Advances in the field of medicine show us the dream of a future where major diseases can be kept at bay.
Fortunately, humans are not going to be one of the endangered species in 2022, but it won’t be because of the diseases and health problems we face throughout our lives. diabetes so one of the most common diseases Today there are many more people who have to pull punctures in order to avoid serious health problems.
Thanks to a new invention recently published in the scientific journal Nature Communications, we are starting to see light at the end of the tunnel with a equipment nominated Stare, whose acronym in English would be translated as Encapsulation and Guidance of Neovascularized Implantable Cells. We make it easy for you. we are talking about a small and portable pancreaswhich can be Measure perfect for sufferers diabetes type 1,
Science advances against one of the most common human diseases
As stated on the website of the Houston Methodist Hospital responsible for the investigation, a Team of scientists from Department of Nanomedicine Developer is A revolutionary device, To understand how it works, you need Understand what happens in people with diabetes, upon happening autoimmune disorderill attacks the immune system and ruin Call beta cellswhich are found in the pancreas and are responsible for synthesize insulin,
Since this hormone cannot be synthesized sugarwhich must be stored in the cells and give them energy, reaches the bloodstream Causes hyperglycemia. A current solution is that Transplantation of cell groupsIncluding betaine to deal with this autoimmune disorder. what’s going on? that he transplant passed Adverse effect why That’s where the NICHE device will come in handyCapable of delivering drugs exactly where the transplanted cells are and providing direct vascularization.
it seems that human trial will start about three years, with which, little by little, the device will be experimented with and with people with type 1 diabetes, being able to obtain a solution that can be long-term. The team at Houston Methodist Hospital is polishing this device to be able to treat patients with diabetes, giving hope for life to those who would only need it refill the device with medication once every six months, Technology seems to be in our favor once again.