In a ceremony on Sunday and with participation of Head of Food and Drug Administration of Iran (IFIDA), first domestically produced pulmonary surfactant ‘Beraksurf’ was unveiled.
Economic sanctions are often placed on countries with the intention of crippling economies and businesses. One area where sanctions have had unintended effects in Iran is the tech industry, which has boomed in recent years. It is now one of the region’s fastest growing, not despite sanctions, but actually because of them.
An Iranian knowledge-based firm has produced a wound healing gel, the main ingredient of which is taken from crustaceans.
The 22nd edition of Iran Health Exhibition kicked off in Tehran on Sunday in the presence of Iran’s Minister of Health, Treatment and Medical Education Saeed Namaki in Tehran.
Two Iranian professors of Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences presented their findings and achievements at the 5th European Congress for Bronchology and Interventional Pulmonology (ECBIP).
Iran has so far patented as many as 200 inventions in the fields of stem cell and regenerative medicine, according to the patent office at Council for Stem Cell Sciences and Technologies.
Some 12 hospitals in the northwestern city of Mashhad, Khorasan province, have so far gained the license to admit international patients, a senior official said. Mohammad Esmail Khayami, the head of Medical Tourism Department at Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, said on Saturday that some 12 hospitals have been granted the permits to offer medical […]