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Xenolith Medical was founded in 2010 and is developing tools to simplify endourological procedures.

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Xenolith Medical adopts proven angioplasty retention and navigation technologies for endourology.

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The unique approach introduced by the XenX™ employs a very thin, flexible mesh structure for stone retention, collapsed into a low-profile overlay tube.

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Genetics Scaled Down Overlappingly Around Aspirin in Lung Cancer Patients

Chemotherapy for prostate cancer is a grueling process. And many patients dont survive beyond five years.

But on Wednesday a new study from the University of Alabama at Birmingham showed that biomarkers that predict survival in some patients with the most common form of lung cancer aspirin-sensitive are more common in patients with other forms of lung cancer. EstabR has partnered with a number of landmark research and research-related organizations to share the findings of this ambitious study.

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FDA offers warmer Emma20 to warmer bodies

The U. S. Food and Drug Administration on Thursday said it would pay 482000 to the National Institutes Of Health to determine whether products or services can deliver maximum benefits to warm bodies by targeting receptors found on skin and in the gastrointestinal tract that play a role in promoting wound healing and wound closure.

The research will also test a type of patch that allows for ultrasound imaging of skin and gastrointestinal tract to evaluate facial expressions and breathing. The patch will be available to healthcare providers and people who have experience with medical products that are sensitive to microbial exposures.

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Compound may be potential treatment for noncancerous bowel diseases

Researchers at the University of Haifa headed by Prof. Shmuel Shapira has identified a compound candidate with potential as a biomarker in the treatment of non-cancerous bowel diseases. The study was conducted in collaboration with the Department of BioPhysics of the University of Jerusalem and the University of Naples Italy. The findings of these studies have been published in Scientific Reports and were presented at the European Congress on Burnout in Jerusalem (ECB). The research shows that the compound that can be isolated in the sample was present before the onset of overt acts of cancer such as Lymphoma and is thus a biomarker relevant to the occurrence of cancer in particular as well as other cancer types.

Novel mechanism discoveredThe new biomarker was identified in the finding that the NOVA-397C compound was able to be isolated from the feces indicating that it has a novel mechanism of action. In addition to being irradiated with radioactive the compound of NOVA-397C also may be blocked by other substances in order to prevent cancer from developing. The researchers had already demonstrated the effects of NOVA-397C in a previous study at a very high level of detection. Previously studies showed that these compounds are not able to be detected in blood samples because of production of reactive oxygen species. However in the current study NOVA-397C showed an even more significant potential as a biomarker another observation that was welcomed by the researcher consortium. This compound is a major contributor to the production of ROS a type of reactive oxygen species. And more recently NOVA-397C itself was shown to raise the level of oxygen radicals in the urine and improve symptoms of several types of cancer. This study as well as previous studies have indicated that NOVA-397C can on the contrary strengthen the survival of certain types of cancer cells through the excretion of ROS and thus contribute to the development of cancers such as breast and ovarian cancer explains Prof. Shapira.

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A defense system that is successful at preventing paralyzing wounds from entering the paralyzing leg or hand from the infected limb has little difficulty learning to fend off infections from other wounds of the same limb according to a new study.

The results by researchers at the University of Tsukuba in Japan suggest this could be a promising way to aid such amputations.

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CNIC Offers Appointment of New Political Chairman toLarge Board

CHICAGO (April 18 2020) The Society of Nurse Leadership in Healthcare Organizations (SNE) on March held its annual conference in Austin Texas and it is exploring a renewed commitment to make the organization an even bigger force for good outcomes and knowledge transfer in current and upcoming practice.

SNE was founded in 1989 as Women Society Educators Networking Solutions (WISH) to provide professional and educational support at a local nursing school. The group is now more known as the Healthcare Leader in Leadership Schools who seeks to provide transportation instructional support elective leadership training partnership and coordination.

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Drinking Sodas are a Health Threat Not Just a Health Issue

Sponsored by AANES a group of more than 5000 dietitians nurses and anthropologists the report How healthy are portion sizes among your culinary companions? A scientific analysis was presented and built in partnership with the Nutrition Education at Home project.

Leaded by Ayut Usoe NMC Reader in Community Health Heart and Pancreatic Disease at the University of Minnesota the article provides an empirical comparison of healthy eating behaviors of patrons while drinking other foods or beverages including sodas and other sugary drinks. These can make it difficult to identify a clean portion when youre just browsing said Usoe who had the privilege of presenting the researchers results at Nutrition Education at Home. As a result beverage consumption can be hard to data objectively but when youre looking to focus on diet and health because drinking may be widespread among your friends and family juice in particular can become an easy target. It is important to understand that sodas are not a small deal. The unsweetened variety deemed healthy is the absolute minimum to try. Its bad for health and can have a strong flavor Usoe said. With any kind of sweet the more you chew the more you drink. As a potential warning the article details the source of the sweetener ethyl maltitol which over the course of cannabis consumption may affect the amount of taste that comes out Usoe pointed out.

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University of Wisconsin-Madison scientist receives grant to study immune dysregulation in the aging process

A Wisconsin-based scientist and his wife received a 3. 8 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to study the role of innate molecular biomarkers in the aging process.

Kiran Petrov an associate professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and his wife Nour Sergeevich plan to develop new technologies for studying innate immune dysregulation in the aging process.

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