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Scientists at Cornell University's Baker Institute for Animal Health have developed a device that helps diagnose stroke in less than ten minutes using a drop of blood barely big enough to moisten your fingertip.
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Research indicates that inhibition of oxygen sensor PHD1 offers protection against stroke, via an unexpected mechanism, raising hope for future stroke treatment.
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The research by the University of Lincoln showed the chances of having a first stroke fell by around a fifth in the first 59 days after receiving the flu jab.
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Scientists have found that a molecule known as growth and differentiation factor 10 (GDF10) is a key player in repair mechanisms following stroke.
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Presentation of Hand of Hope at China Israel Technology Innovation Investment Summit.
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Hand of Hope is presenting at DASA Man-Machine-Robot Exhibition in Dortmund.
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The technology being researched revolves around the concept of devices which record and decode electrical signals formed by the brain when a person decides upon an action -- such as walking or picking up an object, for example.
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Bilingual patients were twice as likely as those who spoke one language to have normal cognitive functions after a stroke.
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Mice that had strokes rebounded significantly faster if they received low doses of a popular sleeping aid, according to researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine.
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The MegaVac VET features a unique funneled distal tip, that when deployed, occludes blood flow by creating a seal with wall apposition. The mouth of the catheter is positioned just proximal to the target thrombus. Using a manual syringe, clot is aspirated into the large mouth and through the catheter. With blood flow arrested, aspiration of the clot is highly efficient since the device prevents blood flow from interfering with suction. Safety is also enhanced with the stoppage of blood flow, preventing clot and debris from traveling downstream and causing damage.
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