New Hungarian medicine gives hope to cure stroke
András Csizmadia Málnási, a Hungarian medical scientist, has been awarded the Innovation Researcher of Eötvös Loránd University in 2018 award, along with his fellow scientist and colleague. These two scientists explored new compounds which could help to cure the anatomy of muscles in the human body and to prevent any kind of malfunctions and diseases. With the use of these compounds, they would like to create new kinds of medicine which could set new standards in the health industry.
According to origo.hu, these newly explored compounds play an important part in muscle movements, the healthy structure of the brain and in the heart muscles. In the last decades, many efforts were made by scientists to find the possible cure for stroke, but all these efforts failed.
Fortunately, Hungarian scientists did not give up and managed to create a material, which contains a special kind of albumin, which destroys motor proteins (these proteins cause fatal strokes in the human brain), and in this way, people who got strokes would recover more easily and efficiently.
This new method was first tested on animals. Scientists created a stroke disease in animals with special surgical procedures, and after they woke up from the surgery, they got the medicine. Scientists reported that after they received this special material, it was observed that these animals’ brains showed immediate recovery and their neurological system also started to operate normally.
To be treated with a stroke means that after the incident, the muscles do not get the necessary impulses to be able to move efficiently. For this reason, the patient suffers from constant muscle pain. The current medicines for a stroke are mostly efficient but have a lot of side-effects which are harmful to our heart and our neurological system.
This special cure created by a scientist is more efficient than the regular ones because it only disables motor proteins. This means that it does not have any side-effects to any other part of the human body, and it is optimal to be established as the most efficient stroke medicine without any harmful side-effects.