Latest Ischemia Stories
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Jan.
Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine, in collaboration with BioParadox, Inc., have published data supporting the use of platelet-rich plasma as a promising biologic treatment for myocardial infarction (heart attack).
A new study identifies a molecule that is a critical regulator of neuron survival after ischemic brain injury.
CLEVELAND, Jan. 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Juventas Therapeutics, a clinical-stage regenerative medicine company developing novel therapies for cardiovascular disease, announces that the U.S.
MERION STATION, Pa., Dec. 8, 2010 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- After a heart attack and the victim stops breathing, a process of irreversible brain damage starts to occur within 3 to 4 minutes. Or does it? While researching cardiac arrest, Jeffrey Dobkin read about a boy drowning in icy waters.
SAN DIEGO, Dec.
BAAR, Switzerland and TEL AVIV, November 22, 2010 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- SCHILLER AG, a leading international manufacturer and supplier of cardiopulmonary diagnostics and BSP Biological Signal Processing Ltd., a medical device company that develops and markets innovative solutions for noninvasive cardiac diagnosis and monitoring , announced on November 8th, 2010 the signing of an agreement to jointly develop a new product line based on BSP's HyperQ(TM) technology.
Study provides evidence that a person's own stem cells may be used as a treatment for their heart disease.
When cardiac or skeletal muscle is not receiving enough oxygen to meet metabolic demands, a person will experience pain, such as angina, chest pain during a heart attack, or leg pain during a vigorous sprint.
Treatment that included early surgical procedures to open blocked arteries resulted in better blood flow to the heart than aggressive medical treatment alone in patients with both diabetes and heart disease.
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