Research Team Develops First Ingestible Electroceutical Device to Regulate Appetite

Researchers at NYU Abu Dhabi have created the first ingestible electroceutical device for neuromodulation of the gut-brain axis, which could be used to control appetite and cure metabolic and neurological diseases. The non-invasive capsule was invented in partnership with Prof. Giovanni Traverso, of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and graduate student James McRae, the Emirates … διαβάστε περισσότερα

Electroceuticals – Electrotherapy

What Is Microcurrent Therapy? Microcurrent therapy is a treatment that applies electricity to affected areas of the body at a low amplitude (microamps) rather than the more commonly used high amplitude (milliamps) treatments. While transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) applies short bursts of electricity at a high amplitude, microcurrent treatment opts for longer bursts of … διαβάστε περισσότερα

Making Sense of Electrical Stimulation: A Meta-analysis for Wound Healing

Electrical stimulation as a mode of external enhancement factor in wound healing has been explored widely. It has proven to have multidimensional effects in wound healing including antibacterial, galvanotaxis, growth factor secretion, proliferation , transdifferentiation, angiogenesis, etc. Despite such vast exploration, this modality has not yet been established as an accepted method for treatment. This … διαβάστε περισσότερα