Calls for the regionalization of acute coronary syndrome mainly on recent studies carried out in Europe, that patients from smaller hospitals to larger hospitals Sun could suggest they receive interventional therapies could reduce based mortality, Krumholz writes. The health care system in the United States is clearly not the same as Europe, Krumholz notes. Patients are farther from hospitals and our EMS no experience in recognition of the particular group of patients It seems these treatments. It seems only reasonable that we for ourselves to test in the United States, whether such a system before accept take. .
Epstein also commented on the potential downsides of a regionalization policy, including financial difficulties for hospitals that no longer treat patients with myocardial infarction and increased costs in from a reduction in hospital competition the cardiovascular – market method.. Andrew Epstein, Assistant Professor of Public Health believes that the adoption of such a system may require a large-scale reorganization of the U.S. Health care system. Provided that regionalization of of care, to be done with perfect clinical accuracy could, we estimate that you would need more than 500,000 Americans from the hospitals where they are currently being treated, so that they have access to interventional treatments like cardiac catheterization and transmit bypass surgery, Epstein said.The research team being then improve utility the biosensor, for example, response time, and thinks that the potential therapeutic Application Details extend beyond the the detection of chemical agents. – With additional genetic fine-tuning of the olfaktorischen receptor pathway, this system could also be used investigational drug candidate drugs, a crucial step in developing new drugs, said Dhanasekaran.