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Ventricular tachycardia is a pulse rate of more than 100 beats per minute, with at least three irregular heartbeats in a row. It is a major cause of sudden cardiac death. The condition can develop...

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Electric fan use could lead to greater heart rate and core temperature in elderly adults

In a study appearing in the September 6 issue of JAMA, Craig G. Crandall, Ph.D., of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, and colleagues examined whether electric fan use would ...

Nanotechnology for energy materials: Electrodes like leaf veins

Nano-sized metallic wires are attracting increasing attention as conductive elements for manufacturing transparent electrodes, which are employed in solar cells and touch screen panels. In addition to...

Thermoelectric silicon material reaches record-low thermal conductivity

(—Researchers have theoretically demonstrated the lowest rate of heat transfer, or thermal conductivity, in any silicon-based material developed so far.

Life-saving heart devices often inaccessible in public places

(Reuters Health) - When the heart stops suddenly, it can sometimes be restarted with an electric shock from an automated external defibrillator (AED) – but even when an AED is nearby, it's often loc...

Researchers find way to tune thermal conductivity of 2-D materials

Researchers have found an unexpected way to control the thermal conductivity of two-dimensional (2-D) materials, which will allow electronics designers to dissipate heat in electronic devices that use...

In extreme heat, electric fans may not benefit some elderly

(Reuters Health) - Elderly people who use electric fans during extreme heat may have higher heart rates and core temperatures compared to having no fan, according to a small study.

A transistor that can be stretched to twice its length with minimal loss of conductivity

(—An international team of researchers has developed a transistor that can be stretched to twice its length and still maintain most of its conductivity. As the group notes in their paper pu...

Light tames lethal heart disorders in mice and virtual humans

(Johns Hopkins University) Using high-tech human heart models and mouse experiments, scientists at Johns Hopkins and Germany's University of Bonn have shown that beams of light could replace electric ...

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Suspension Electrodes Combining Slurries and Upflow Fluidized Beds.

Carbon-based suspension electrodes are currently intensively investigated for emerging electrochemical systems, such as flow batteries, flow capacitors, and capacitive deionization cells. The main lim...

The Influence of Vesicle Shape and Medium Conductivity on Possible Electrofusion under a Pulsed Electric Field.

The effects of electric field on lipid membrane and cells have been extensively studied in the last decades. The phenomena of electroporation and electrofusion are of particular interest due to their ...

Thermal conductivity of the porcine heart tissue.

The porcine heart was used as a model for studying the thermal changes in myocardium at cooling and re-warming during open heart surgery. A section of the heart septum was excised and tissue was cut i...

Skyrmions and Hall Transport.

We derive a generalized set of Ward identities that captures the effects of topological charge on Hall transport. The Ward identities follow from the (2+1)-dimensional momentum algebra, which includes...

Coral-shaped MoS2 Decorated with Graphene Quantum Dots Performed as a Highly Active Electrocatalyst for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction.

We report a new CVD method to prepare coral-shaped monolayer MoS2 with a large amount of exposed edge sites for catalyzing hydrogen evolution reaction. The electrocatalytic activities of the coral-sha...

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