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Global Artificial Intelligence In Medicine Market to Reach 15,000.00 Million by 2026 – Facts & Factors

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New York, NY, Nov 17, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX) —
New York, NY, Nov. 17, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Facts and Factors have published a new research report titled “Artificial Intelligence in Medicine Market By Component (Hardware, Software, Service), By Application (Robot Assisted Surgery, Virtual Nursing Assistants, Administrative Workflow Assistance, Fraud Detection, Connected Machines, Clinical Trial, Preliminary Diagnosis, Others), By End-User (Healthcare Provider, Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology Company, Patient, Payer, Others), and By Technology (Querying Method, Natural Language Processing, Context Aware Processing, Speech Recognition, Decision Management, Others): Global Industry Outlook, Market Size, Business Intelligence, Consumer Preferences, Statistical Surveys, Comprehensive Analysis, Historical Developments, Current Trends, and Forecasts, 2020-2026”.

According to the research study, the global Artificial Intelligence in Medicine Market was estimated at USD 800 million in 2019 and is expected to reach USD 15,000 million by 2026. The global Artificial Intelligence in Medicine Market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 49% from 2020 to 2027.

The Global Artificial Intelligence In Medicine Market Is Powered By The Need To Minimise Healthcare Costs, The Importance Of Big Data In Healthcare, The Increasing Acceptance Of Precision Medicine, And The Decreasing Hardware Costs.

Artificial intelligence in medicine is likely to transform the doctor’s character expressively and revolutionize the preparation of medicine. Across has transformed medical specialties and addresses the benefits and challenges of this new technology. Doctors, particularly those in management positions, are developing in health the need to be receptive to AI rapidly, so they remain ready to make the necessary change for their acceptance into the health system. In the study of different medical conditions, the AI is useful as individuals, and in certain circumstances, extra efficient. In the investigation of complicated medical evidence, AI in medicine is the use of compound algorithms and machines to imitate hominid reasoning. AI is, in reality, the capacity of computer systems to approximate decisions without human feedback.

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In order to recognize errors in existing scenarios and provide potential options in complicated situations, the increasingly growing use of cloud computing techniques has encouraged the adoption of artificial intelligence solutions for mining vast volumes of data. Many participants in the medical sector have promoted the use of AI technologies as it can theoretically boost the service offered by many. The key functions that involve the highest AI integration in the industry are access to documentation, the processing of patient-related symptoms, and the communication of subsequent therapies. With advanced cognitive technologies, IBM Watson is driving the transformation in the medical sector to dynamically understand, reason, and learn and commit to ensuring timely quality and informed decision-making. It has been projected that the healthcare sector

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fitness

Fitness Equipment Market Research Study including Growth Factors, Types and Application by regions from 2020 to 2025

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Nov 10, 2020 (Heraldkeepers) —
The report scope includes detailed competitive outlook covering market shares and profiles key participants in the global Fitness Equipment market share. Major industry players with significant revenue share include Johnson Health Tech, Nautilus Inc., Technogym S.p.A., Torque Fitness, True Fitness, Brunswick Corporation, Core Health & Fitness LLC, Fitness EM, LLC, HOIST Fitness Systems, Icon Health and Fitness, and others.

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Market Research Engine has published a new report titled as “Fitness Equipment Market Size by Distribution Channel (Offline Store, Online Store), By Protective Equipment Type Barriers (Weight Training, Cardiovascular Training), By End Use (Health Clubs, Other Commercial Organizations, Individual), By Region (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Rest of the World), Market Analysis Report, Forecast 2019-2026”.

Increase in obesity rates mainly in urban population across the world has occasioned in improved health and fitness awareness among consumers. To prevent like diseases, people are increasingly concentrating on their fitness and wellness, driving the fitness equipment market demand in residential and commercial applications. Medical concerns have an impact on the mortality rate. At the global level, a rise in the health issues of cholesterol, diabetes, and heart-related problems is being perceived. Keeping oneself physically fit can be measured as one of the best precautions to eradicate or avoid the risks of certain diseases. Fitness training centers have observed a spontaneous growth, owing to the number of health issues encountered in today’s world. The growth in the number of fitness centers across the world has created a rise in demand for fitness equipment and this demand is anticipated to produce in the coming years. Treadmills, stationary bicycles, weightlifting machines are some of the most common fitness equipment preferred by consumers for cardiovascular fitness and muscle building.

The global Fitness Equipment market is segregated on the basis of Distribution Channel as Offline Store and Online Store. Based on Protective Equipment Type Barriers the global Fitness Equipment market is segmented in Weight Training and Cardiovascular Training. Based on End Use the global Fitness Equipment market is segmented in Health Clubs, Other Commercial Organizations, and Individual

The global Fitness Equipment market report provides geographic analysis covering regions, such as North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of the World. The Fitness Equipment market for each region is further segmented for major countries including the U.S., Canada, Germany, the U.K., France, Italy, China, India, Japan, Brazil, South Africa, and others.

Competitive Rivalry

Johnson Health Tech, Nautilus Inc., Technogym S.p.A., Torque Fitness, True Fitness, Brunswick Corporation, Core Health & Fitness LLC, Fitness EM, LLC, HOIST Fitness Systems, Icon Health and Fitness, and others are among the major players in the global Fitness Equipment market. The companies are involved in several growth and expansion strategies to gain a competitive

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health

Coverage, risk factors, options, and cost

Preventive screenings, such as bone density tests, can help identify potential medical problems. Medicare covers some costs.

Bone density tests may help prevent expensive reparative treatments. Medicare generally covers such tests, although there may be other out-of-pockets costs.

This article looks at bone density scans and osteoporosis, including risk factors. It also discusses Medicare coverage of the tests, along with costs.

If a doctor thinks a person may have osteoporosis, they may ask for a bone density scan, which uses an X-ray to measure bone mineral density.

The test may be done in a hospital setting or by using a mobile device. In general, a person will get the hospital test for a hip or spine X-ray, while the mobile test is done on a person’s finger, wrist, or heel. However, the type of test may depend on the community’s access to equipment.

According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation (NOF), if the test cannot be done on a person’s hip or spine, then it could be done on a person’s radius bone, which is in the forearm.

Osteoporosis is a medical condition that causes decreases in a person’s bone density, which can lead to fractures of the hip, spine, or wrist following a fall or other trauma.

After a doctor confirms a person has osteoporosis, recommended treatments may include medications and lifestyle changes such as getting more exercise and increasing intake of calcium and vitamin D.

Women are more likely than men to experience osteoporosis due to age-related hormonal changes. For example, after menopause, a woman’s estrogen levels drop. Estrogen is one of the hormones responsible for stimulating osteoblasts, which are cells that promote bone growth.

Other osteoporosis risk factors include:

  • lack of bone-building vitamin D and calcium in the diet
  • smoking cigarettes
  • drinking alcohol excessively
  • being sedentary
  • having a too-low body weight
  • having a medical history of a parent who broke their hip

If a person has several of these risk factors, a doctor may recommend a bone density scan.

A bone density test is also called a dual energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA). The test is a non-invasive, painless X-ray scan of the hip and spine. A person does not need to do or wear anything special to get the test, and the entire scan typically takes 15 minutes or less.

Once a person has had a bone density test, a doctor trained in reading the scans will view the images and use calculations to assign a T-score, which compares a person’s current bone density to that of a healthy adult at age 30. Three T-score categories exist:

  • normal bone density: -1 or higher (such as 0 or +0.5)
  • low bone density: between -1 and -2.5
  • osteoporosis: -2.5 and lower

In addition to receiving a T-score, a person may also receive a Z-score. This is a score that compares a person’s bone density to someone of the person’s similar age and size. These scores are usually more effective in identifying bone density levels in children, teenagers, and younger men

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These factors make it more likely you’ll suffer longterm

Blood collection specialist Niilo Juntunen removes the IV from recovered coronavirus patient Monica Jacobs as she finishes donating convalescent plasma at the Central Seattle Donor Center of Bloodworks Northwest during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) global outbreak, in Seattle, Washington, September 2, 2020.

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A new study has identified the main factors that make it more likely that patients will suffer long term from the coronavirus.

“Long Covid” is the term given to people who had a confirmed (or suspected) coronavirus case and who recover from the initial infection but continue to suffer from a wide range of symptoms, from shortness of breath and migraines to chronic fatigue.

A new analysis by researchers at King’s College London, using data from the COVID Symptom Study app, shows “that one in 20 people with Covid-19 are likely to suffer symptoms for 8 weeks or more.”  

The study, published on Wednesday, looked at data from 4,182 users of the COVID Symptom Study app who had tested positive for the virus, and had been consistently logging their health.

The team found that older or overweight people, women, those with asthma and those with a greater number of different symptoms in the first week of their illness were more likely to develop “long Covid.”

Risk factors

Delving into the risk factors more closely, the study by King’s researchers found that long Covid affects around 10% of 18-49 year olds who become unwell with Covid-19, with the percentage of people affected rising to 22% for the over-70s.

Weight also plays a role, with it affecting people with a slightly higher average BMI (body mass index).

Women were much more likely to suffer from long Covid than men (14.5% compared with 9.5%), but only in the younger age group.

The researchers also found that people reporting a wide range of initial symptoms were more likely to develop long Covid, as were people with asthma, although there were no clear links to any other underlying health conditions.

As for the commonly reported symptoms of long Covid, the research identified two main symptom groupings; One was dominated by respiratory symptoms such as a cough and shortness of breath, fatigue and headaches.

The second grouping “was clearly multi-system, affecting many parts of the body, including the brain, gut and heart,” King’s noted.

Predictive model

The researchers have now used these findings, which are due to be published as a pre-print on Medrxiv (distributes unpublished eprints about health sciences) and have not yet been peer-reviewed, to develop a model that can predict who is most at risk of long Covid by looking at an individual’s age, gender, and count of early symptoms.

The lead researchers, Dr. Claire Steves and Professor Tim Spector, said the research could be used to help target early interventions and research aimed at preventing and treating long Covid.

“It’s important we use the knowledge we have gained from the first wave in the pandemic to reduce the long-term impact of the second,” Steves, a clinical

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