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Signalife Recorder Transmits Heart Rate Data From Champ Car Driver in Real-Time

...efit from the recorded ECG data as they can better tailor physical training and improve their fitness level for the race. Dr. Budimir Drakulic, Signalife CTO, stated: "We are grateful to Dr. Cummings from Cleveland Clinic for introducing us to this challenging problem. Dr. Pinderski and Dr. Cummings provi...

Now, FISH on a Chip for Quicker, Cost-effective Cancer Diagnosis

... will significantly increase a doctors ability to tailor treatment strategies to target individual cancers. The ability to design personalized therapies means that patients will be able to receive more effective treatments sooner and avoid exposure to side effects from treatments that will not help them,...

Patients With Alcohol Problem Need Mechanical Ventilation

...lirium tremens. This can help healthcare providers tailor patient care more appropriately....

Highly Effective Method for Screening Drug-resistant Forms of HIV Developed

...f Antiretroviral resistance screenings, which help tailor the most effective anti-HIV treatment before a patient begins or changes drug therapy, developing countries rarely use them. Where resistance testing is available, most screening techniques are not sensitive enough to analyse small populations of dru...

Women With Atypia Nearly Eight Times More Likely to Develop Breast Cancer

... identify every womans risk more accurately and to tailor screening and risk-reduction measures to women depending on their individual risks....

Pre-kindergarten TB Testing Costs High

...dy provides tools that health officials can use to tailor TB screening decisions to the particular circumstances of their communities, said Flaherman....

Court Seeks Explanation from Hospital for Childs Amputation

...peeling off, she added. Jai's father Ram Babu, a tailor by profession, said: "I went to all the senior doctors, but they refused to meet us. I went to the medical superintendent's office, but I was told he would not meet me. A senior official asked me to slug it out in the court if I had the money." To...

Child Seeks Compensation for Medical Negligence

...artment of the Safdarjung Hospital. Ram Babu, a tailor by profession, took Jai to the hospital for treatment after the child broke his leg in January. The doctors at the hospital plastered the leg - but so tightly that a sensitive nerve came under pressure, leading to insufficient blood supply, alleged a...

Genetic Flaws Leads to Diabetes

...it. With this discovery preventive medicine can be tailor made according to an individual genetic make up. Some genetic areas that are in no way connected to diabetes have been discovered but which harms the body’s ability to control the blood sugar and cause heart disease paving the way to early death...

Nanotechnology Could Treat Spinal Cord Injuries, Diabetes, and Parkinson's Disease

... that someday should enable medical researchers to tailor and deliver individualized patient treatments in previously unimaginable ways. Stupp and his coworkers designed molecules with the capacity to self-assemble into nanofibers once injected into the body with a syringe. When the nanofibers form they can...

Gene Test Shown to Measure Heart Function After Transplant

...plant function may provide a valuable tool to help tailor therapies to meet the specific needs of each heart transplant patient,” said Dr. Deng. Until recently, following a heart transplant, patients had to go through invasive heart-muscle biopsies to check for organ rejection. The GEP test is a non-inv...

Genetics may Play Role in Heart Health

...sks for the future, help parents understand how to tailor their lifestyle to prevent those effects," he says. Source-Bio-Bio Technology...

A New Inexpensive Technology for Multiplexed Detection

...ch biological test, said Doyle. "It's very easy to tailor what you give a customer. You could have 100 types of particles and mix them together," he said. The researchers' particle fabrication method gives them exquisite control over the particles' shape and chemical characteristics. As two streams of m...

Gene Hunters at Johns Hopkins Close In On Lou Gehrig's Disease

...p us to better understand sporadic ALS but also to tailor tools that will reveal therapies for it.' Traynor cautioned that the 34 SNPs are not guaranteed trail markers for ALS genes. 'If you roll dice 555,352 times, you are bound to get lucky by chance alone on some of those throws,' he said. 'The next s...

Prostate Brachytherapy Causes Fewer Side Effects Than Surgery

...By looking at these factors, we are better able to tailor a suitable treatment option for the individual patient.” Source-Bio-Bio Technology SRM...

Human Genetic Code for ALS Identified

...p us to better understand sporadic ALS but also to tailor tools that will reveal therapies for it.” Traynor cautioned that the 34 SNPs are not guaranteed trail markers for ALS genes. “If you roll dice 555,352 times, you are bound to get lucky by chance alone on some of those throws,” he says. “The next st...

Genes for Nicotine Dependence Identified

...believes using information about genetic traits to tailor medications to individuals could make them significantly more effective. "The type of variant you have at this particular receptor — the alpha-5 nicotinic receptor — may actually predict whether or not you will do well on nicotine replacement therapy...

Adolescent Girls More Likely to Gain Weight: Study

...s as young as nine, all this points to the need to tailor prevention efforts to ever younger ages, the study stresses. Source-IANS...

The Other Side of Transsexuals

... Washermanpet has stopped peddling sex to become a tailor and Ramya is working at a call centre after completing a computer course. Saranya is a beautician who does not hesitate to say: "I was not comfortable being a boy. I am an aravani. "During adolescence itself I realised I am different. I stoppe...

Research on Human Metabolic Disorders

...variations between people as a way to individually tailor diet for weight control. Studying the metabolism of cholesterol is another potential application. Cholesterol is a lipid that is incorporated into all cell membranes. An estimated 105 million adults in the United States have total blood cholesterol...

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