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improved in the one nine hundred sixty s. with the advent of the so-called cage ball which could be implanted inside the heart itself unlike with previous models later in the decade disc made their debut . natural flow. by the late one nine hundred seventy s. more or less modern day by the scene but these still work perfect. whatsoever the position of. the ring they create some amount of resistance so the pressure on the heart is generally as high as thirty forty or even fifty millimeters of mercury we figured out that it would be impossible to remove this
obstacle as long as the leaflets were in the middle of the blood so we decided to place them outside the ring. for that the doctor to med inch premier hard. those coming off the lines here are made of what's called monolithic pure carbon the materials obtained from ordinary natural gas. temperatures up to fifteen hundred degrees. special of. the reactor that's been collected and passed on for further reworking. i mean different is that elsewhere dearly to carbon is based on a graphic foundation. that is a result of. structure. damage. but the whole thing falls apart whenever there's a tiny crack. is better protected against.
getting that pure carbon they need is only the first step in the process before these black into rings can become potentially life saving they must be cut into the right shape. going to be implanted inside someone's heart repeatedly. for pinpoint accuracy. unlike many other. are made entirely out of pure carbon. but the leaflets are also made from super strong material. shaped just right down using special equipment and that to be checked and cleaned once again from this point the two main components. are put together in an absolutely room over the years the company has sold tens of thousands of their previous models in more than
twenty five countries but thanks to their work with the. above. by creating an unobstructed channel through the middle. with a long life and reliability of mechanical one. form or shape is the same as that. which enables even. without any of. the functions. we've just started clinical trials which we intend to run for a year and then start mass production sales. so far only a handful of the brand new place in the hands of capable surgeons when they do eventually hit the market will likely be plenty of demand in two thousand and eleven there were some twenty five thousand placement surgeries in russia alone and to avoid becoming another of those statistics you should do as i say not as i do
for like this may be tasty but in excess it could lead to any number of health problems all the starch and sugar can wreak havoc on your teeth and might just land you under dental surgeons operating lights where they knew even that doesn't have to be as nail biting as it used to be for many. high power laser. time.
controlled the temperature of the being operated on. depending on the required temperature. different configurations to see which. certain. materials can be used in the tips but depending on how much. the. current cutting edge research takes place in. the company's production all the way across the globe. of boston massachusetts in the united states there's a truly international research and development carried out by the.
individual companies. primarily responsible for innovation research development and commercialization of the product in the russian federation. responsible for manufacturing and commercialization in international markets and we think. very optimal scheme to maximize success of the project because it allows us to. maximize the strengths of each parties and their respective. and also leverage. capital resources most efficiently. but the company is currently working on a new. scalpel
for a different one in theory that means didn't have to invest and then entirely separate consul for different purposes. devices closest competitors in terms of power are much larger and much more complicated than the. some competitors make similarly sized devices but they're much less powerful than ours so our devices are quite well placed in the market they're compact easy to assemble highly efficient and can accurately control the optical. scan machines as you can see here the laser scalpel is easily able to pierce a piece of wood with only three pulses it can slice through about fifteen meters the resulting hole is smaller and more accurate than is possible with other surgical drills in theory such superfast. could be used for pain this cavity drilling. it was exhibit.
which was held this year all the devices they were produced intended for sale in the russian market were completely sold out over the course of the two days of the show. here in russia the company and its technology is getting recognition all around and not just from buyers despite having only been set up a few years ago. a resident of which is essentially a big tech idea clearing house the status and advantages of joining that club will only help push the company and its lasers into the future. mission free could you take three. three. three. three. two three. three books. for your media projects.
major universities are variable treasure trove of knowledge in the form of both respected professors and millions upon millions of books however there is just not enough time in the day all our lives to get through them all but thanks to the labor of one tireless academic here that could all be changing comes to science and technology it's hard to find as prolific of an institution as moscow state university stalking the hollowed halls here have been some of the globe's greatest thinkers and it was here back in the late one nine hundred sixty s. that. teamed up with if you move lieberman to prove the existence of the electric potential difference across mitochondrial membranes that was a confirmation needed to help earn a british scientist the nobel prize perhaps more importantly that discovery could unlock the founder of youth for assault. to understand we have to look inside each
it typically. much easier path to the market. or to commercialize the technology a company called. the potential adverse side effects are much smaller than with something like a. traditional. in human clinical trials had to be passed. earlier in two thousand and twelve at the moment they're working on having it approved by western health agencies. targeted. to increasingly impaired vision. of these russian made able to do much more. there. is a result of. the. different picture when used extensively they greatly decrease the number of tissue sections.
as the first guinea pig even before he got the russian regular. in my opinion the results pretty much speak for themselves. i'm very short sighted i started suffering from cataracts. for years. as a result of using the eye drops the cataract disappeared my myopia dropped from minus seven down. but surely started getting there i'd.
designers are constantly. structures they've also been working on. the field of. production. program. programmers simulated. every one of the models for a concrete. could be a specific section or the whole body all together. engineers can replicate the various systems and. possible to real life compressors are used to mimic breathing
. fluids for cardiovascular. systems. for joy and react to the doctor's actions. programmers to recreate just about any problem imaginable. in the world therefore major companies in the business of making medical simulators. naturally. does their best to stand out. about this kind of competition because we believe that it benefits the end consumer. computing companies there are. the better it is . a few that our devices are better than four in. the first specifically for the russian healthcare system. we have introduced a new concept. with
a number of ports which is unique to our company. with. an operating room together with a robot this is something our foreign competitors to emulate. but i don't think there they recently got big backing for a project to build one of the largest innovative medical complex. plans are only on paper but they soon hope to break ground on a center that would bring many of the globe's leading institutions to. as you've seen today we hope that your next visit to the doctor and this. technology will see you next time enjoy the ride. oh. you know sometimes you see a story and it seems so for like sleep you think you understand it and then you
well i'm tom foreman in washington d.c. and here's what's coming up tonight on the big picture on tuesday the supreme court struck down section four of the voting rights act of nine hundred sixty five dozen gutting one of the most important pieces of civil rights era legislation but if things really changed in america more on that with robert kennedy jr in just a moment also the united states is the only country in the developed world that doesn't guarantee its citizens paid sick leave new york city is going to start requiring a time off for illness next year but what's it going to take to get american workers the same benefits that almost every european worker as and contrary to what ronald reagan said government.