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New drug to treat Heart Attack and damaged tissue

... leads to the development of new drugs to save the damaged tissue and treat heart attack. During Ischemia / Reperfusion, Early growth response gene (Egr –1) level increases and acts like a common link between the pathways lead to tissue injury, such as the stimulation of chemokines, adhesion receptor molecul...

Now umbilical cord helps in stroke treatment.

...erson suffers a stroke. How these cells rewire the damaged brain cells is still unclear but this breakthrough is sure to change the treatment of stroke victims in a big way....

Liver donors can thrive after transplant

... need of liver donations include those with livers damaged by hepatitis C, cancer, alcohol consumption or primary biliary cirrhosis, a disease of the liver and bile ducts. Potential liver donors are generally limited to family members, spouses or close friends. While an exact genetic match between donor and ...

Protein in urine foresees heart disease

...ood vessels. "The endothelial cells may already be damaged and malfunctioning at the early stage of heart disease when there are no symptoms," says Jan Dirk Banga, M.D., Ph.D., co-author of the report. In this particular study which involved around 12000 women, it was found that those in the top group had m...

Arthroscopy for Ankles

...cal procedure widely used on knees can also repair damaged ankles claim the researchers. Arthroscopy may be ...its compared with conventional surgery in treating damaged ankles, including eliminating the need for large incisions. "To do anything in a joint requires that...

Silicon eye implants

...ht into electrical impulses and works by replacing damaged photoreceptors,the light-sensing cells of the eye.The chip cannot help people with blindness caused by severe glaucoma or diabetes....

Recouping blood flow after a stroke

...r stroke, which helps to restore blood flow in the damaged area. The brain tries to heal itself after a strok...and wider than blood vessels located away from the damaged area. They took over the blood supply function of the blocked vessel that had caused the stroke. Th...

New test for heart attack

...lobin - which are released into the circulation by damaged heart tissue. Along with a patient history and an echocardiogram this can rule out a heart attack in just 90 minutes, compared to six to 24 hours for existing methods. The new test was used on 1,285 emergency room patients with chest pain over a ni...

UV Radiation induces Melanoma

... rapid proliferation increases the chance that DNA damaged cells will reproduce and take hold, producing a tumour. Melanoma accounts for roughly 10% of reported cases of skin cancer and can spread rapidly throughout the body, forming secondary tumours in the liver, lungs, bone or brain....

For healthy lungs

...oxidants have also been shown to encourage already damaged cells to "commit suicide". The research is published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute....

Photographs for Diagnosis

...re caused by brain cell death due to bleeding from damaged blood vessels. Over 500,000 people suffer strokes every year in the Asia alone. Retinal scans are simple, non-invasive procedures (Photo: National Eye Institute, National Institutes of Health) Drugs that are effective at preventing stroke in high...

Beer does good

...ia found in the cells of the outer lens of eye are damaged in this way it can lead to the development of cataracts. Dr John Trevithick, who presented the research to the International Chemical Conference of Pacific Basin Societies in Honolulu on Sunday, said the ingredients in the beer could help. "Antioxi...

Photographs as a parameter

...re caused by brain cell death due to bleeding from damaged blood vessels. Drugs that are effective at preventing stroke in high-risk patients are available, so doctors are keen to identify people with changes to their network of blood vessels - their vascular system - that make them more likely to suffer...

First Artificial Heart patient has Major setback

...rt suffered bleeding in his brain in the same area damaged by a stroke 10 days ago. The latest setback caused swelling and made the patient, Robert Tools, 59, of Franklin, Kentucky, less responsive, implant surgeon Laman Gray said. // Robert Tools received the AbioCor mechanical heart on July 2 at Jewish H...

Protein signals need for heart surgery

Elevated levels of a protein released by damaged heart tissue may be a helpful signal for doctors to treat heart symptoms aggressively with surgery. Performing heart bypass surgery or angioplasty on patients with elevated levels of the protein troponin reduced mortality rates by an estimated 40 per...

Genes for Vision discovered

...d when -could even lead to ways to replace dead or damaged cells. “Can we manipulate these genes in such a way to coax stem cells to becoem photoreceptors?” she said. A little more than half of the mutant genes for degenerative diseases of the retina had been identified when Cepko began his study. Using a ...

Body can reshape heart damage

... The realization that the body works to repair a damaged heart much as it does other organs came after Dr. Federico Quaini and his colleagues examined tissue from eight men who had received heart transplants from women. Because female cells lack the Y chromosome that carries the genetic code for male chara...

Control of inflammation

...due to prolonged inflammation oxygen levels in the damaged area fall. This leads to increased amounts of adenosine outside cells. Dr. Sitkovsky theorised that the excess adenosine binds to the adenosine receptors, which then initiate a chain reaction that slows and eventually stops inflammation. <br...

Sex exploitation connected to Schizophrenia

...fering from the disease and their families will be damaged by the study. According to Crowe more research needs to be done to find out the true cause of schizophrenia. Fred tthought that childhood trauma can cause changes to the brain that affect its ability to handle stress. According to him some people a...

Organs made from cloned embryos

...earch is to find replacement parts for worn out or damaged human organs, starting with cells from test-tube embryos that are genetic twins of the recipient. Researches hope eventually to construct new organs that are genetically identical to the recipient's own body. This would eliminate the need for ordinar...

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