s lives.“Actions speak louder than words and that is clear as day from the actions of the government.”IT contractor Mo Congress, 29, said the last-minute lockdown measures had “ruined” his family’s plans to go out and celebrate Eid in Blackburn.“We won’t be spending time with family no more,” he said. “Food has gone to waste. It’s put a real downer on the day.”Congress was working with the local council to avoid a lockdown and said everyone had been left “extremely angry” by the news. “Not only were they ill-timed but we felt directly targeted and singled out.“I was receiving calls after calls – we were unsure if Eid prayer would still be going ahead in the mosque. It caused huge panic.”“It is really upsetting as the community has come together and worked extremely hard. Tthe majority whom I have seen have been abiding by the guidelines.“We spent last Eid in lockdown and this Eid was taken from us at the very last minute, which is extremely frustrating. We feel really let down.”He was “furious” when he heard Whittaker’s comments and said they were “a middle finger” to people in the BAME communities.“He is pushing the blame on to Muslims and minorities as we’re easy targets,” he told HuffPost UK. “It is a kick in the backside after all the efforts Muslims have put in.”Health secretary Matt Hancock has denied the new regulations were aimed at targeting Eid celebrations, claiming his “heart goes out to the Muslim community”. Critics have suggested otherwise.“I was stunned,” said Aisha, 29, from Greater Manchester. “I really tried to consider why the government [would do] this but I can only conclude it was done specifically to target Muslims.”She had planned to visit her in-laws with her husband and two young children on Friday, and then spend Saturday with her parents who are shielding.“The plan was for everyone to cook one dish and I already made an enormous amount of biscuits and cakes to take with me,” she said.Aisha initially thought she would have to cancel all her Eid plans, but after a closer look at the new rules decided to continue with meeting her in-laws on Friday and forgo visiting her parents.“My kids were looking forward to seeing their maternal grandparents,” she told HuffPost UK. “I’ve only seen my dad once since March as he is high risk. A lot of people have had their hopes up.”Keeping the pubs open “just doesn’t make logical sense”, Aisha said. “I joked to my family that we should all meet up at the pub and just order orange juice all round!”She said she was “shocked” by Whittaker’s comments. “There’s no evidence or statistics to back up this ridiculous claim. It’s plain, unambiguous racism.“In Islam, following the law of the land is important. Breaking the law in any way is sinful for Muslims.“It’s Islamophobia. They want us to bend the rules so they can blame us when there’s a second wave.“We’re the convenient scapegoats.”Related... Extra Lockdown Restrictions Imposed For Parts Of Northern England Matt Hancock Insists Northern Lockdown Rules Are 'Crystal Clear' ‘No Hajj And No Hugs’: UK Muslims On Missing Their 'Pilgrimage Of A Lifetime' How Boris Johnson's Confusing New Slogan Capped Off 15 Hours Of Lockdown Chaos
An intraductal papilloma is a benign, or noncancerous, breast tumour that forms in a milk duct and is made of gland and fibrous tissue as well as blood vessels.Central/solitary papillomas are generally benign while multiple papillomas, have been associated with a slightly higher risk of breast cancer.The market for global intraductal papilloma is constrained by the lack of awareness, high cost of surgery, complications of the surgery, lack of focus on women health in the developing and poorer regions of the world etc.The market will witness exponential growth over the review period owing to minimal invasive surgeries procedures such as needle aspiration biopsy surgeries etc.The symptoms of intraductal papilloma are breast enlargement, inversion of the nipple, thickening or swelling of part of the breast, changes to the breast or nipple skin area, such as dimpling, redness, scaling, peeling etc.Risk factors such as obesity, alcohol consumption, postmenopausal hormone therapy, having the first child after the age of 35, or never having a child, medications containing estrogen and progesterone such as birth control pills, menstrual cycle abnormalities, physical inactivity, not breastfeeding the child etc.increase the chances of intraductal papillomas.The global intraductal papilloma market share is expected to reach USD 8.4 billion by 2023, and the market is projected to grow at a CAGR of ~ 4.4 % during the forecast period 2017-2023.Browse Sample of the Report @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/4450Segments:The global intraductal papilloma market has been segmented on the basis of type, diagnosis, treatment, and end user.Based on type, the market has been segmented as central/solitary papillomas, peripheral/multiple papillomas and others.Based on diagnosis, the market has been segmented as examination, ultrasonography, biopsy, mammogram/galactography, ductograms, Computerized Tomography (CT) and others.Based on surgery, the market has been segmented as microdochectomy, total duct excision, drugs and others.Based on the end user, the market has been segmented as hospitals & clinics, academic and research, and others.Regional AnalysisThe Americas account for a significant market share owing to extensive volume of surgeries performed and high expenditure on the health care.Additionally, the fastest uptake of new products and surgical procedures in the US drive the intraductal papilloma market.
CBD merchants are becoming more and more popular in the entire Europe including the UK. Long back in the year 2018, UK made the sale of medical cannabis legal and thus, there are was a high demand for high risk merchant account for online pharmacy because these online pharmacies can keep and sell medical cannabis legally. The debate is still there if this comes in which drug classification like Schedule I or Schedule II. Irrespective of the speed, it is a trend that translates good opportunities for the UK merchants to sell the hemp oil and other related products online. Let us understand this here in this blog and see what is required to get an approval for a high risk merchant account for online pharmacy. When you try to apply for a high risk merchant account, especially for CBD or hemp products, you need to gather complete knowledge, expertise and you should have considerable patience.
Global Emergency Mobile Substation Market is estimated to reach $1.5billion by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 4.4% from 2020 to 2025.In additions, most of the military bases are in the remote areas therefore military bases have a high risk of attacks.The implementation of the mobile substations has resulted in the transmission of electricity safely from the point of generation to the end along with the transformation of the voltage levels from high to low across the grid..The digitization of mobile substations has enabled grid power restoration for critical infrastructure and facilities ad has improved its performance in the field of wireless communications.Furthermore, emergency mobile substations provide significant onsite backup power supplies to the batteries and generators for easy and prolonged communications in this industry.Geography - Segment AnalysisEurope dominated the Emergency Mobile Substation Marketwith a share of 38% in 2019 owing to the significant focus of key players, surge in adoption of mobile substation technologies and surge in adoption of smart grid technologies among others.Along with this various investment projects in Europe region are promoting the mobile substations digitization and driving market growth.Talk to one of our sales representative about the full report by providing your details in the link below:https://www.industryarc.com/support.php?id=18184Drivers – Emergency Mobile Substation Market Rising use of Mobile Substations owing to its portability and cost effectiveness:The rising use of emergency mobile substations is due to its ease of transportation, flexibility and good backup facility.
Swiss authorities have ordered 300 people to be put into quarantine after a superspreader led to an outbreak of the novel coronavirus at a Zurich nightclub.As coronavirus in Zurich, Swiss officials say if there are more superspreader type events in clubs they will have to resort to closing such facilities again.Switzerland has so far reported 69 new cases overnight from Friday to Saturday for a total of 34,412 cases; 1,977 people have died.Switzerland is broadening its list of countries having a high risk of COVID-19, bringing the total number to 42.In Switzerland the number of infections has started to increase in recent days, triggering concerns about the second wave of COVID-19.A recent survey of 1500 individuals in Switzerland shows the negative economic impact of the COVID-19 crisis. 
Global Blood Testing Market Research Report: By Test Type (Complete Blood Count, Blood Chemistry Tests, Enzyme Tests), Disease (Anemia, Infection, Leukemia,), Method (Manual, Automated), End-User (Hospitals, Diagnostic Center) – Global Forecast Till 2023Market Scenario: Blood Testing is a laboratory analysis technique that is performed based on the blood sample taken from patient's body through a finger prick or syringes to determine the state of the health.These tests are affordable and are commonly performed in hospitals and clinics as a primary checkup for identifying any mild to serious ailments which influence the growth of the Blood Testing market.The Global market for Blood Testing is expected to grow at a CAGR of approximately 5.5% during 2017 to 2023.Key Players:The global blood Testing market growth is led by some of the fervent players including Baxter International (US), Abbott Laboratories Inc. (US), Gen-Probe, Inc. (US), Becton Dickinson & Company (US), Novartis Diagnostics (US), Biomerica, Inc. (US), Cepheid Corporation (US), Meridian Bioscience, Inc. (US), Trinity Biotech (US), Siemens Healthcare (Germany), Bio-Rad Laboratories Inc. (US), Grifols (Spain), bioMérieux (France), Nanosphere Inc. (US), Roche Diagnostics (Switzerland), Bruker Corporation (US), Alere Inc. (US), Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. (US) Cardinal Health (US), Beckman Coulter (US), Danaher Corporation (US), and Trividia Health (US)Industry, Innovation & Related NewsSeptember 07, 2018 – Scientists in Australia published their study of a novel blood test they have developed in the JCI Insight Journal.The new blood test that can potentially identify whether a person who had a heart attack in the past is at high risk of having another one.RevDx is meant for anyplace without reliable access to a lab, electricity or Internet connection.Market DriversGrowing incidents of chronic diseases and conditions such as cancer, diabetes, heart disease along with the organ failure cases drive the demand for blood testing in multiplications.Also, great technological strides being made in electronic monitoring devices and substantial investments transpired into R activities are in turn, paying off well, expanding the market size.Additional factors supporting the market growth include the ever-increasing population that is getting inclined towards the sedentary lifestyle and urbanization.
Microbiology Culture Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast, 2019 - 2027Microbiology Culture Market: IntroductionAccording to the report, the global microbiology culture market was valued at US$ 5.7 Bn in 2018 and is projected to expand at a CAGR of ~6% from 2019 to 2027.Increase in the potential of bioprocessing and biopharmaceutical applications has driven the demand for microbiology culture media products.Request PDF Brochure of Microbiology Culture Market Report - https://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/sample/sample.php?flag=B_id=3232Globally, the production of all biopharmaceutical products such as vaccines, monoclonal antibodies, blood factors, and insulin is based on cell culture media.Biopharmaceutical production may not always necessarily be the introduction of novel therapeutics, it can also comprise biosimilars and generic biopharmaceuticals.Moreover, the segment is likely to continue its dominance during the forecast period, due to expected rise in application in food microbiology, pharmaceutical microbiology, and disease research.Request for Analysis of COVID19 Impact on Microbiology Culture Market - https://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/sample/sample.php?flag=covid19_id=3232Complex Media to Lead Microbiology Culture MarketIn terms of culture media, the complex media segment held the largest share of the global microbiology culture market in 2018, followed by other market segments such as synthetic media, special media, and simple media.Research involves high risk and often decades-long endeavor, making it unattractive to profit-oriented firms.These are some other factors, which may drive the global microbiology culture market.Buy Microbiology Culture Market Report - https://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/checkout.php?rep_id=3232=SNorth America Dominated Microbiology Culture MarketNorth America dominated the global culture media market is terms of revenue in 2019 and is expected to dominate the market during the forecast period.
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An intraductal papilloma is a benign, or noncancerous, breast tumour that forms in a milk duct and is made of gland and fibrous tissue as well as blood vessels.Central/solitary papillomas are generally benign while multiple papillomas, have been associated with a slightly higher risk of breast cancer.The market for global intraductal papilloma is constrained by the lack of awareness, high cost of surgery, complications of the surgery, lack of focus on women health in the developing and poorer regions of the world etc.The market will witness exponential growth over the review period owing to minimal invasive surgeries procedures such as needle aspiration biopsy surgeries etc.The symptoms of intraductal papilloma are breast enlargement, inversion of the nipple, thickening or swelling of part of the breast, changes to the breast or nipple skin area, such as dimpling, redness, scaling, peeling etc.Risk factors such as obesity, alcohol consumption, postmenopausal hormone therapy, having the first child after the age of 35, or never having a child, medications containing estrogen and progesterone such as birth control pills, menstrual cycle abnormalities, physical inactivity, not breastfeeding the child etc.increase the chances of intraductal papillomas.The global intraductal papilloma market share is expected to reach USD 8.4 billion by 2023, and the market is projected to grow at a CAGR of ~ 4.4 % during the forecast period 2017-2023.Browse Sample of the Report @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/4450Segments:The global intraductal papilloma market has been segmented on the basis of type, diagnosis, treatment, and end user.Based on type, the market has been segmented as central/solitary papillomas, peripheral/multiple papillomas and others.Based on diagnosis, the market has been segmented as examination, ultrasonography, biopsy, mammogram/galactography, ductograms, Computerized Tomography (CT) and others.Based on surgery, the market has been segmented as microdochectomy, total duct excision, drugs and others.Based on the end user, the market has been segmented as hospitals & clinics, academic and research, and others.Regional AnalysisThe Americas account for a significant market share owing to extensive volume of surgeries performed and high expenditure on the health care.Additionally, the fastest uptake of new products and surgical procedures in the US drive the intraductal papilloma market.
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Staffing startups like Wonolo, Instawork, and Jitjatjo run apps that help temp workers find gigs at places that frequently need extra hands, like restaurants, warehouses, and hotels. Many of these startups are experiencing turbulent times as COVID-19 kills demand from their customers in industries that are affected by government shutdown orders, or by patrons' fears of  exposure to the virus. Wonolo CEO Yong Kim said business initially fell during the pandemic, but a boost in demand for essential businesses stabilized his company. These companies also struggle with a business model that requires sending temporary staffers from workplace to workplace while public health guidelines recommend minimizing contact with large numbers of other people. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Apps that match temp workers with short-staffed businesses like restaurants, hotels, and warehouses made up a burgeoning tech category before the coronavirus outbreak started erupting in the United States. Now, the startups that created those apps may be living or dying along with the businesses they serve. "Business has been tough," said Thor Wood, CEO of SnapShyft, which matches workers with open shifts at restaurants and hotels in the Midwest. Staffing startups serve a range of industries that rely on temp workers to fill shifts when business spikes past normal capacity, or permanent workers are out sick. Restaurants, hotels, and warehouses all use these platforms. Contract workers tap the staffing apps to pick up shifts washing dishes, laundering clothing, moving crates, or performing a host of other chores. For staffing startups that assist businesses affected by government closure orders to fight the pandemic, the downturn in demand has been devastating. "Business for us has dipped to the lowest of the lows," said Tim Chatfield, CEO of Jitjatjo, a New York City-based startup that services the metro area's vaunted dining scene.  "We were on a trajectory to rapidly scale geographically," Chatfield said. "We've pulled that all back at the moment." Now Chatfield runs Jitjatjo via video chats from a "command center" in his apartment's bedroom. His bed is hidden by a black curtain, and a custom purple neon sign hangs over his head, reading "#hirehospitality." He keeps a TV running nearby so he can stay on top of the headlines, as the future of his company rides on the latest news updates about the spread of the virus and local health regulations dictating whether his employees can work or not. "We're dealing with something that is really, really tough in that the knowledge around it is evolving on an hourly basis," Chatfield said. "And we've got people spread out across multiple markets, each with different rules." But as closure orders have demolished demand for temp workers from some businesses, demand from others has skyrocketed. Wonolo CEO Yong Kim said that although business started to get rocky in the early stages of the pandemic, the surge in demand from some of his client businesses brought Wonolo close to its pre-pandemic customer growth expectations. Wonolo has a more diversified clientele than some of its rivals. "Think about all the supply chain businesses that are in the supply chain, or logistics-related for consumers," Kim said. "Grocery stores that need stock, courier services that deliver goods, or ecommerce companies that provide online goods or services." Companies that dispatch temporary staffers must grapple with the fact that their core business activity can run contrary to current public health guidance on slowing the spread of coronavirus. Far from limiting contact, these startups send staffers from one workplace to another, exposing them to large numbers of people and various indoor environments. "There's lots of reasons food workers could be at high risk," said Peter Dooley, an industrial hygienist with the National Council for Occupational Safety and Health. "Restaurant work involves typically close, small spaces… also, restaurant and food work involves a lot of people-to-people contact. A lot of interactions with people, whether it be customers or coworkers or management or whoever." Startups have responded to these risks by furnishing workers with safety information. SnapShyft has sent CDC guidance and changes in local mandates through app alerts. Wonolo has created educational courses for its workers. And Jitjatjo, which actually employs its 10,000-strong workforce, is offering two weeks of paid sick leave for workers who catch the virus. "We've only been made aware of two cases of positive results [of COVID-19]," Jitjatjo's Chatfield said, "Which is phenomenal considering we employ over 10,000 people." Wood said he worries that even after business closure orders lift, workers will hesitate to continue using the apps out of fear for their own safety. "The workers might have PPE, but there's no guarantee that the guests do or that they're going to abide by the rules," Wood said. "I've seen it firsthand where you've got some businesses and some groups of people that are adhering to the mask rules and social distancing, and others that are on a different planet." Here are some of the leading startups in the staffing app industry: Pared San Francisco-based Pared was launched in 2015 and now operates in cities on both coasts and the midwest. Unlike many other apps in the same category, Pared focuses exclusively on finding shifts for food workers. Pared has been used by local restaurants and big names like Pizza Hut and McDonalds.  Instawork Instawork is often cast as a competitor to Pared. Both launched in San Francisco in 2015 and now operate in cities across the country. But unlike Pared, Instawork helps workers find shifts in industries outside of food-related work, including warehouse gigs and delivery jobs. SnapShyft Indianapolis-based SnapShyft was founded in 2016 and now provides shifts for food and event workers. The startup opened a second office in San Francisco last year to recruit top talent. Wonolo The Bay Area's Wonolo was founded in 2013, an early entry in the category. Wonolo helps businesses find temp workers for  a broad range of services, including warehouse work, food production, cleaning, and administrative positions. Wonolo claims high-profile corporate clients like Coca-Cola, Papa Johns, and fashion retailer Uniqlo. Jitjatjo New York City-based Jitjatjo was founded in 2016 and connects workers to shifts at the city's restaurants. Unlike many other startups in this category, Jitjatjo's more than 10,000 workers are employees of the company, not contractors. CEO Tim Chatfield said that business has been way down since the pandemic hit New York City. Jitjattjo has since pivoted to offering disinfection services. Shiftgig Chicago's Shiftgig was founded in 2012 and first focused on connecting local businesses to temp workers before transforming into a SaaS business that helps staffing agency employees find gigs. Shiftgig is used by national staffing agencies including LGC Hospitality and The Job Center. Qwick Qwick was founded in 2017 in Scottsdale, Arizona and has expanded to eight major cities across the country, including Phoenix, Dallas, San Diego, Atlanta, and New York City. Qwick is focused on finding shifts for food workers and event caterers. Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Why Pikes Peak is the most dangerous racetrack in America
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