Embarking on the Frontier: A Comprehensive Study of various traditional Technologies and creating awareness about latest technologies for Breast Cancer Screening amongst various Hospitals in India

Year : 2024 | Volume :11 | Issue : 01 | Page : 80-86
By

Ariba Akhtar

Dickson Mendis

  1. Research Scholar Thakur Institute of Management Studies, Career Development & Research (TIMSCDR) Mumbai Maharashtra India
  2. Research Scholar Thakur Institute of Management Studies, Career Development & Research (TIMSCDR) Mumbai Maharashtra India

Abstract

This extensive study explores the landscape of conventional technologies used in Indian hospitals for Breast Cancer Screening. The study comprehensively examines commonly used techniques, including Mammography, Ultrasound and Clinical Breast Examination in order to provide a holistic understanding of existing screening methods. The study also investigates how well-informed medical facilities are on the newest technology in breast cancer screening, including AI based methods.

The acceptance rates and challenges involved with introducing cutting-edge technologies into current breast cancer screening procedures were analysed using data analysis throughout this study. This was conducted with the aim of bridging gaps pertaining to awareness surrounding advanced means of conducting screenings within healthcare settings across India. Ultimately, it is hoped that such insights will serve as a foundation on which targeted mass communication strategies can be developed along with instructional programs aimed at enhancing utilisation levels regarding state-of-the-art diagnostic tools specifically designed for assessing early-stage cancers among Indian patients suffering from these diseases.

Based upon its findings; it could positively influence prediction accuracy while facilitating timely interventions thus improving prognosis opportunities overall among individuals grappling intensified by varying forms or stages thereof through innovative tech-enabled measure taken up i.e., latest ways possible – auguring positive outlook shaping future design by contributing increasingly sophisticated measures geared at achieving desired outcomes serving needful communities wherever they exist globally without fail!

Keywords: Mammography; MammoAssist; MammoAlert; Niramai, breast cancer, screening, technology

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How to cite this article: Ariba Akhtar, Dickson Mendis. Embarking on the Frontier: A Comprehensive Study of various traditional Technologies and creating awareness about latest technologies for Breast Cancer Screening amongst various Hospitals in India. Emerging Trends in Chemical Engineering. 2024; 11(01):80-86.
How to cite this URL: Ariba Akhtar, Dickson Mendis. Embarking on the Frontier: A Comprehensive Study of various traditional Technologies and creating awareness about latest technologies for Breast Cancer Screening amongst various Hospitals in India. Emerging Trends in Chemical Engineering. 2024; 11(01):80-86. Available from: https://journals.stmjournals.com/etce/article=2024/view=148186





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Volume 11
Issue 01
Received April 12, 2024
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Published May 29, 2024