Stem cell therapy and technologies are advancing day by day. Heart conditions are among the many conditions where stem cell research and development shows positive and effective gains. Mexico is renowned for its top-notch medical centers that specialize in stem cell therapies for heart conditions.
In Western Europe you can find the most advanced therapies, yet each focus on specific conditions!
Usually stents are made of metal mesh and are put in large arteries by surgery. Sometimes “Drug Eluting Stents” are used to slowly and continuously be released into the artery and help in preventing the artery from further blockages. But what if people didn't need it and a tretament that didn't involve surgery was enough?
Two researchers from the Mechanical Engineering Department at Stanford University in California, found that obesity and Osteoarthritis may be linked. Adipokines - biomolecules produced by fat tissue have a massive role in joint decay.
Vietnamese doctors need a high level of training, so we would like cooperation with Korea. Doctors and health officials from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, don masks, caps and green gowns to tour Sejong General Hospital, a cardiovascular specialty hospital in Bucheon, Gyeonggi.
Researchers have revealed that bariatric surgery-restrictive gastric banding and other types of gastric bypass-can radically reduce risk factors for heart disease and stroke, and within a short period of time, indicates an analysis of the available evidence,
Along with the promise of significant weight loss, gastric bypass surgery may reverse diabetes in some people and improve risks factors for heart disease, such as high blood pressure and cholesterol, according to new research.
Hospitals in Korea are keen to accommodate more patients from overseas by marketing their medical excellence and coordination service. In 2011, local centers drew 110,000 foreign patients and broadening medical tourism has bred a booming business such as online communication tools and personal brokers.
Sleep apnea is a problem that goes well beyond annoying your partner with loud snoring. Research is showing it can raise risk for heart attacks, stroke and diabetes. Now, a new study finds it can make a person five times more likely to die from cancer. For the study, which will be published in an upcoming issue of the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, researchers collaborated with Spanish scientists to examine 22-year mortality data on 1,522 people enrolled in a long-running "Wisconsin Sleep Cohort" study. The data looked at Washington state employees since 1989.
A medical team, consisting of Prof. Sook-Whan Sung, Prof. Young-Pil Wang, Prof. Jae-Kil Park, and Prof. Hyung Joo Park from the department of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery at the Catholic...