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The importance of the care point in the emergency and the heart department (poc)

The importance of the care point in the emergency and the heart department (poc)

With the advancement of technology, it has become increasingly possible to conduct routine out-of-laboratory clinical research at a point of care with a reasonable level of accuracy. The main advantages offered by POCT devices are increased portability and speed. Using POCT, they can perform test results in a few minutes, and analyze, obtain and operate […]

Roux-en-Y stomach surgery for weight loss

Roux-en-Y stomach surgery for weight loss

Gastric bypass surgery is a weight loss procedure. For people who have an abnormal weight and have not achieved the desired result with diet, exercise, etc., in these cases, gastric bypass surgery is a suitable solution. Roux-en-Y gastric bypass slimming operation Roux-en-Y gastric bypass is considered the “gold standard” of weight loss surgery. This is […]

next-generation sequencing in medicine

next-generation sequencing in medicine

Total Human Genome Sequencing (AWS) enables researchers to describe the complete genetic composition of individuals and to determine the entire human genome. This allows the identification of genomic diversity information, including single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs), degrees and deletions (InDels), structural changes (SVs), and copies of changes (CNVs) in a single, cost-effective measurement. With extensive experience […]

What is achalasia disease?

Internal achalasia is rare due to which the esophagus is unable to transfer food and fluids to your stomach. The esophagus is a muscular tube that carries food from the mouth to the stomach. Where your esophagus meets your stomach is a ring of muscle called the lower esophageal sphincter (LES). This muscle relaxes and […]

Symptoms of heart attack and coronary artery disease

Coronary artery disease occurs when the main blood vessels that supply your heart become damaged or diseased. Cholesterol (plaque) deposits in the coronary arteries and inflammation are usually the cause of coronary artery disease. Coronary arteries carry blood, oxygen and nutrients to your heart. Plaque buildup can narrow these arteries and reduce blood flow to […]

Coronary artery angioplasty

Angioplasty is a procedure used to open blocked coronary arteries caused by coronary artery disease.     In fact, without open heart surgery, it restores blood flow to the heart muscle. Angioplasty can be performed in an emergency, such as a heart attack. Or, if your doctor strongly suspects heart disease, this procedure can be […]

Transplant aortic valve replacement

The aortic valve controls blood flow to the heart. This valve is made of three layers of tissue called leaflets that open when the blood presses on them. When these sheets harden and lose their flexibility, they no longer open or close completely. This causes the valve to narrow. This narrows and restricts blood flow. […]

Gastrointestinal polyps

Abnormal tissue growth, often resembling small, flat bumps or small fungal stems, is called a polyp. Polyps are benign masses (neoplasms or non-cancerous tumors). These lumps form at different places in the digestive system, but most often, colon polyps occur.   Intestinal polyps       These masses have different sizes and their diameter varies […]