JAKARTA – Organ transplantation is one of the most frequently performed medical procedures today.
However, it cannot be denied that the success of this action is still difficult to verify because everything has to be done manually.
Recently, scientists at Northwestern University reportedly developed a tool to detect organ transplant success in the form of a microchip. This tool has now entered the experimental phase.
Compiled by Mashable, Thursday (9/14/2023), this tool was tested on animal kidney transplants and managed to warn of potential organ rejection three weeks earlier than previous methods.
In the future, it is hoped that this tool can monitor the health of newly transplanted organs in real time by sending detailed information signals wirelessly to the doctor’s smartphone or tablet.
Having a tool to detect organ transplant success can not only improve patients’ well-being but also help maintain the health of donated organs.
In turn, this tool could be useful in saving more lives in the context of a global shortage of organ donations.
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