SUBSCRIBE THIS CHANNEL BY PRESSING THIS BUTTON FOR BEING UPDATES FROM BIOMEDICAL AND HEALTHCARE SOCIETY HELLO GUYS, WELCOMING U ALL IN ANOTHER EPISODE OF WEEKLY TECH UPDATES . I AM AMIT AND U ARE WATCHING TECHOMED . SO ANY FURTHER DELAY LETS GET STARTED THE VERY UPDATE IS ABOUT THE New Cell Culture Technique For High Speed Cell Production Researchers at Newcastle University in the UK have developed a new cell culture technique that allows scientists to produce enormous quantities of cells using a very small growth area. The method is a “peptide amphiphile” coating that allows cells to grow and then “peel away” and detach from the growth surface, leaving space for more cells to grow. The method could be very useful in growing the huge numbers of cells required for upcoming cell therapies.This This allows us to move away, for the first time, from the batch production of cells to an unremitting process. There is a fantastically high number of patients in need of cell therapy, such as those suffering from heart, cartilage, skin and cancer related diseases and also on that this technology provides a much-needed solution while saving costs, reducing materials and improving the quality and the standardisation of the final product. The another Update is about the Use of Low-Energy X-rays Directly on Cancer Cells Sensus Healthcare is a medical device company that focuses on providing non-invasive and cost-effective treatment of non-melanoma skin cancers and keloids utilizing superficial radiation technology (SRT) Their FDA-cleared SRT technology is used to effectively and safely treat oncological and non-oncological skin conditions. he radiation is focused onto cancer cells almost exclusively, and it penetrates no more than 5mm under the surface of the skin, sparing nearby tissues.Superficial Radiation Therapy (SRT) is a low-energy, photon radiotherapy technology that delivers precise, calibrated low-dose radiation that effectively destroys basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma, as well as the non-malignant tumor cells that cause keloids. Proprietary Sensus-designed and made applicators, the SRT-100 and SRT-100 Vision, allow doctors to focus 100 percent the low-energy photon radiotherapy directly on cancer cells, penetrating no deeper than than 5mm below the surface, allowing for the preservation of the surrounding tissue. The another update is about the Weighing Cancer Cells Can Reveal Their Susceptibility to Chemo Researchers at MIT have developed a new method to measure how well multiple myeloma patients will respond to a specific chemo agent or combination of them.This process involves sing an incredibly sensitive apparatus that can weigh individual cancer cells. If the cells educe the rate at which they gain mass when exposed to a chemo drug, then they are susceptible to it, and so should be a good fit for using as therapy. he technique can be used to test for susceptibility against a variety of chemo drugs from just one biopsy, and could pave the way for personalized cancer medicine.The idea is simple in principle, but requires some very sensitive equipment that can weigh something as small as a cancer cell. The technique requires very few cells, so it is possible to test a wide variety of drugs and drug combinations on a sample from just one biopsy.Their is a lot of things to be achieved regarding this The another update is about the Quantum Dots Attached to Antibodies Seek Out and Light Up Tumors in Bright Technicolor Quantum dots are tiny nanoparticles made of semiconductors that have unusual optical properties In medicine, they may be very useful because they emit light when stimulated by electricity or n external light source, making them easy to spot in diagnostic tests.A major challenge of putting quantum dots into clinical practice is how to attach them to antibodies that seek out diseases without ruining the functionality of neither the quantum dots nor the antibodies.Researchers at the Riken research institute in Japan have now developed what seems like a foolproof way of binding antibodies with quantum dots. To validate the new capability in practice, the researchers used attached quantum dots to antibodies that seek out the Her2 receptor commonly found on many breast cancer tumors. The result was that they able to light up the tumor samples while keeping the non-cancerous cells in the dark. The another updates is about the EasyScan GO an AI Powered Malaria Parasite Counter EasyScan GO, an AI powered microscope developed by Chinese manufacturer Motic, has the capability to automatically and accurately quantify malaria parasites in a blood sample. Utilizing machine learning algorithms, the microscope is so efficient that it can identify the amount of parasites present in under 20 minutes.EasyScan GO works through a combination of digital slide scanning and a diagnostic software module based on machine learning and neural networking. The machine was trained by feeding it thousands of blood smear slides annotated by experts.Malaria affects 200 million people a year, and 400,000 of those cases are fatal. Typically found in tropical and subtropical countries, strains of malaria are becoming resistant to our most effective drugs. Though physicians do have rapid diagnostic tests at their disposal, physicians and researchers depend on microscopes, like the EasyScan GO, to quantify the amount and strain of malaria present in a sample. EasyScan GO makes monitoring drug effectiveness more efficient, freeing up expert microscopists as well as making the ability to quantify malarial strains available to the wider medical community. so that’s all about the weekly tech updates from the biomedical society and healthcare society if u have any query or suggestion u can give it in comment section. don’t Forget to subscribe this channel If you like the video hit the like button and share this video with others. so this is AMIT MOHAN RAMAN signing out.

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