Method and equipment for heart tissue viability control during heart surgery operations will be developed using time-resolved, laser-induced fluorescence techniques, electrical activity mapping and thermovision.
Description, comparison with clinical data and clinical exploitation of a non-invasive and relatively inexpensive method for screening cardiovascular systems based on multi-parameter analysis of heart haemodynamics and vascular perfusion in selected areas of the body.
Development of algorithms for the evaluation of ischemic stroke volume from images of human brain computed tomography slices. This will be implemented in a computer aided medical diagnostic tool that can be used on personal computers.
To develop algorithms for evaluating the region of intracranial saccular aneurysms on angiography images, and to implement the new method in computer aided medical diagnostic tools for use with personal computers.
The task of the project is to develop an individual-use wireless electrocardiography ecg recording and transmitting device and warning system for long-term monitoring of cardiac risk patients.
Environmentally friendly semi solid preparation from natural ecological sources will be created. This qualitatively new cream will retard cell aging, strengthen the antimicrobial barrier of the skin and promote healthy healing.
Creation of the methodology for natural antioxidant usage in preventing the development of diabetes mellitus complications. Estimation of new usage aspects of nutrition supplements. Optimisation of technological forms.
The project is focused on the use and medical application of antisense oligonucleotides, which selectively target expression of the genes encoding enzymes for synthesis of polysaccharides within streptococci in order to inhibit the formation of biofilm.
Commercially viable analytical device, detecting glucose, urea, sodium and potassium concentrations in blood and biological fluids, suitable for monitoring patients with renal diseases undergoing hemodialysis treatment
Diagnosis of skin cancer based on ICT tools