One in three diabetic patients develop retinopathy, a silent disease that can cause blindness, but is poorly understood by physicians at public health institutions.
Due to the increasing penetration of smartphones and tablets among the population of the country, the health industry has found in mobile technology a solution for care and monitoring.
The theft in medicines has led to the loss of approximately USD2.7 million and, also contributes to the rise of illegal trade of these products in the open market (street vendors and internet).
Pharmaceutical companies across the globe earn multi-million dollars by raising the price of their medicines arbitrarily.
Government of Mexico City advances its strategy in digitizing health services. Carlos Slim Foundation signed an agreement with the government for digitizing a patient data from "El Médico en tu Casa".
In Mexico, seven out of 10 deaths are associated with overweight and obesity. Amongst the Latin American countries, Mexico ranks first in childhood obesity.
Albeit Mexico’s currency depreciation in 2015 and 2016, the market for medical equipment, devices and consumables grew by 8% per year in volume, going from 2.0 billion units in 2014 to 2.4 [...]
The National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), the National Council of Science and Technology (CONACYT) and the Ministry of Health (SSA) have agreed to create a Research Consortium in [...]
The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has led to the transformation of Tijuana to become the world capital in the manufacture of medical devices.
Summary for the mailer: Top federal authorities from Mexico have showed their anguish over Trump. According to them, the close cooperation has been built by two neighbors over the years, but, USA [...]