Welcome to our site www.herzinfarktdiagnose.de. Our goal is information about the most common cause of death worldwide topics as of of the Stroke, Heart Attack and Preeclampsia.
The topics portals also sees itself as a platform for the exchange of experiences and expanded contact between patients, relatives, doctors and other specialists.
First a few facts:
When resting, the human heart beats around 70 times per minute and pumps around five liters of blood through the body. It does this constantly – day and night. Depending on the activity, performance changes; under strain it beats up to 180 times per minute and pumps up to 25 liters of blood. Over a lifetime, this means around 180,000,000 liters of blood, which are transported through the body by the heart and supply all organs with blood.
Artificial Intelligence Restores Speech for a Stroke Patient
An fascinating article about the use of technology to help stroke victim Ann recover her speech was written by Robin Marks and Laura Kurtzman. This is the first case of speech and facial expressions being decoded from brain impulses and transmitted by an avatar—a voice that is original to the patient.
Strokes Are More Common and Serious in Women
Cindy W. Yoon, Department of Neurology, Inha University School of Medicine, Incheon, Korea wrote an article about Strokes in Women in 2023. Strokes result from a disruption in brain oxygen and nutrient supply. Hemorrhagic strokes occur when blood vessels weaken and rupture, while ischemic strokes are more common, caused by blood vessel blockages with clots or plaque. Both types can cause severe damage or death.
Nerve Stimulation Therapy Reduces Disability
Susan Scutti wrote an article in CNN Health about an experimental nerve stimulation therapy that helped reduce disability, new research finds. A tiny electrode which actively stimulates a group of nerve cells behind the nose is the treatment.
Medica presents: COMPASS for Highly Sensitive Rapid Tests
In collaboration with Erlangen University Hospital, researchers from Julius Maximilian University in Würzburg created a novel tool called COMPASS, which offers far quicker and more accurate testing for determining viral load. The process is quick and equally sensitive as the intricate ELISA tests, requiring very little metrological work.
Revolutionary Non-Invasive Diagnostic Techniques
At MEDICA 2023, Testcard will present their cutting-edge non-invasive diagnostic solutions that are intended to increase testing accessibility for both consumers and clinical settings. Their ground-breaking UTI test kit for use at home, which boasts accuracy on par with urine tests carried out in clinical settings. When combined with the mobile application, consumers may get precise test results right away from the comfort of their own homes. TestCard was established in the UK in 2017 with the goal of empowering individuals to take charge of their health by increasing testing accessibility globally. To maintain a full end-to-end trail back to the source for treatment, the system connects directly with each supplier.
Raman Spectroscopic Method Diagnoses Infection at the Point of Care
KARINA WEBER AND JÜRGEN POPP, LEIBNIZ INSTITUTE OF PHOTONIC TECHNOLOGY, wrote an article about the Raman Spectroscopic Method Diagnoses Infection at the Point of Care.
Medica Two Years After The Pandemic: What is New on Important Innovation in Medtech, Devices and Biotechnology?
More than 5,300 exhibitors from over 70 countries coming together on one of the world's most important medical B2B trade shows which is called MEDICA, and it is held in Düsseldorf since decades. This article features the latest news from a broad selection of cutting-edge news, technologies, trends in innovative products and services from the domains of medical imaging, lab technology, diagnostics, health IT, mobile health, physiotherapy/orthopedic technology, and medical supplies.
Lab-on-a-Chip by NanoEnTek
NanoEnTek is a nano-bio and medical device manufacturer. The company sells technology that combines microfluidics and micro-mechanical technology (MEMS). Its headquarters are in Seoul, South Korea, and it was founded in 2000. The innovative devices of this company enable a single unit to merge sample preparation, diagnostic sensing, and communications functionality into one small container by using proprietary electronics with integrated optics.
IncedoTM Assists Stroke Patients in Walking Again
Working closely with physicians who often interact with stroke patients, Nordic-NeuroSTIM has created innovative techniques for walking rehabilitation. The sole of the foot receives stimulation when receiving nociceptive reflex treatment, this encourages the patient to raise and take a step by activating the body's natural withdrawal reaction.
Telemedicine for Cardiovascular Care?
An article regarding the future of cardiovascular care, including telemedicine, was written by Ahmed M. Soliman. Telemedicine therapies, which range from video or phone assistance to wearable or implanted device remote monitoring, can be used to constantly track patients with cardiovascular disease.
Could Young People be affected by Stroke as well?
The clinical approach to Stroke on younger adults was discussed in writings by Christopher A. Stack and John W. Cole. The rate of stroke among people between the ages of 18 and 50 is lower than that of older persons, with 10-15% of all reported strokes happening to this age group.The writers addressed it in Chapter 3 of their book "Stroke," which was published in June 2021.