A representation of an artificial heart valve through a 3D Medical Animation
By Marie Morales
The researchers of Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences have devised the first-ever biohybrid model of beating cardiac cells aligned helically.
As a Healthclubfinder report specifies, “the future of cardiac medicine involves tissue engineering.” Specifically, it includes the development of a human heart intended for transplant.
The future of cardiac medicine involves tissue engineering. It includes the creation of a human heart for transplant.
This model revealed that the alignment of muscles does, in fact, substantially increase the amount of blood that the ventricle can pump with every contraction.Continue reading… “Artificial Heart: Researchers Use Focused Rotary Jet Spinning Technology for More Advanced Human Transplant”