Medical Technology and Innovation

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Atherosclerosis and Cardiac Physiology

In a continuation of our articles exploring the medical science of cardiac physiology, we shall be looking in-depth into Atherosclerosis. Associated with ageing demographics, plus increased signs of metabolic syndromes, Atherosclerosis is a dominant reason for mortality globally. Forest Medical, like all other companies working in the Medical Device Testing industry, is committed to ensuring …

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Mites Aggravate Severe Asthma

Mites indirectly induce the proliferation of smooth muscle cells of the bronchi in severe asthmatics, thus contributing to the aggravation of their disease. A research team has just proved this phenomenon and clarified its mechanisms. It invites people concerned to protect themselves against these microscopic agents.

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COPD: Can we soon change the course of the disease?

Researchers are working on the development of a drug that could finally prevent the inevitable worsening of the chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. By identifying a mechanism associated with the exacerbation of this chronic inflammatory disease of the bronchi, the researchers have indeed discovered a therapeutic target that is directly exploitable. | Forest Medical Spirometer Calibration

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Genes Corrected With Crispr-Cas9 In Human Embryos

On August 2nd 2017, the journal Nature revealed that an international (American-Sino-Korean) team had managed to correct a defective gene in human embryos. The gene in question, named MYBCP3, is responsible when it is mutated from a serious disease affecting the heart muscle: hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM). Presently without treatment, this disease, which affects one person …

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