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A rubber membrane has been shown to be very effective in reducing blood pressure in some people, according to a new study.
The study was conducted at the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras.
The researchers say that the rubber membrane may be a natural candidate for membrane therapy, and are now testing it in patients with cardiovascular disease.
A study published in the Journal of Cardiology found that people with hypertension who received a rubber membrane for five days reported a significant reduction in their heart rate.
They were also able to reduce their blood pressure by more than 50%.
Rubber membranes have been shown in other studies to help people with congestive heart failure and heart failure related to diabetes.
In a separate study published earlier this year in the European Heart Journal, the researchers showed that patients with high cholesterol had improved blood pressure control in a rubber-like membrane.
In addition, the membrane had a positive effect on heart rate and blood pressure and even prevented blood clotting, according the researchers.
The membrane was tested in an experimental mouse model of cardiovascular disease, and also in a rat model of hypertension.
In this study, they tested the membrane on a group of mice with hypertension and cardiovascular disease in the same animal model.
Rubber membrane reduces the amount of endothelial cells in the blood, but does not affect the blood vessels, researchers said.
It may have an anti-inflammatory effect on the blood.
It might reduce the release of blood clots, they added.
Rubber membranes could be a potential treatment for hypertension in the future, researchers added.
“A rubber membrane is an effective barrier against cardiovascular disease and may be beneficial for patients with coronary heart disease, but we are still learning what is the best route for its application in the clinic,” said Dr. Ramesh Bhattacharya, a research fellow at the institute.
A rubber-based membrane is also an effective treatment for blood clotting, researchers say.
It was found to be more effective than standard blood pressure medications.
The results are in line with other studies.
“This study is very encouraging for us as it shows that rubber membranes have a significant potential in reducing cardiovascular disease morbidity and mortality in patients suffering from hypertension,” said Prof. Anil Madhavan, a member of the team and a senior researcher at the Centre for Health Research and Policy.
“It is also very encouraging that we have shown that rubber membrane works effectively in preventing cardiovascular disease,” he added.