Across the continent, governments and hospitals are purchasing robotics systems from abroad as well as developing the technologies themselves.
It is the pot of gold at the end of the medical rainbow—the promise that, by harnessing data, researchers can tailor drugs, devices, and treatments to the genetic configuration, lifestyle, and environment of individual patients.
This major health threat is driving demand for more diagnostic tests and devices to treat cardiac problems.
This mode of personalized medicine helps doctors make more informed decisions related to drug therapies.
Digital reality technologies are fast emerging as promising tools to aid physicians and patients. Western and Asian medtech companies are becoming big players in the growing market for these new applications in Asia.
The race to apply AI to medical treatment is rapidly accelerating in China and Japan.
Breast cancer is on the rise across Asia, with more women contracting the disease than ever before.
MRI-compatible pacemakers are among the technologies gaining traction.
Many considerations should not be overlooked.
The country is trying to supplant the United States as the world leader in this sector.