Just imagine what if our injuries do not heal! We cannot even imagine for a second. Our bodies have the innate response to heal and defend when injured or invaded by disease. We can help our body to enhance healing power in a clinically relevant way. Regenerative medicine is the branch of medicine that develops methods to regrow, repair or replace damaged or diseased cells, organs or tissues. Regenerative medicine includes the generation and use of therapeutic stem cells, tissue engineering and the production of artificial organs.
How Oscine Nest Conference Help here?
OSCINE NEST organizing an international conference on Regenerative Medicine and Tissue Engineering. Oscine brings leading researchers to discuss and speak about most relevant, advanced treatments, approaches in the field of Regenerative Medicine. Scientific research is working to make treatments available for clinical use. The conference theme- “Innovate, Integrate and motivate with Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine” mainly focuses on most recent advancements in treatments. Treatments include both in vivo and in vitro procedures. In vivo meaning studies and trials performed inside the living body in order to stimulate previously irreparable organs to heal themselves. In vitro treatments are applied to the body through implantation of a therapy studied inside the laboratory.
GSCRMTE-2019, Welcomes all researchers, scholars, speakers, professor to participate and discuss topics Regenerative Medicine and Tissue Engineering.
How Tissue Engineering related to Regenerative Medicine?
Regenerative medicine seeks to replace tissue or organs that have been damaged by disease, trauma, or congenital issues, vs. the current clinical strategy that focuses primarily on treating the symptoms. The tools used to realize these outcomes are tissue engineering, cellular therapies, and medical devices and artificial organs.
Tissue engineering is an interdisciplinary field that influences the physical, chemical, and biological environment surrounding a cell population. Tissue engineering is a strategy where biologically compatible scaffolds are implanted in the body at the site where new tissue is to be formed. If the scaffold is in the geometric shape of the tissue that needs to be generated, and the scaffold attracts cells the outcome is new tissue in the shape desired. If the newly forming tissue is subjected to exercise as it forms, the outcome can be a new functional engineered issue.
Medical Devices and Artificial Organs
Imagine if you were unable to control your bladder. Yes, your bladder. People all over the world are unable to do this due to a birth defect called spina bifida. Some patients must manually empty their bladder but the complications don’t end there. The inability to urinate at will, or even to regulate the build-up of urine, could cause back up into the kidneys, creating life-threatening damage. But wait, a revolutionary event has occurred! A series of child and teenage patients have received urinary bladders grown from their own cells! For More
Tissue Engineering and Biomaterials
The goal of regenerative medicine is to one day be capable of maintaining the body in such a way there will be no need to replace whole organs. Some diseases are so destructive that traditional medicine can only cure them by giving patients entirely new organs. Regenerative medicine has already successfully grown heart valves from human cells. With the use of biomaterials to create a mold, scientists engineer the cells to grow in the form of a heart valve. Once mastered in clinical trials, any transplant patient will be able to receive a heart valve that is essentially their own, making reject a non-issue. Regenerative medicine hopes to one day be able to repair these valves without even having to perform surgery. For More
Many millions of adult stem cells are found in every human. Our body uses stem cells as one way of repairing itself. Studies have illustrated that if adult stem cells are harvested and then injected at the site of diseased or damaged tissue, econstruction of the tissue is feasible under the right circumstances. These cells can be collected from blood, fat, bone marrow, dental pulp, skeletal muscle and other sources. Cord blood provides yet another source of adult stem cells. Scientists and clinicians are developing and refining their ability to prepare harvested stem cells to be injected into patients to repair diseased or damaged tissue. For More
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