Tuesday, February 7, 2023

iKnife is not an Apple device, but a smart scalpel capable of slicing tumors in seconds

Advances in science now make it possible to offer a diagnosis in real time.

Iknife Is Not An Apple Device, But A Smart Scalpel Capable Of Slicing Tumors In Seconds
Image of a smart scalpel capable of detecting tumors. Imperial College London

They say that nature is intelligent, but we have examples to question this statement, such as in the case of a brain-controlling fungus or a zombie insect infected with a dreadful cancer. Although Human he is able to Minimize some of Mother Nature’s ‘flaws’as in the case tool that we’ve just met and it’s able to find a malignant tumor in a matter of seconds. Another step in the fight against cancer.

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Through a publication in the digital journal Cancers, researchers from Imperial College London have shown scientific progress it can have a big draft uterine cancer diagnosis, equipment they named i knifeMakes it possible to establish an accurate diagnosis in patients who have had a tissue sample from the uterus and who previously had bleeding problems.

one of Big advantages of this device can it establish whether a sample is carcinogenic in case of or not seconds, which can start treatment as soon as possible to reduce it. in Research team of scientists 150 women have participated, whose uterus has been sampled through an instrument called a pipel. Later, the researchers used iKnife to analyze them. This scalpel cuts through the tissue why issue a small discharge electroplating, capturing and steam analysis that emanates from it. this is called a technique mass spectrometry and is used to find ‘cancer alert’.

last stage so Enter data into software of the device, which will be able to detect phospholipidsThose alerts we mentioned earlier provide really fast diagnostics. diagnostic accuracy iKnife is in 89%which means it is able to differentiate between normal and cancerous tissue with a high percentage of success. Professor Sadaf Gham-MaghmiOne of the lead authors of the research, make sure what:

iKnife has the potential to completely revolutionize the way women who go to fast-track clinics with abnormal vaginal bleeding upon a possible uterine cancer diagnosis are managed. With this high diagnostic accuracy, we can reassure women that if the iKnife result is negative, they are unlikely to have cancer, and order more tests, scans and treatments for those biopsies that show disease. indicate the presence of.

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