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Lasik Device To Correct Bifocal Vision Approved

...tration . Advanced Medical Optics Inc. claims the invention is the first Lasik device to correct one of a patient's eyes to see far (myopia) and the other eye to see objects close-up (presbyopia). According to the FDA the instrument works by correcting all the nearsightedness to help distance vision in a ...

US Whizkids Create Eco-friendly Building Material from Mushroom

...al blend found in potting soil. They're hoping the invention will soon be part of the growing market for eco-friendly products. Bringing the insulation to market is still at least a year away though, said McIntyre, and will require much more research and work, not to mention more sophisticated equipment and ...

Yoga Enthusiasts Oppose Patenting Yoga Overseas

... the capital, told IANS Wednesday. "Patenting an invention is understood but patenting organic matter like turmeric, neem and then knowledge like yoga is very unfortunate," he added. Saying that yoga belongs to the country and the entire human race, yoga guru Swami Ramdev also echoed Johar's thoughts on th...

New Invention to Detect Blood Clots

...arma is using is called the Infrascanner. This new invention is a portable imaging device which uses Near Infra... injury where speed is the essence, this wonderful invention can help detect the clot and save a precious life. In case of head injury the CAT scan is the usua...

MRI Robotic Biopsies Simplified by PneuStep

... the Johns Hopkins Urology Robotics Lab report the invention of a motor without metal or electricity that can safely power remote-controlled // robotic medical devices used for cancer biopsies and therapies guided by magnetic resonance imaging. The motor that drives the devices can be so precisely controlled b...

Simple Breath Test may Detect Lung Cancer

...oy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation, has welcomed the invention "There is a desperate need to get people diagnosed earlier. "At the moment we rely on people coming forward with symptoms, or a suspect chest x-ray picked up purely by chance.” In the past, scientists have used highly sensitive machines such a...

Bionic Eye may Restore Sight to the Blind

... Southern California have improved upon a previous invention released in 2002; a prototype artificial retina. They plan to start clinical studies for the development of its successor, the Argus II Retinal Prosthesis System. According to them, the improved version is smaller and much more efficient. The ‘m...

Pill-Sized Robot Tests Tumours In Body

...,000 images of the intestines. The extraordinary invention by Alex Zivanovic of Imperial College, London, and other researchers, it is funded by the European Union to the tune of around 1.8 million pounds ($3.5 million). Source-IANS...

First Keyhole Heart Valve Surgery Scheduled in Britain

...e within a few days. This technique is the biggest invention in cardiology over the last 30 years. “Many patients in the future will be able to have heart valves replaced percutaneously [through the skin] in a catheter lab rather than having to endure open-heart surgery.” The work of heart surgeons is made...

New Test for Treatment of AIDS

It is an invention that should be hailed among doctors treating AIDS, and their patients//. About 10 to 20 percent of AIDS victims are resistant to drugs used in treating them. In other words the strain of HIV affecting them has developed some mutation or genetic cha...

YouTube’s Latest Use-Offering Medical Advic

... home video clips. All net lovers acclaimed it the invention of the year 2006. Experts from diverse fields// have put this novel invention to all possible uses. A medical practice in rural Wales have started using the website to get acro...

NRI Doctor's R&D Model in India to Slash Cost of Drugs

...wspaper that it was time that the monopoly on drug invention and production by multinational corporations - which charge high prices because they need to make big profits for their shareholders - was broken. "The pharmaceutical industry has convinced us that we have to spend billions of pounds to invent eac...

Drugs Delivery Revolutionized by Extremely Stable Glass

... has been achieved. This is made possible with the invention of unusually strong and stable glass made from organic material.// It can be coated with drugs and then chilled. The journal Science has reported the advanced processing by researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the National Instit...

Blame Myelin for Many Neuropsychiatric Disorders

...rders and Alzheimer's Disease Clinic, is “a recent invention of evolution. Vertebrates have it; invertebrates don't. And humans have more than any other species.” Bartzokis studied the reported effects of cholinergic treatments, using drugs that are known to improve a neuron’s synaptic signaling in people w...

Garlic compound may help treat cancer

...Karunagaran said. The main clue from the present invention is that a composition comprising a garlic organosulphur compound together with an anti-cancer agent may work well for treatment of tumors, he said. However, these data are mainly based on in vitro studies and extending them to the patient level tak...

Solar vaccine cooler invented by Indian Scientist

...s situation will soon be resolved// because of the invention of an Indian scientist. SolarChill, a vaccine cooler has been developed by Rajendra Shende under the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). This solar vaccine cooler is expected to be of much use especially in rural parts where electricity is...

Lice now dried to death by novel dryer

...stened Louse Buster by the masterminds behind this invention who are optimistic about launching their product in the market in a span of two years for schools and other educational institutions across United States as soon as it is passed by regulatory officials in the USA. A biology professor Dale Clayton l...

IBS Sufferers Benefited by Non-Absorbable Antibiotics

...s to this discovery and has licensed rights to the invention to Salix. NLA...

Fighting AIDS – a joint venture of the rich and the poor

...tries. In fact, development is interdependent. The invention of ingenious syringes that block after one use was prompted by the vaccination drives in poor countries. Oil and mining companies in the West can be urged to reveal royalty and tax payments to poor governments in their financial statements. This will...

Gene variants hold clues about vulnerability to cardiovascular disease

...isease. This finding may also show the way for the invention of genetic tests that can forecast an individual’s likelihood of developing coronary artery disease, the scientists said. "We hope that one day it will be possible to use these gene variations to predict who is susceptible to cardiovascular disease...

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