Engineered solvents, or spray-on technology is going through its evolution these days and it is stepping up with a number of amazing problem solving demonstrations every now and then that it is safer to call it the future technology.
Researchers at the British Heart Foundation are reported to be working on a 3D bioelectric spray-on that would mend the human heart to blow life back in to it.
The dead heart muscles leave scars on the heart, just like injuries leave scars on any other human body part, which makes it tougher for it to pump the blood. With the special lab-made-cells, once sprayed-on the heart through the syringe and needle, can exert up to 10,000 electric volt that helps the circulation of the blood bring back to the normal.
A thin sheet of bioelectric cells can directly be sprayed-on the scars of the heart in order to patch them.
The next phase of this ongoing project is to test the whole procedure on animals, so to arrive on a concrete point to avoid the maximum assumptions.
The background of the research is to quickly operate the heart patients rather than to make them wait for heart donors which aren’t found in heavy numbers anywhere in the world.