Researchers at the University of New Hampshire led by assistant professor of chemical engineering Kyung Jae Jeong were trying to improve the efficacy of hydrogel injections and make them more useful in clinics. In result, they came up with a material that is very cheap and easy to produce and moreover heals wounds faster than … Continue reading UNH scientists created inexpensive injectable hydrogel for fast wound healing.
A team of chemists from Stanford Institute of Chemistry, Engineering & Medicine for Human Health is trying to develop a new way of battling infections with antibiotics. They have already achieved great results in the laboratory and claimed to keep on improving their technique in order to make it reliable and eventually applicable in clinics. … Continue reading Chemists created a new way to fight against infections.
Assistant professor of industrial engineering at the Swanson School Mostafa Bedewy and his research group from NanoProduct Lab have found an advantage of using silk and carbon nanotubes (CNT) during their experiments with those materials. They were planning to invent a revolutionary biomedical devices and have already managed to get some promising results. The researchers … Continue reading Scientists are developing superior biodegradable implants.
Researches from Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute at West Virginia University and INSIGHTEC company led by neurosurgeon Ali Rezai and Maurice R. Ferré started to test a new experimental therapy that does not involve traditional methods of Alzheimer’s treatment. Now Alzheimer disease is a serious worldwide problem and nearly 44 million people suffer from it. Unfortunately, to … Continue reading Neurologists created magnetic resonance-guided focused ultrasound technique to treat the Alzheimer disease.
Researchers from FutureNeuro stated with Egro company about developing together voice-based interface for an existing Epilepsy Patient Portal. This enhanced interface would allow patients to interact with their own electronic patient record and also it would provide real-time reports of health information. Their eHealth project can help continuously track patient’s symptoms on mobile devices. Mary … Continue reading Irish scientists have begun working on a system for remote monitoring of patients with epilepsy.
Nowadays sepsis is quite serious problem in UK. Every year it kills around 44,000 people and researchers from Imperial College London developed an artificial intelligence system which analyse the records of 100,000 patients and doctor’s decisions to choose the best strategy of treatment of sepsis. They called this system AI Clinician. Dr Aldo Faisal, Professor … Continue reading An AI system helps with treatment of sepsis.