Medical advancements have been taking place across the countries in the world. Recently, it has been revealed that an Australian team has created a motor, which is as thin as human hair and will be quite effective at the time of treating stroke patients.
The idea of developing the motor was given by Professor James Friend from RMIT University. He was of the view that when one would see the motor then it is possible that he might need to see it through microscope because of its tiny size.
It is not more than the size of grain of salt. While sharing his experience to develop the motor, James said that they have to develop their own tools to do work in regard to the motor.
The motor will ensure that the catheter navigates through the blood and reach into the brain. "Now we're able to have a microrobot attached to a microcatheter, which allows for much better manoeuvrability and navigation capacity, so we can get around winding arteries", said Associate Professor Yan.
In order to develop the product, it took six years and after researching on the same for the mentioned period, the motor was being developed, said Yan.
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