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Synonyms for artificial

made by human beings instead of nature

made to imitate something else

not genuine or sincere

artificially genteel

marked by unnaturalness, pretension, and often a slavish love of fads

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contrived by art rather than nature

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artificially formal

not arising from natural growth or characterized by vital processes

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For the purpose of this study, Grand View Research has segmented the global artificial organ and bionics market on the basis of product, technology and region:
The artificial organ uses blood stem cells to create "artificial thymic organoids," capable of producing specialized T cells that can detect a large scope of viruses yet operate similar to normal, naturally created human cells.
Scientists at City University in London said the artificial organ should be able to help patients achieve better blood sugar (glucose) control and have fewer episodes of dangerously low blood sugar, or hypoglycemia, than is possible with insulin pumps.
The beagles' recovery of bladder control was a pleasant surprise for Atala, who had expected that any dog receiving the artificial organ would need a catheter to drain away urine buildup.
An in-depth report on artificial organ implants featuring the mechanical heart implant program at Jewish Hospital in Louisville, KY, headlines the Winter 2002 edition of Transplant Video Journal.
Scientists create first artificial organ to use in drug testing
But it may be that in some cases -- for example, if a liver is so overwhelmingly damaged that it cannot recover -- then perhaps this could be used as an artificial organ.
The Nagasaki University School of Medicine ethics committee has approved a plan to conduct research on an artificial liver made with human liver cells to prepare for Japan's first clinical test involving an artificial organ in the treatment of acute liver failure.
Our artificial organ systems are aimed at offering an alternative to animal experiments.
Frost & Sullivan, Mountain View, CA, an international marketing and consulting and training company, has published a report which predicts the market potential for animal and artificial organ transplants is expected to be worth more than $10 annually by the year 2005.
Many humans now live with transplanted kidneys, livers, hearts, lungs, corneas, pancreases, and, of late, even penises and faces; others have artificial organs - from increasingly sophisticated prosthetic limbs to bionic eyes and ears.
Italian specialists in biological membranes review recent developments in membranes and investigate how they can be used to improve the quality and efficiency of artificial organs as an aging population increases the demand for organ transplant while it decreases the supply.
CytoSorbents Corporation, a critical care immunotherapy leader using CytoSorb blood purification to treat deadly inflammation in critically ill and cardiac surgery patients around the world, highlighted the recent publication of a study entitled Extracorporeal cytokine elimination as rescue therapy in refractory septic shock: a prospective single-center study in the Journal of Artificial Organs.
Artificial organs are another possible lifesaver, but like gene-editing pig cells to create transplantable organs, the technology is not complete.
In the first of a series of steps to treat him, the child was rushed to an Aden-based hospital before continuing psychiatric, medical and artificial organs installation treatment process under the supervision of the Riyadh-based center upon directives of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud.
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