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Boy am I glad I woke up this morning and I could be here for Sunday house call because joining us this morning doctor David somebody the vice chairman of the department of urology -- -- products at the Mount Sinai Medical Center and doctor Marc Siegel is here as always associate professor of medicine at NYU's -- a medical center.
After Siegel is also the author of the inner pulse unlocking the secret -- of sickness.
And help doctors good morning.
Morning morning good to see it let's unlock a few secrets what do you secretary minutes time we're gonna start with regret something that actually is wild have you heard about this -- which is developing the first of its kind injection.
That they say could save the lives of people can -- -- it's an injection that delivers oxygen directly into the bloodstream much money what what does this all about.
Well this comes very very handy because we have a lot of patience out there that they really have their way of structures.
They may have asthma bronchitis pneumonia also let you know ended in the field of trauma.
You may have looked a real obstruction so what's the first rule of medicine there.
Get axis of fairway so what we do is begin to -- -- patient.
The ventilation much new machine is going to -- for the patient now.
What this technology is which is really really Smart what they have done is they have created these oxygen bubbles.
The -- with factly around it and you can actually injected into the blog directly but what he does it introduces.
Oxygen to the patient so that will buy us some time to be able to get the patient stayed all and -- -- so how -- this going to be really helpful if you're doing is CPR.
If you're in the operating on the oxygen -- -- security trauma situation.
Think that's fifty minutes is a lifetime every minute is a big deal so this was actually published in -- in this science translational medicine recently.
And it's very very effective it's -- Raddatz at this point it's gonna take another couple years.
And I think marking -- civil betting -- touch with the author this time and this is he mentioned that this is not to replace the ventilation machine that's understood I -- some top.
-- Diane Slater does a single -- -- an an an ambulance could have this for example sits in rabbits now not yet for us but.
But it shows -- -- have it it could be in an army situation you combat it could be unit unit operating room and especially intensive care unit -- we are not getting enough oxygen.
And actually the author of this had a dramatic event where he wants the young child because she had pneumonia and develop fluid in the lungs and she couldn't get enough oxygen -- got him working on this very dramatic.
And here's the most important thing here which is.
This is never going to be a do it yourself where home because you don't want oxygen clogs the arteries in the end up you can and that within guest -- which is essentially a stroke.
This what's genius about this is they took the oxygen and they tied it up with a fat molecules so it.
You combined the oxygen with and it gets to ruin the capillaries.
And it's able to reach when you needed to give oxygen to organs that are starving because they're not getting -- finally -- -- It's really really important.
I love getting oxygen and iron to the vital organs which is a heart and the brain.
And that can prevent any irreversible damage that can be done so it's gonna save many realize what's it comes our political panel but does -- their -- are this skilled hands if -- -- final.
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