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A knowledge-based Iranian company has managed to develop a domestic blood bank centrifuge machine which is one of the essential equipment needed for blood transfusion bases and some medical centres.
An Iranian knowledge-based company has begun exporting nanofibre masks to three foreign countries.
Iran has turned into a prominent producer of hepatitis medications in the region and a leading country in the treatment of the liver infection disease, an official said.
Iranian Researchers at Mashhad University of Medical Sciences have produced liver and pancreatic stem cells in laboratory.
Iranian researchers have found out that it is possible to treat wrinkles and acnes by transplanting an individual's stem cells into his or her own skin.
Researchers at the University of Tehran have designed a system to study changes in blood flow to different areas of the brain in order to help identify the areas involved in specific brain activity.
An Iranian researcher says 1,200 bone marrow transplantation surgeries are carried out every year in Iran, but the number needs to be increased to more than 2,000.
With the aging of the population, the provision of services and the production of medical products for the elderly has become increasingly important. The hip joint is one of the products that Iran has become self-reliant in its production.