Heart Attack Damage Slashed With Microparticle Therapy, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine And University of Sydney Study
Published: Jan 16, 2014
After a heart attack, much of the damage to the heart muscle is caused by inflammatory cells that rush to the scene of the oxygen-starved tissue. But that inflammatory damage is slashed in half when microparticles are injected into the blood stream within 24 hours of the attack, according to new preclinical research from Northwestern Medicine® and the University of Sydney in Australia.
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