Pacemaker for heart, study suggests leadless variant better than transvenous one

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Editorial Team
Jun 28

Good news for heart patients. If you want to keep your heart healthy, you should opt for leadless pacemakers over the conventional transvenous variants. While you can you avoid heart attack and stroke risk by following a disciplined exercise and diet routine to keep ensure a healthy heart, you need to be careful with the pacemaker variant you choose after a heart attack. According to a new stud...

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Robotic surgery equally effective as traditional open surgery for bladder cancer

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Editorial Team
Jun 23

The outcome of robotic-assisted surgery and traditional open surgery are equally effective in treating bladder cancer, say scientists, led by an Indian-origin researcher. The results, published in the journal The Lancet, may help patients and doctors to make informed decisions on the use of robotic surgery, which is not cheap, the researchers said. There has been an assumption t...

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New 'Smart Stent' Can Detect Narrowing of Arteries

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Editorial Team
Jun 22

Researchers have developed a type of "smart stent" that monitors even subtle changes in the flow of blood through the artery, detecting the narrowing in its earliest stages and making early diagnosis and treatment possible. ‘Smart stent that uses medical-grade stainless steel and looks similar to most commercial stents can help detect narrowing of arteries.’ For ever...

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Gene therapy could restore hand function after spinal cord injury

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Editorial Team
Jun 20

Researchers have tested a new gene therapy that has shown potential to help people with spinal cord injuries to re-learn skilled hand movements. People with spinal cord injury often lose the ability to perform everyday actions that require coordinated hand movements such as writing, holding a toothbrush or picking up a drink. In the study published in the journal Brain, researchers test...

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New Blood Test Could Predict Preterm Labor 2 Months Before It Happens

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Editorial Team
Jun 19

Two newly developed blood tests may help moms-to-be accurately answer this ever-popular question: When is your baby due? One blood test can predict gestational age and delivery date, while the other can flag some women who are at risk for premature delivery, according to a new study. However, both tests are still in the beginning stages of research and aren't yet available to th...

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