Mario Nacinovich

Profession: Medical journalist

My articles:

Emerging Trends in Healthcare

From science fiction to healthcare reality, future trends in healthcare are upon us – from big data to precision medicine and telehealth. Our panel and the audience explored how convergence is central to the future of medical technology innovation. more...

16.11.2015

Treating T1D with Transplantation + Immunomodulation

Diabetes mellitus type 1 (T1D) remains an incredibly complex and dynamic interchange of environmental, epigenetic, and genetic causes. Jordanian researchers are developing a novel treatment using autologous stem cell transplantation combined with immunomodulation to more...

05.10.2015

Managing Patients At-Risk of Statin-induced Myopathy

While researchers have evidence from case-control studies and clinical trials reporting an association between genetic variants of the SLCO1B1 gene and statin myopathy, genetic testing for the presence of these variants continue to be deliberated among clinicians and more...

14.09.2015

Pinpointing the Perplexity of Preeclampsia

Preeclampsia, a hypertensive disorder of pregnancy (HDP), is a leading cause of maternal and perinatal mortality and morbidity. Ten million women develop preeclampsia each year but definition is difficult as it depends on an unreliable assessment of symptoms. more...

05.05.2015

The CRE Path: Easily Resisted to Hard to Kill

Carbapenem-resistance in Gram-negative bacilli limits antibiotic choice for lethal infections. With carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) increasing globally, enhancements are desperately needed in understanding, prevention, and control. more...

20.03.2015

An Unknown Majesty in Cardiovascular Medicine

What happens when a drug candidate in cardiovascular medicine is prematurely terminated? What if the drug responses vary across genetic profiles? Thanks to the researchers at the Montreal Heart Institute, we have now witnessed a world’s first in cardiovascular more...

20.02.2015

AIDS-Free Generation: Success Story in the Making

Key stakeholders from developed and developing countries continue to pursue new strategies to reduce the global disease burden of HIV. One key approach to help reduce HIV prevalence is to advance all aspects surrounding the prevention of mother-to-child transmission. more...

20.11.2014

Copyright © 2019 DocCheck Medical Services GmbH
Language:
Follow DocCheck: