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This Treatment Will End Diabetes!

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The new invention of diabetes treatment is – a credit card shaped pouch, which is placed under the skin. This pouch contains small tubes that are injected with cells – which produce insulin hormones. It is believed that this treatment will completely cure diabetes.

Researchers have found that blood clots develop in and around Pou and it helps to form cells, it creates an organ of full function – which produces insulin and regulates blood sugar levels. US researchers are currently experimenting with type 1 diabetes patients.

Type 1 diabetes is when the immune system attacks pancreatic insulin-producing icelet (pancreatic cell), resulting in pancreatic production of little or no hormones in the pancreas.

In type 2 diabetes, insulin production is reduced or this cell becomes resistant to its reaction, so blood sugar levels are high and ultimately, there is a constant dilemma in the capillary (which gives food to the main organs and prevents blood flow).

Over the years, only one type of type 1 diabetes is being administered, regular insulin injection (usually around a day) or the insulin pump. About 30 percent of type 2 diabetes patients also need insulin injection to control this disease. But insulin injection can be inconvenient and it is not cured.

The new Sarnova Cell Pouch is designed to replace the causes of this disease instead of replacing the causes, where new islet cells are replaced.

Islet cells are being replaced for more than a decade, usually associated with liver transplantation from newly found dead donors, but the researchers are suggesting that all replaceable islet cells do not survive and that most patients require multiple transplants. Then the patient must take anti-drug treatment in the rest of his life. There is no problem in setting up a pouch because it automatically becomes insulin-producing organisms itself and its cell is protected from the immune system attack, so patients will not need anti-regression drugs.

The pouch is made from special polymer material, which is safe to use on the body and it is not disturbed. Its surface holes help in developing blood vessels in it and it has small tubes where the replacement cells are kept. A special cover prevents it from attacking the immune system.

There are two methods of this treatment. The first method is to adopt normal anesthesia, where the pouch is placed under the stomach’s skin and it is kept in the pouch for about three weeks for the development of blood vessels and tissues.

In the second method, the doctors injected thousands of islet cells of donors in small tubes of the pouch. Already having a blood flow, the Islet cell receives good support and is expected to function as normal pancreatic.

In 2011, a study of the University of Alberta in Canada found that after pumping of poults between diabetic rats, they did not need insulin injections after 100 days.

This treatment proved to be safe for the people. Islet cells were able to produce insulin and were able to connect with the circulatory system. Currently, it is being tested in type 1 diabetes patients.

Researchers are of the opinion that in the future, this technique can be used for other chronic diseases such as hemophilia and Parkinson’s disease, which is due to lack of compounds.

In the case of hemophilia, the pouch can be injected with cells, which regulates blood clotting factor constant of 8, due to which the patients suffer.

Parkinson’s is due to lack of movement control dopamine. This problem can be solved in patients with the dopamine-producing injection of patients.

In the University of Chicago’s new test, type 1 diabetes patients will be given Sarnova cell pouch and for one year their blood sugar, insulin levels, and side effects will be monitored.

“Replacement and reproduction of cells is an exciting field of research,” said Emily Barnes of Diabetes UK, Emily Burns said, “Scientists are looking for ways to replace insulin-producing cells and making devices capable of replacing them.” It will require various trials to cure the disease. If the trial is successful, it will bring a great change in the treatment of type 1 diabetes in the future.

In addition, research has shown that eating regular fishes may reduce the risk of heart attack patients with diabetes. Diabetes increases the risk of heart disease and Georgia Southern University researchers have monitored more than 1,100 diabetic adults for almost 18 years, those who have eaten more than twice a week have survived more than two years compared to those who did not eat any fish a week. There is a considerable amount of omega-3 in fish, which is believed to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease by reducing inflammatory compounds.

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