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High-intensity exercise 'safe' for heart <strong>transplant</strong> patients

High-intensity exercise 'safe' for heart transplant patients

18 Aug 2014

Washington: High-intensity exercise can help stable heart transplant patients reach higher levels of exercise capacity and gain better control of their blood pressure than moderate intensity exercise, a study indicates.

High-intensity exercise,   heart transplant patients,   exercise,   blood pressure,   heart transplant,   heart rate,  
Supercooled livers boost for easing shortages of human <strong>transplant</strong> organs

Supercooled livers boost for easing shortages of human transplant organs

30 Jun 2014

Paris: A new ‘supercooling’ technique keeps rat livers alive three times longer than before, boosting hopes for easing shortages of human transplant organs, scientists said on Monday.

Supercooling liver,   human transplant organs,   transplant boost,   organ transplant ,  
<strong>Transplant</strong> tissue: Stem cells in 'revolutionary' boost

Transplant tissue: Stem cells in 'revolutionary' boost

30 Jan 2014

Paris:  Scientists have reported a simple way to turn animal cells back to a youthful, neutral state, a feat hailed as a "game-changer" in the quest to grow transplant tissue in the lab.

Stem cells,   Stem cells development,   Stem cells creation,   Stem cells discovery,   Stem cells use,  
Walking may help prolong life of kidney patients

Walking may help prolong life of kidney patients

17 May 2014

Washington: Suffering from kidney diseases? Take up walking at the earliest as researchers have found that walking may help patients with kidney disease prolong life and reduce the risk of needing dialysis or a kidney transplant.

kidney transplant,   kidney disease,   China Medical University Hospital,   Taiwan,   American Society of Nephrology,  
First human artificial heart <strong>transplant</strong> performed in France

First human artificial heart transplant performed in France

22 Dec 2013

London: For the first time, an artificial heart that may give patients up to five years of extra life has been successfully implanted in a 75-year-old French man.

Heart,   heart transplant,   artificial heart transplant,   human heart transplant,   human heart,   artificial hearth,  
Organ donation needs more awareness, beginning with doctors

Organ donation needs more awareness, beginning with doctors

27 Jan 2014

New Delhi: Lalita, a widow with three young children, felt the world closing in on her when doctors told her she immediately needed a kidney transplant. Fortunately, she found a donor, and 10 years later is leading a healthy and happy life with her now grown-up children. Not everyone is as lucky as her because organ donation is still a taboo and an estimated 500,000 people die each year in India because of non-availability of organs.

Organ donations,   awareness,   kidney transplant,   doctors,   non-availability of organs,   NGO,   ,  
India’s first <strong>transplant</strong>-only hospital in West Bengal

India’s first transplant-only hospital in West Bengal

05 Jul 2013

Come 2015, India will boast of its first transplant-only hospital in West Bengal, thereby getting to be at par with global healthcare.

India's first transplant-only hospital,   India's first transplant-only hospital in West Bengal,   liver ransplant,   bone marrow transplant,   pancreas transplant,  
Full human head <strong>transplant</strong> possible, says neuroscientist

Full human head transplant possible, says neuroscientist

03 Jul 2013

A scientist has claimed that advances in cell engineering have paved way for a full human head transplant in future.

cell engineering,   human head transplant,   human spinal cord,   Rhesus monkey,   sealants,  
Sensor to detect early stages of organ <strong>transplant</strong> rejection

Sensor to detect early stages of organ transplant rejection

12 Jun 2013

The Ohio State University is working on a new technology, which will pave the way for low-cost electronic devices that work in direct contact with living tissue inside the body.

organ transplant rejection,   silicon circuits,   polymer semiconductors,   aluminum oxide,   titanium ,  
Online network to connect donor, recipient for organ <strong>transplant</strong>

Online network to connect donor, recipient for organ transplant

27 May 2013

Families of patients needing an immediate organ transplant for their survival would soon find it easy to locate a potential donor with the Indian government coming up with an online network containing necessary details like the blood group and organs available for transplant.

Organ transplant,   Organ donor,   Organ recipient,   Immediate organ transplant,   Online organ transplant,  

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