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Mechanical Heart

... hour operation, a US hospital has announced. The revolutionary procedure is the first major advance in the development of an artificial replacement heart in nearly two decades. If successful, the device could help thousands of patients who die each year waiting for a heart transplant. Patients considered for th...

ZYDUS enters female health care segment

...edabad based pharmaceutical company has launched a revolutionary drug, Bonmax (raloxifene hydrochloride) consolidating its presence in the female healthcare segment. Bonmax is used in the prevention and treatment of postmenopausal osteoporosis (PMO). The drug comes as third generation drug which not only safe but ...

Stent shows promise in keeping arteries open

... next year. This is a very hot issue, surprisingly revolutionary in the treatment of coronary artery disease. During angioplasty, doctors guiding tiny balloons through clogged heart arteries, then inflate them briefly to open up blood flow. Frequently, the arteries squeeze shut again. In recent years, doctors hav...

Researchers trick Alzheimer's Enzyme

...t George Mason University in Fairfax, is indeed a revolutionary method in rational drug design."It may have great applicability to improving the specificity of drugs, particularly those currently used in the treatment of neurological and psychiatric diseases." Molecular drug designers make inhibitor molecules th...

The importance of vaccines

...felt that governments and societies must implement revolutionary changes in their approach to vaccines and preventive medicine if they want to ensure the health and welfare of their citizens.// Rino Rappuoli, Henry J. Miller, and Stanley Falkow, felt that vaccination is considered the most effective medical interv...

Abortion made easy pill causes alarm in state

...ve-star meals ostensibly to introduce them to “the revolutionary approach to medical abortion”, the tribe is clearly a worried lot. In a state which has at least 40 per cent of abortions carried out by quacks, this ‘abortion-made-easy’ approach will only spell disaster, they believe. Since 2 months this issue has...

Apollo inaugurates centre for back and neck pain

...man of Apollo Hospitals told the press that DBC, a revolutionary concept resulting from over 25 years of international research, is patented by the noted specialist Dr Simo Taimela of Finland who has already set up 55 such centres across the world. Dr Taimela felt that the concept uses the latest course to chroni...

Scientists open the book of life

...al platform for understanding ourselves from which revolutionary progress will be made in biomedical sciences and in the health and welfare of humankind". The group, along with a competing private effort, completed a rough draft of the genome in 2000, but the draft included thousands of gaps in the long sequence o...

Alcohol more harmful to women

...l not as frequently as men do. This will have a revolutionary impact on the general alcohol consumption pattern if men and women. Therefore it becomes more important to prevent alcohol consumption while and before pregnancy. It might have adverse effects on the child as well. The experimental group consisted ...

An Anti-cancer Smart Bomb delivered using a Nanocell

...noma and lung cancer have the potential of being a revolutionary form of drug delivery mechanism in cancers. The drugs that can kill cancer cells are available however they cannot be given in a high dose due to their side effects. However the double-acting, drug-packing "nanocell" can prove to be effective and saf...

Worried About The Sensitive Skin Of Your 2 Year Old? Fetal Skin Cells To Offer Help

...ung children with severe // scalding injuries. The revolutionary procedure avoids the need to remove a patch of ones own skin for a graft. The skin cells that are taken from an aborted fetus and grown in the lab into a sheet-like covering, is said to act like a “biological Band-Aid”. The fetal cells were expected...

Percutaneous aortic valve replacement- a revolution in Cardiac Surgery

...al) that will help to determine the future of this revolutionary and promising interventional cardiology procedure. If technical hurdles regarding the surgical procedure are overcome, then the option could be made more feasible in high-risk cardiac patients....

Stem Cells Can Be Used To Kill Cancer Cells

...ic stem cells in the laboratory in what could be a revolutionary method of treating several types of cancer//. The report of this discovery is to appear in the October 15 issue of the Journal of Immunology. The researchers were able to harvest "natural killer" cells from the stem cells in the laboratory. These n...

Hip Replacement Can Now Be Performed On Virtual Patients

...e, the cause of which is largely unknown. With the revolutionary development, surgeons can now test the effectiveness of different implants on the same individual. The device semi-automatic modeling function that takes data from CT scans to make a virtual reconstruction of an individual patients' muscle tissue. ...

Help at hand for RRMS patients

A revolutionary research study hints at the evidence that COPAXONE? (glatiramer acetate injection) may offer protection from axonal injury and induced neuronal metabolic recovery in patients with relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS). // COPAXONE? (glatira...

Prostate Cancer Can Be Treated By Application Of LASER Technology

A revolutionary technology for prostate cancer is being used in a leading private hospital in New Delhi. They are treating prostate problems by using new laser technology. This will pave way for further 'bloodless' surgeries. // Sir Ganga Ram Hospital Wednesday said...

Scientists Discover Secret Of Curly Hair

...ard concluded. The finding could pave the way to revolutionary drugs that can control hair shape, according to Bernard. "We can hope to straighten African hair more easily without damaging the fibers or, conversely, put in a curl in straight hair using gentle methods," the researchers wrote. "Effectively, th...

A Trip To Mars And Back To Take Five Hours

...warp speed' using a concept called hyperdrive. The revolutionary form of propulsion can help them reach the moon in a matter of minutes. The idea is to create an intense magnetic field that would produce an anti-gravity force and propel the craft faster through space. The Star Trek-style flights, however, ar...

Prediction of malaria epidemics possible!

... they should brace for a malaria outbreak. This revolutionary discovery appears in the Journal Nature. <br...

Florida State University declares a breathtaking study which might solve the Hepatitis C Virus maze and find a cure!

...ls become crowded and stopped dividing. This is a revolutionary study and will pave a way for further research in the direction of development of anti-viral therapies for HCV as well as for related RNA viruses such as West Nile and influenza. The test that they have developed can quickly and easily monitor HCV ...

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