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Early Data: Potential of Investigational Bioengineered Vessel as Dialysis Graft

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Photo: Vessel [22/11/2013] An investigational, man-made blood vessel used in vascular grafts for kidney dialysis patients may potentially show encouraging early results among study patients in Poland, according to preliminary data reported Wednesday by a researcher at Duke Medicine.Early Data: Potential of Investigational Bioengineered Vessel as Dialysis Graft - Read more

Sepsis: Cheaper and faster Diagnosis

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Photo: Laboratory [19/11/2013] A new method could cut hours off the time it takes to diagnose blood infections while also eliminating the need for complicated manual processing and expensive equipment. Sepsis: Cheaper and faster Diagnosis - Read more

Diabetes: Add Bone Deterioration to Complications

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Photo: Bonedensity [14/11/2013] Physicians have long thought of osteoporosis as an additional negative outcome of long-time diabetes, next to nerve damages or eye problems for example. Based on a Mayo Clinic study that is confirmed: You can definitely add skeletal problems to the list.Diabetes: Add Bone Deterioration to Complications - Read more

African Sleeping Sickness: New Treatment Comes Closer

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Photo: Graphic [06/11/2013] Researchers at Umeå University have identified drugs targeting infections of the parasite Trypanosoma brucei and are thereby well on the way to find a cure against African sleeping sickness.African Sleeping Sickness: New Treatment Comes Closer - Read more

Diagnostics: Finding Blood Clots Before They Wreak Havoc

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Photo: Blood clot [18/10/2013] A simple urine test developed by MIT engineers uses nanotechnology to detect dangerous blood clotting. Blood clots can form in anyone who sits on a plane for a long time, is confined to bed while recovering from surgery, or takes certain medications.Diagnostics: Finding Blood Clots Before They Wreak Havoc - Read more