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New scalpel probes into cancer

...e peaks and valleys that clearly depict when blood pumped from the incision has been cleared of cancerous cells. In a surgical scalpel situation, an aspirator would vacuum fluid from the incision to the microcavity laser enclosed in the scalpel's handle. Information would then be transmitted from the scalp...

A Chinese herb kills cancer cells

...that healthy cells. Professor Henry and his team pumped up breast cancer //cells with iron and then introduced artemisinin and found that after 10 hours all the cells were dead. With leukaemia cells, which can concentrate up to 1020 times more iron than healthy cells, the results were even more dramatic -...

Chew to improve memory

...beat, which causes more oxygen and nutrients to be pumped into the brain. The other is that it triggers the production of insulin, which stimulates a part of the brain involved in memory. Dr Andrew Scholey, who carried out the study, said: "When you chew, the body releases insulin, which is probably a condi...

Bones repair themselves with bone marrow cells

...s system, fluid containing nutrients and oxygen is pumped top-down through the mesh, whilst at the same time...or whether altering the rate at which the fluid is pumped through the mesh could influence the cell growth, are yet be analysed. Also, all of the experiments ...

Gene defect linked to dilated cardiomyopathy(DCM)

...m a reservoir inside into the muscle cell and then pumped back quickly. Scientists have discovered that some people with inherited DCM show a subtle mutation in their phospholamban gene. Patients with DCM may suffer with tiredness, and shortness of breath whilst exercising or even whilst resting. They may h...

Electronic nose by Italian scientists

...g which is connected to a tube. The breath is then pumped inside the cube and hence into the sensors. The sensors identify the various substances by// sniffing the breath and then by sending the real time data to a computer. The computer then identifies specific odor by a personal ID. Having conducted the...

Bone Marrow Cells Help Heart Attack Patients

... 3.3 centimeters per second. The fraction of blood pumped out of the heart rose from 55 percent to 65 percent in the stem cell group. Their glucose uptake also increased from 47 percent to 58 percent. Researchers say these improvements show transplanted stem cells are associated with new heart muscle and b...

Treating Blocked Arteries In The Lower Limbs

...d to the site of the blocked artery. The vessel is pumped open by a tiny balloon, and the stent is inserted to hold open the blood vessel. Until the stent was introduced 10 years ago, the only way to open up such vessels was surgically bypassing the blockage with a healthy vein or artery....

Viagra Also Found To Be Effective For Treatment of Lung Diseases

..., disappears from the body so fast that it must be pumped in 24 hours a day. The catheter used poses a risk of infection, and users must carry a small pump and mix a fresh batch of the drug every day. Another of the new drugs, Remodulin, is a form of prostacyclin infused under the skin rather than through...

Peppermint or cinnamon smell can make drivers more alert

...e with the help of an oxygen concentrator and were pumped for 30 seconds after every fifteen minutes at a very low flow, of about 1.3l per minute. Both the cinnamon and peppermint smell increases the ratings of alertness in comparison to the control situation. Researchers of the study think that periodic...

Pollution Free Hydrogen based fuel for Energy

...k at making hydrogen fuel cells. Hydrogen would be pumped into fuel cells and the hydrogen would reacts with oxygen to produce water and energy. A chemical reaction rather than a combustion mechanism and this would be pollution free. A similar mechanism is already followed by plants to make energy by the pr...

Dengue fever in Delhi after the Monsoon

...e, which in turn increases the heartbeat. Blood is pumped faster resulting in more hemorrhage and the heart becomes overworked. Dengue infection weakens the wall of the blood vessels resulting in plasma leakage; disease suppresses the production of platelets that help in the clotting of blood. If the proces...

Fewer Breast Cancer Patients to Get Chemo

...he cancer or the more it’s spread, more the poison pumped into the veins of women to kill it. But this approach has undergone a sea change in 2004. According to guidelines recently adopted in Europe unveiled this weekend at a conference in Texas, very few women with breast cancer get chemotherapy in future...

Lead levels in disturbed soil post-Katrina unsafe

...ricane struck and after most of the water had been pumped from the city. The sampling included 14 different sites in the New Orleans area and focused mainly on the sediment and soil. "The purpose of this study is to gather more extensive samples and establish baseline data for evaluation of the long-term...

Inadequate labeling in sandwiches sold at UK supermarkets

... are paying for. Are they paying for meat, or meat pumped up with water, preservatives and starch?", were the words of Jaclyn Clarabut, prime investigator ...

New technique to save more lives

... completion of the surgery the blood is warmed and pumped back into the body. This enables the patient to come back to the reality. This experiment was successfully carried out in pigs and is anticipated to work well in case of human trials. The findings were reported in the New Scientist Magazine. It ...

Link Between Obesity And Heart Disease Revealed

... cells. The researchers suspect that the chemicals pumped out by the fat cells surrounding the coronary arteries might play a role in triggering heart disease by contributing to the deterioration of these vessels. Lead researcher Lynn Stoll said: "The fat cells surrounding coronary arteries may ultimatel...

Contraceptive Use on the Decline among the Poor

...his is a very sad sate and some efforts have to be pumped in order to increase the contraceptive use and decline abortions. ...

Cardiogenic Shock is the Leading Cause of Death for Heart Attack Patients

... shock, which can reduce the amount of blood to be pumped to the vital organs. As a result blood pressure shoots up, the skin becomes cool and body’s organs stop functioning. It is said that cardiogenic shock is the leading cause of death for heart attack patients with nearly 60% of them will not survive. ...

Angola Warned of Recurrent Cholera Outbreaks

...es about 80 percent of Luandans where the water is pumped from heavily used rivers flowing through densely populated urban areas into ancient, broken tankers for distribution throughout the city. Following the end of the 27-year civil war in 2002 Luanda’s population has exploded to between 4 and 7 million....

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