Breath analysis is a promising non-invasive method for diagnosing and monitoring diabetes. This review discusses various breath analysis technologies, with an emphasis on nanotechnology-based semiconductor sensing nanomaterials. These nanomaterials have the potential to enable cheap and portable breath analysis devices, which could make diabetes management more convenient and accessible for people with the disease.
New research shows that yoga therapy can be used as a complementary treatment in the management of heart failure. The study, conducted by researchers from the Indian Council for Medical Research, found that heart failure patients who received yoga therapy in addition to standard medical treatment had significant improvements in left ventricular systolic function and […]
Primary immunodeficiency syndromes are genetically determined immunodeficiencies with immune and nonimmune defects. Nonimmune manifestations are often more easily recognized than those of the immunodeficiency. Examples are ataxia-telangiectasia, cartilage-hair hypoplasia, DiGeorge syndrome, hyper-IgE syndrome, and Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome. Despite the presence of immunodeficiencies, some patients also develop autoimmune disorders.
A new method for diagnosing diabetes using high-frequency ultrasound and a convolutional neural network was developed. The method is based on the observation that glucose in red blood cells forms glycated hemoglobin and accumulates on its surface. The results confirmed the efficacy of the CNN-based approach with a classification accuracy of 0.98. This non-invasive diagnostic […]