Asthma and COPD are clearly differentiated… on paper. But in real life, diagnosing one or the other isn’t as straightforward as the books say. It is very common for patients to present symptoms that are very common in both diseases.
While, years ago, electrocardiographs did not have a keyboard, screen, or even a battery, nor could they acquire 12 leads simultaneously, today, they are industry standards. That is how far-reaching the inventions of our founder, Alfred E. Schiller, have been.
Portable CT scanners are a unique development in the field of medical technology that allow for high-quality imaging without requiring the patient to be moved to a separate location. This innovative technology has revolutionized the way medical professionals can diagnose.
For the first time in India, MIOT Neurosurgeons utilized the natural folding of the eyelid to reach a 4 cm, giant brain tumour without any damage to the eye. Conventionally, such brain tumours require a large opening in the head, leaving deep and ugly scars. Experts at MIOT International, Chennai devised an innovative and novel strategy to remove such a large tumour using a keyhole approach, leaving no scars.
At SCHILLER “Woman Empowerment” is not just a jargon but a practice we abide by earnestly. Our manufacturing facility at Vizag has an all-woman team that is in charge of the production and packaging of our SOLUS and TRUSCOPE range of monitors
ROSA (Robotic Stereotactic Assistance) is a robotic assistant that helps surgeons in planning and performing complex neurosurgical procedures in a minimally invasive manner. It facilitates fast, accurate and minimally invasive neurosurgery. Dr. Ashok Pillai
Every year, more than 7 million people fall victim to a sudden cardiac arrest, worldwide. A sudden cardiac arrest can hit anyone, anywhere and at any time. Defibrillation delivers electrical energy to the heart, restoring a proper heart rhythm. A defibrillator in combination with
Occlusion of the coronary arteries that supply oxygenated blood to the heart muscle is referred to as ischemic heart disease (IHD). IHD is the most common, serious, chronic, life-threatening illness in the developed world. Currently, the most widely used tool for diagnosing IHD is the electrocardiogram (ECG). Specific changes in the ECG recorded during physical…