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New Approach Keeps Tumor Cells From Refueling

... School in Brussels. In other words, when these oxygenated cells choose between glucose and lactic acid, ... the gate through which lactic acid enters oxygenated cells -- a transporter protein called MCT1 ... group used a drug to block MCT1, preventing the oxygenated cells from using lactic acid as an energy source. ...

Southern California Surgical Center (heart411.com) Specializes in Mitral Valve Replacement

... procedure as well. The mitral valve is located in the upper left portion of the heart, and controls the flow of blood into the heart after being oxygenated by the lungs. Mitral valve replacement can be caused both by the mitral valve not closing enough and by the mitral valve not opening enough. ...

Nonin Medical Introduces Next-Generation Regional Oximeter at Euroanaesthesia 2009

... ischemia. The Model 7600 integrates Nonin's EQUANOX(TM) near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) regional oximetry technology to measure the balance of oxygenated and deoxygenated hemoglobin (HbO2 and Hb) in the cerebral cortex. The Model 7600's innovative sensor design effectively removes surface tissue ...

Certified Lab Tests Confirm the Activeion Pro Is a Sanitizing Device

... a small electrical charge, activating the water. Next, the activated water passes through an ion exchange membrane, where it is separated into an oxygenated mixture of positively and negatively charged nano-bubbles. Click here for a demonstration of how it works. When applied to a surface, the ...

Poor sleep quality leads to poorer prognosis after stroke

... and poorer outcomes following a stroke. But Stead noted it is more difficult for the brain and related tissue to heal when blood is not properly oxygenated during a disrupted sleep cycle. Furthermore, patients do not respond well to stroke rehabilitation programs when they are repeatedly sleep deprived. ...

Technique may help stem cells generate solid organs, Stanford study shows

... to a modified piece of equipment called a bioreactor designed to keep livers and kidneys healthy outside the body. The modified bioreactor pumps an oxygenated soup of nutrients into one vessel and recovers it from the other; Gurtner referred to it as a "kind of life support, or cardiopulmonary bypass, ...

Radiation before surgery improves pancreatic cancer outcomes

... if given prior to surgery, since radiation therapy is more effective in well-oxygenated tumor tissues. After surgery, tissue is frequently less well oxygenated due to the development of scar tissue," Dr. Sherr notes. Finally, patients are typically more able to easily tolerate radiation therapy before ...

Lactic acid found to fuel tumors

... unique for mediating lactate uptake," said Professor Olivier Feron of the UCL Unit of Pharmacology & Therapeutics. Blocking MCT1 did not kill the oxygenated cells, but it nudged their metabolism toward inefficiently burning glucose. Because the glucose was used more abundantly by the better-oxygenated ...

Women at Higher Risk for Pulmonary Hypertension

... who suffer from the condition can become tired, dizzy and short of breath, because the arteries feeding the lungs constrict and reduce the supply of oxygenated blood being circulating throughout the body. The new study was led by Dr. Adaani E. Frost from the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. He and ...

Cialis May Help Ease Pulmonary Hypertension

... who suffer from the condition can become tired, dizzy and short of breath, because the arteries feeding the lungs constrict and reduce the supply of oxygenated blood being circulating throughout the body. But Cialis "was found to improve exercise capacity, health-related quality of life, delay time to ...

Hydra Booster Energizes Ordinary Drinking Water for Better Absorption and Optimum Hydration, Stopping Symptoms of 'Hidden' Dehydration

... water products positioned to satisfy consumers' seemingly unquenchable thirst. Consumers can choose from magnetized, ionized, distilled and oxygenated water, as well as water that is chemically-altered water, ultra-purified, "micro-structured", alkalized and vitamin-infused - all marketed ...

Certain anti-cancer agents could be harmful to patients with heart disease

... the hedgehog pathway to modulate its signal and increase and decrease blood vessels on demand, providing a mechanism to ensure a constant supply of oxygenated blood for the energy-hungry cells of heart muscle." The researchers say that the role of hedgehog signaling in the vasculature of the heart means ...

Research presented at ISHLT shows promise of addressing critical organ shortage and

... functioning state. With OCS, the warm state mimics the environment of the human body during transport from organ donor to recipient. Nutrient rich, oxygenated blood is continuously pumped through the heart in order to maintain the organ in a living, beating state. Preserving an organ with this method ...

Respiratory Distress Treatment Studies Conflict

... teams, from Canada and France, used different techniques to determine those needs. "The Canadian study titrated PEEP based on the reading of how oxygenated the lung tissue was," explained Angus. "The French relied on more sophisticated measures. One was slightly simpler than the other, but both were ...

Two Hospitals Collaborate to Give Baby With Rare Heart Condition the Best Chance at Life

... only HLHS, but also with a rare variation of Intact Atrial Septum. "This rare variation of Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome is a condition where the oxygenated blood from the lungs cannot reach the baby's body," said Dr. Kovalchin. "If left untreated immediately after delivery, it is typically fatal." ...

Daiichi Sankyo, Lilly Announce New Prasugrel Head-to-Head Phase III Study Against Clopidogrel

... coronary arteries due to plaque. This plaque has the potential to rupture at any time and cause an arterial clot (thrombus) to form, which can block oxygenated blood from reaching the heart muscle. Antiplatelet medications help to reduce the incidence of this acute thrombus formation. "The announcement of ...

Yale hosts summit meeting on acute aortic diseases, Nov.1-2

... and $200 for Yale employees. The aorta is the largest artery in the body. It originates from the left ventricle of the heart, and brings oxygenated blood to all parts of the body. An aortic dissection, such as Ritter suffered, occurs when there is a tear in the wall of the aorta. Ritters ...

NYC-area 1st: Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital performs transcatheter pulmonary valve replacement

... the blood flow from the right ventricle to the pulmonary artery. For patients with this condition, their heart over-exerts itself trying to get oxygenated blood throughout the body. Additionally, they are at risk for arrhythmias and sudden death. As part of a comprehensive interventional cardiology ...

Exercise Intolerance In Heart Failure Patients Is Explored By Researchers

... With both types of heart failure, patients' bodies aren't getting enough oxygenated blood, which reduces their ability to perform everyday activities. But ... blood vessels that deliver flow or perhaps how the muscles are using the oxygenated blood,' said Greg Hundley, M.D., lead author and an associate professor of ...

Liquid Respiration Respirator For Premature Babies

... blood and the gases, O2 and CO2. The respirator syringes introduce the oxygenated perfluorocarbon to the very last alveoli. Here oxygen is released and ... part of the perfluorocarbon from the lungs and introduces the next oxygenated dose. The same machine carries out the removal of CO2 from the ...

High Blood Pressure Linked to Decreased Pain Perception in Heart Patients

... she drew on data collected from over 900 patients undergoing exercise stress testing to diagnose possible myocardial ischemia (MI), a condition where oxygenated blood is prevented from reaching the heart because an artery has become blocked or constricted. Generally, exercise should produce pain in ...

Investigating Coral Reefs to Help Understand Past and Future Climate Change

... the most precise records of sea-level changes. This is because corals always live within very strict ecological requirements. They need clear and oxygenated water, only live in the first 50m of the sea column, at temperatures ranging from 18-35 C and within the very narrow salinity range of 35-36 per ml. ...

Jefferson Researchers Want to Learn If Heart Defect 'at Heart' of Some Migraines

... from the right side of the heart to the left side of the heart via the PFO. Blood and material that travels through the PFO is not filtered or oxygenated and in this form may travel to the brain, which can trigger the changes in the blood vessels that underlies migraine. "Strokes, for example are ...

Watching With Intent to Repeat Ignites Key Learning Area of Brain

... able to monitor changes in activity throughout the entire brain while people think by taking advantage of differences in the magnetic properties of oxygenated and deoxygenated hemoglobin. These changes closely track underlying neural activity. The findings “implicate the parieto-frontal mirror system ...

Cardiocerebral Resuscitation, A New Technique For Out-Of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest

... to current AHA guidelines, 30 chest compressions are delivered, followed by two mouth-to-mouth breaths. While the responder presses on the chest, oxygenated blood is moved through the body and delivered to the organs. 'But when you stop chest compressions to give mouth-to-mouth ventilations, no blood ...

Abdomen Can Help In Gas Exchange In Lung Failure

... in Chest (http://www.chestjournal.org/), the journal of the American College of Chest Physicians. The article is titled "Peritoneal Perfusion with oxygenated Perfluorocarbon Augments Systemic Oxygenation." Co-authors are Shamus Carr and Joshua Collins of Penn, as well as Joshua Cantor, Atul Rao, and Thiru ...

Tiny Easy Fitting Pump May Be The Answer For Major Open Heart Surgery

... would the device help in increasing the flow of blood to the heart, they said that it would also help to relieve the pressure on the heart by pumping oxygenated blood to the other organs in the body. The scientists said that with this new invention the patients would be able to leave hospital within a ...

Aluminium and Iron Could Play a Vital Role in Multiple Sclerosis

... the more advanced secondary progressive form with 20 people who did not have the disease. The metal iron has been linked with acceleration of oxygenated damage and hence the iron levels were significantly higher in people with secondary progressive form of the disease. On the other hand people ...

Chennai Hospital Treats Pakistani Blue Baby

... city of Chennai at the Sri M.G. Ramachandra Medical College and Hospital.// Fifteen-month-old Maxwell Qayyum was suffering from a restricted flow of oxygenated blood. He was operated upon in Chennai, and he is reported to be recovering. Dr. K.R. Balakrishnan, a cardiologist, along with a team of ...

Say no to detox tablets

... for excretion. Scientists stated that the entire detox package including the various juices, herbal extracts, socks, body wraps, special food, oxygenated water etc are not effective when compared to the natural techniques. Money is being wasted on all these detox products and it results in a total ...

A Benefit In Disguise

... or re-narrowing of the arteries. Peripheral artery disease(PAD) is a narrowing or blockage in the arteries that causes an insufficient flow of oxygenated blood to the arms and legs. Doctors treat PAD with angioplasty, a minimally invasive procedure where a balloon is threaded to the site and inflated. ...
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