Drop Down MenusCSS Drop Down MenuPure CSS Dropdown Menu

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

A new drugs to prevent death from the nuclear radiation exposure

The number of bomb threats that could kill and injure many people give birth to a global desire to create medical countermeasures that can prevent damage to the body from exposure to radiation bomb.

In a research report published in the journal Laboratory Investigation, noted that scientists will be able to develop drugs that can protect a person from the impact of the explosion or exposure to nuclear radiation.

The study, led by Carla Kantara This may be done on a bunch of rats. They found that by injecting drug peptide TP508 in mice after exposure to radiation blast for 24 hours, can inhibit the damage that may occur in the digestive system of the mice-so, also delaying the time of his death.
Japanese police wearing chemical protection suits search for victims inside the 20 kilometer radius around the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Minamisoma, Fukushima prefecture, Japan, on April 15, 2011. A massive earthquake and ensuing tsunami on March 11 destroyed homes, killed thousands and caused a nuclear disaster. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1KgErnd)
Exposure to nuclear radiation in high amounts cause any damage to the intestinal lining, resulting in a syndrome called the gastrointestinal, or GI. When exposed to the syndrome, intestinal trouble digesting the water, causing the body electrolyte imbalance, bacterial infections, intestinal leaking, sepsis, and even death.

With TP508, a drug that stimulates the repair of the skin, bone, and muscle tissue in the intestine of mice. Previously, the TP508 drug shown to improve healing of ulcer disease and fractures in humans. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | SCIENCEDAILY]
Note: This blog can be accessed via your smart phone.
Kindly Bookmark and Share it: