TEHRAN (ANA)- The production line of vacutainer blood collection tubes with the annual production capacity of 100 millions of vacutainer plastic tubes was inaugurated by Rouhollah Dehghani Firouzabadi, Vice-President for Science, Technology and Knowledge-Based Economy.
TEHRAN (ANA)- Researchers at Sinai Health have discovered important insights into the link between post-meal insulin levels and long-term cardiac and metabolic well-being.
TEHRAN (ANA)- Specialists at an Iranian knowledge-based company managed to produce powerful magnets which can strengthen muscles and heal wounds.
TEHRAN (ANA)- Scientists at Tsinghua University have developed a miniature probe that is wireless and dynamically tracks oxygen levels in the deep brain, providing a promising tool for brain disease monitoring.
TEHRAN (ANA)- The president of Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences(SBUMC) said more than 1.2 millions people travel to Iran each year to receive medical services and treatment, adding that the country has the potential to receive more than 5 millions medical tourists.
TEHRAN (ANA)- New research, however, now shows that receiving warmth from a caregiver during childhood protects cardiovascular health later in life, according to a study led by NYU Grossman School of Medicine and The Ohio State University Wexler Medical Center.
TEHRAN (ANA)- A group of researchers at a technological company based at the Science and Technology Park of West Azarbaijan province in the Northwestern part of Iran commercialized a whole slide scanner for breast cancer diagnosis.
TEHRAN (ANA)- Researchers at an Iranian knowledge-based company have domestically produced disposable electrodes used in electrocardiograph devices.
TEHRAN (ANA)- Liposomes, protein nanoparticles, nanocrystals, micelles, polymeric and inorganic nanoparticles, and protein drug conjugates (PDCs) are among the important platforms that are used in Iran for the production of nanomedicine.
TEHRAN (ANA)- Iranian specialists at a technological unit stationed at Pardis Science and Technology Park managed to produce disposable electrodes for electrocardiography devices which play a key role in intensive care units and checking the patient's vital signs.