Heart disease is not under human control; the growing number of patients in the United States and Europe is a cause for concern. In our country, more than two and a half million people die of heart disease every year; this number is one-fifth of the world’s deaths.
Despite the increasing number of deaths, treatment is impossible without understanding all heart cells’ structures. Heart cells, the individual and collective functions of cells, and molecular processes, and the function or mechanism of genes cannot be comprehensively treated.
It is also essential to examine the heartbeat and blood transfusion cells separately and understand the functioning of the heart’s immune system in the event of a disease or virus.
For heart research, Mark Zuckerberg and his wife’s foundation brought together many scientists from many countries, including the United States, Britain, Canada, and Germany.
These experts have created a complete and comprehensive map of the cells. This is an excellent step in the right direction. In case of further success, separate or specific treatment for heart patients will also be available. The experts wrote in the report that,
“We listen to the heartbeat all day long. Like an orchestra, the heart works all the time with a rhythm. Countless cells work together. The heart is one of the most complex organs in the human body, but the heart cells’ function is even more complicated. We are not familiar with all the functions of the heart cells.
Our research used to come to a central point, some of the heart cells work together, some cells work alone, isolated from other cells. Why like this? We did not have the answer to this question before; now we have it. 3D printers have made it possible to make calls from many parts of the body.
These cells can be customized, but heart cells are complex. They cannot be made in the required numbers with the help of 3D printers. Why? The answer to this question has also been found.
Christine Sedman of Harvard University says: “It is important to know the secrets of a healthy heart before understanding a diseased heart. Although research on the heart and cells of some people cannot be applied to the whole of humanity, Douglas Mann, a cardiologist at the University of Washington, says: “New research in this area has been invaluable.
Research on the heart cells of adult men and women has been very successful.” During the research, he also tried to find out if there is a difference in the treatment of heart in men and women. He also examined changes in the heart after 40 years of age.
Scientists combined the same type of heart cells, nucleus, and CD45 cells, to study the inner membranes of the right and left arteries of the heart and the cells of the immune system, lymphoid, and adiposis separately.
The number of these cells was up to 500,000. These cells were submitted for research by 14 donors from different countries, in which arterial cells were 30.1%, and other types of cells were 35% to 49%.
Medical experts in the United States and the United Kingdom took the cells of people who died in two stages, one when their heart stopped beating and the second time when their brain died.
Had done They wanted to see what changes take place in the heart cells from the time the heart stops beating until the brain stops working. This helped them to know if an individual’s heart stopped beating. If his brain is not “dead” yet, then how can he be treated? This is a complete map of the changes in the cells from the cessation of blood flow to the death of the brain.
The team has announced significant advances in treatment after learning about the internal structure of the heart. In a very complex and incomprehensible study, he said, “We have now succeeded in answering many questions that we were previously unaware of.”
In his detailed report entitled “Cells of “The adult human heart,” he said, “has now been able to understand the actual structure of other cells, including CD45 so that individual therapies may be possible in the light of new information.
He also worked on the preparation of these cells in the laboratory. And was quite successful; he saw that 3D technology could also help him in this medical work.
The World Medical Journal recommends further research and testing by placing the research on its pages regularly. The journal and scientists say that “if we were able to do more research, every human being The unique medical facility will be provided keeping in view the condition of the ducts and the heart,” he wrote, citing an example.
“We don’t have many options to keep the blood circulation healthy, so the same treatment is proposed, but in the future, with the help of 3D technology, scientists can treat it differently according to everyone’s heart.” That is why the title of the report is as follows, “O heart! Scientists understand you now. “۔