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organ transplant

Minorities Face More Obstacles To A Life Saving Organ Transplant

Patients with organ failure need a transplant to improve; for their survival and to achieve a better quality of life. However, getting an organ transplant is often accompany by several challenges; many of them are attribute to factors like the state of an individual’s living circumstances; their economic status and where they were born. Transplant…

Cells

Undifferentiated Cells Choose Their Ultimate Destiny

Cells from the light-sensing cones of the retina to the blood-pumping muscle of the heart; to the waste-filtering units of the kidneys; the human body is made up of hundreds of cell types exquisitely; specializing to perform their jobs with great precision. This complexity, however, belies the fact that each of the trillions of highly…

Radio diagnosis

Heart Imaging Help Doctors Spot Heart Disease

The researches find that the Despite advancements in medical Imaging technology for the rest of the body, it’s still quite difficult to get a clear look at the heart. And the procedures for doing it are so invasive and physically taxing that doctors must limit how often they’re performed. Drexel University researchers are trying to…

Quality Measures Of Medical University Press Releases And Medical Research

Quality Measures Of Medical University Press Releases And Medical Research

The media are an important source of information about developments in science for the general public; news stories on medical research are affected by the quality of university press releases, but both sources often omit important information about the actual scientific study describing. News media have the power not only to influence people’s beliefs and…

Proteins Are Like Vehicles That Can Carry Information

Proteins Are Like Vehicles That Can Carry Information

The transport of specific polypeptide chains across membranes is a fundamental cellular activity; where proteins are like vehicles that can carry information and materials in cells.The general secretory system of Escherichia coli moves protein into and across membranes and has homologs across all life forms. But by the general secretory system using a translocase that…

Nuclear medicine

Brain PET/CT with Suspected Non-Alzheimer’s Pathophysiology

The study find that the Brain PET/CT acquisition was started 30 ± 5 min after [18F] FDG injection in all subjects. therefore SPM12 [statistical parametric mapping] implemented in MATLAB 2018a is use for the analysis of PET scans in this study. Suspected non-Alzheimer’s pathophysiology (SNAP) describes a clinical entity where older adults with or without…

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence For Digital Health

Artificial Intelligence; Here the study show an unprecedented implications of digital health innovations, being co-produced by the mainstreaming and integration of artificial intelligence (AI), the Internet of Things (IoT), and cyber-physical systems (CPS) in healthcare, are examine in a new technology horizon-scanning article. This digital transformation of healthcare is facilitate by the rapid rise in…

Melanoma

Melanoma Survived Longer Without The Cancer Progression

Melanoma; Research team has pinpointed a three drug combination that could prove to be an effective new therapy for people with a specific type of advance melanoma. The approach shows promise for extending the lives of people with a type of melanoma that contains a potent gene mutation, BRAF V600E. In clinical trials; so it…

Pharmacology

Stomach Cancer, Aerosol Chemotherapy Offers Breath

The researches find that the chemotherapy was awful but with this treatment; patient feel hope,” says French pensioner Jacques Braud, who is undergoing treatment for stomach cancer with a new form of therapy dispersed by aerosol. Several hours before going into theatre; Braud is waiting in his room, looking surprisingly relaxed with a book in…

IVF

Understanding Which IVF ‘Add-ons’ Really Work

In recent years, we’ve seen increasing examination about the procedures being deliver in the IVF clinic; often referred to as “add-on” or supplementary technologies. These are optional extras you may be offer on top of your normal fertility treatment, often at an additional cost. Australian researchers report the use of one very commonly used technology…

Medical genetics

Two Genes Implicated in Development of Prostate Enlargement

The researches find that the two genes involved in cell signaling that they suspect may play a role in the condition’s development. One, CXCL13, codes for a protein involved in immune cell recruitment; but which Pollack said makes sense because prostate enlargement involves inflammation. The two genes involved The other gene, BMP5, codes for a…

Nurse

Nurse Under Staffing Ups In Patient Infection Risk

Nurse under staffing is associated with an increased risk for health care associate infections (HAIs) among hospitalized patients, according to a study publish in the May issue of the Journal of Nursing Administration. Jingjing Shang, Ph.D., R.N., from the Columbia University School of Nursing in New York City, and colleagues analyze data from a large urban…