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23rd February 2020 by Prof.(Dr.) Sa... 0 Comments
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Australian researchers discover early signs of genetic links to Congenital Heart Disease
Congenital heart disease (CHD) is the leading cause of death and hospitalisation in infants, affecting one in 100 births. The potential for a genetic link to the condition is now being explored in a new Australian Genomics study supported by HeartKids.So far advanced genetic testing could potentially identify the cause of conditions in up to 50% of families, helping to improve diagnosis, provide better treatment and management outcomes as well as early diagnosis of CHD. 200 families affected by CHD are urged to participate in the study to help researchers.Visit Heartkids for more information! 
21st February 2020 by ideaspy_09 0 Comments
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Tooth Regeneration
Hey Kids, here is some candy! All kidding aside, this could be an amazing advancement if the technology holds true in the coming years. Colorful fish found in Africa may hold the secret to growing lost teeth. In a collaborative study between the Georgia Institute of Technology and King’s College London, researchers looked at the cichlid fishes of Lake Malawi in Africa, who lose teeth just to have a new one slide into place. Their study, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
18th February 2020 by Prof.(Dr.) Sa... 1 Comments
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3D Printing: Game changer for organ or tissue repair
3D printing technology has enormous potential in healthcare due to its ability to be customized. Customization can dramatically reduce surgery times and medical expenses. Currently, the largest applications are 3D-printed scaffolds or prosthetics (orthopedic implants) and medical devices, such as dental implants and hearing aids. The game changer for 3D printing will be in human tissue printing: printed livers, hearts, ears, hands and eyes, or building the smallest functional units of tissues, which can lead to the fabrication of large tissues and organs. This can be used as surgical grafts to repair or replace the damaged tissues and organs.
18th February 2020 by Prof.(Dr.) Sa... 0 Comments
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17th February 2020 by Prof.(Dr.) Sa... 1 Comments
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