New drug for reducing heart attack damage
The researchers claimed that they have found a drug which might reduce the heart muscle damage after a heart attack. This will help the patients to lead an improved normal life.
The New South Wales university researchers claimed that the pre-clinical responses were positive. The name given to the drug is Dz13. It works against the gene which is responsible for inflammation and muscle death after the heart attack. It is helpful in neutralizing the gene which cause inflammation and muscle harm.
The drug is said to be capable for reducing the incidental death of tissues and cells. It also protects the tissues from effects of balloon angioplasty.
This drug might be used as a targeted therapy to that might be used to balance other treating measures. In this way it opens the door to increase the chances of a normal recovery.
One fact you might notice is this drug will not prevent heart attack.