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New tech may detect heart attacks and strokes early

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Advanced Functional Materials has published new findings that suggest a new diagnostic imaging technology detecting early-stage plaques may help identify lesions caused by heart attacks and strokes. Photoacoustic imaging (PAI) uses nanoparticles to identify issues in arteries, representing a significant step toward using the technique in humans. This ability to identify issues could lead to interventions in the future. | https://www.cardiovascularbusiness.com/topics/imaging-physiology/new-imaging-technique-could-help-detect-heart-attacks-strokes-advance
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Haroon Shahab @ 2021.08.13 8:11 AM
That will be great help for the patient. 


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