Monthly Archives: February 2012

Why Treatment in India ?

Medical tourism in India 1) medical tourism in india is Cost Competitive: Today, with the rise in the healthcare industry, India understands its potential in the market and offers tailor-made healthcare services at almost lowest cost compared to any other country.


Biomedicine is a broad field of study that concerns itself with the theoretical aspects of medicine. Biomedicine draws from research and history in the fields of human and veterinary medicine, as well as a number of related disciplines,

Robotic surgery

Robotic surgery is a technique in which a surgeon performs surgery using a computer that remotely controls very small instruments attached to a robot.


Telemedicine is the ability to provide interactive healthcare utilizing modern technology and telecommunications.” Basically, Telemedicine allows patients to visit with physicians live over video for immediate care or capture video/still images


Nanomedicine may be defined as the monitoring, repair, construction and control of human biological systems at the molecular level, using engineered nanodevices and nanostructures.

Molecular Medicine

Molecular medicine involves applying knowledge about the molecular basis of disease and how new clinical practices can be brought to bear. It includes practices, such as interventions on the cellular and/or DNA level

Medical tourism from China gets boost

Staff Writer, with CNA The number of Chinese visitors coming to Taiwan is expected to hit a new high this year with the introduction of a medical visa, medical institutions said yesterday.

Integrated strategy key to Taiwan’s medical tourism: operators

  2012/02/08 11:52:11 Taipei, Feb. 8 (CNA) Medical tourism providers are pushing for a more integrated strategy to lure potential customers from China as the effect of a policy allowing independent Chinese travelers to visit the country has been limited.

A very healthy prognosis

Medical tourists are flocking to India as it offers quality care at little cost MEDICAL tourism in India is flourishing. According to the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), some 600,000 medical tourists arrived in India in 2010 (up from 150,000 in 2005). This is estimated to […]