A research team from Rush University Medical Centre in Chicago have identified urinary markers, which would develop osteolysis or bone destruction in the patients who have undergone total hip replacement surgeries. By collecting the 24-hour urine sample, a comparative study was conducted between the patients who had undergone hip replacements and patients who did not.
Weill Cornell’s Medicine scientist claim to have discovered a new treatment for osteoporosis, which targets the blood vessels inside of bone, a molecule that promotes the growth of those blood vessels and reverses the weakening of bones and helps fracture, heals.
By getting inspired by dental reconstruction techniques, scientists from KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden reported a new method where acute bone fractures would be treated with a biocompatible adhesive patch providing rigidity of dental resin composites with an extraordinary bonding strength of self-etching primer. The entire procedure would take five minutes to complete.
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