Dr Khaled Abuhaleeqa, believed to be the Emirati ocular oncologist, was recently honoured with the ‘Young Surgeon of the Year’ award during Arab Health 2014 in Dubai.
Dr Abuhaleeqa, 39, is also a consultant ophtalmologist, o
The Arab Health Exhibition & Congress, the Middle East’s largest healthcare expo, which opened yesterday (January 27) in Dubai has witnessed a record number of new product and solution launches.
With more than 3900 exhib
A record 3,900 companies from more than 60 countries are taking part in the 39th Arab Health Exhibition & Congress which opened its door today (January 27) at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre.
Zebra Technologies, a market leader in marking and printing technologies, has launched a unique healthcare wristband solution at the ongoing Arab Health 2014, a leading healthcare exhibition and medical congress, in Dubai.
GE Healthcare is putting the spotlight on a wide range of the latest technologies and solutions at Arab Health2014, the Middle East and Africa’s premier healthcare conference, opening in Dubai tomorrow (January 27).
Massive progress has taken place in the Mena region's healthcare sector with the average age of death in the region increasing by up to 30 years, a report said.
In addition to this, overeating now causes more health issues than hung
The American Hospital Dubai (AHD) will showcase medical innovations while senior physicians support medical conferences at the upcoming Arab Health 2014, a leading healthcare and congress in Dubai.
Arab Health 2014 is set to open
Companies at the French pavilion of the Arab Health-Medlab exhibition in Dubai will showcase their products on an extended area.
The 104 French companies attending the exhibition will showcase their medical systems in the area spl
Philip Chapper and Company, a leading pharmaceutical and medical equipment supplier, is set to showcase its new non-invasive blood sugar monitoring device for people with diabetes at the upcoming Arab Health 2014 in Dubai.
Communicable diseases remain a concern to the GCC states, emphasising the urgent need for effective surveillance and control in the region, said a top official.
“The spread of communicable disease among expatriate workers ca