New drug inventions to restore damaged heart tissue

New drug inventions to restore damaged heart tissue
New drug inventions to restore damaged heart tissue


Scientists of the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) have invented a new drug that will restore the affected heart tissue to the active and normal condition due to the disruption of oxygen supply during hypoxia (oxygen deficiency in the blood).
The results of these new drugs have been announced by the production biomedicine company Amanox International.

The new drug has been named OMX-CV (omx-cv). The PLOS biology journal published this report on Thursday.
If the oxygen supply is interrupted by the effects of cancer, heart disease, trauma, low oxygen deficiency or hypoxia, or other diseases, this drug will activate and supply oxygen. It has no side effects and there is no possibility of excess oxygen in the blood. It will transmit oxygen to the needs of the cells.
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