Noor Newsletter January 2024
Arab Health (29/1-1/2/2024)
A delegation from Noor Scientific & Trade left Cairo for Dubai to attend the Arab Health 2024 exhibition held during the period 29 January – 1 February 2024. The purpose of the visit is to explore fresh innovations and ground-breaking solutions showcased by industry leaders from around the world, and to foster new and existing partnerships with the world of healthcare.
The event provides the opportunity to source the latest products, to expand the product portfolio and to build personal and brand reputation to secure exclusive distribution rights.
24 January – International Day of Education
The International Day of Education is observed on 24 January every year to support transformative actions for inclusive, equitable, and quality education for all.
Product Of The Month
Made of stainless steel and ABS.
Integrated 7” colour touch panel, simple and intuitive.
Communication via Ethernet connection for remote control.
Vaporizer capacity from 5 to 10 gr/min.
Reports exported via USB port.
Automatic cycle adjusted according to H2O2 ppm level.
Catalyst with integrated blower with nominal airflow up to 650 m3/h.
Hospitals and healthcare facilities
Dental and medical clinics
Biomedical research facilities
What is patient engagement system?
Patient engagement involves encouraging patients to make informed decisions about their own health. Engaged patients are also known as “activated patients,” meaning they engage in positive behavior like managing their own health and care. This helps improve health outcomes and achieve lower costs.
Increased knowledge and understanding encourages patients to become actively engaged in their own health, well-being, and healthcare choices, leading to improved care and fewer ER visits. In addition to improving care, patient engagement also has financial benefits as it reduces no-shows, aids in increasing revenue, and maintains your patient base. By collaborating and engaging with patients in the decision-making process, healthcare providers can make better decisions regarding a patient’s health, improving the patient-provider relationship, and overall patient retention. Physicians are better able to treat patients in the most effective way possible, ultimately becoming more time and cost efficient. “WebMD Ignite”
The oceans produce the majority of the oxygen on Earth.
According to the National Oceanic Service, we can thank plant-based marine organisms for all that fresh air. More than half of the world’s oxygen is produced by plankton, seaweed, and other photosynthesizers.
All of earth’s oxygen does not come from trees. Rather, the atmospheric oxygen that we depend on as humans comes predominantly from the ocean. According to National Geographic, about 70% of the oxygen in the atmosphere comes from marine plants and plant-like organisms. “National Ocean Services”
History of Science
Every major field of science has benefited from the use of some form of microscope, an invention that dates back to the late 16th century (1950s) and a modest Dutch eyeglass maker named Zacharias Janssen. While extremely rough in image quality and magnification compared to modern versions, the Janssen microscope was nonetheless a seminal advance in scientific instrumentation.
Janssen was the son of a spectacle maker named Hans Janssen, in Middleburg, Holland, and while Zacharias is credited with inventing the compound microscope, most historians surmise that his father must have played a vital role, since Zacharias was still in his teens in the 1590s. At that time, eyeglasses were beginning to be used widely among the populace, focusing a great deal of attention on optics and lenses. In fact, some historians credit both the Janssens and a fellow Dutch eyeglass maker, Hans Lippershey, with concurrent, though independent, invention of the microscope.
“American Physical Society”