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Rare Earth is very important for our daily life

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Rare earth medical treatment is a new discipline separated by rare earth biochemistry, which is of great significance to the entire human health cause. Over the years, with the deepening of research work on rare earths in agriculture, medicine and biochemistry, it has been gradually proved that rare earth is a biological trace element. Therefore, the status of rare earths in scientific life is increasingly apparent. It can be expected that the application of rare earth in the medical field will be paid more and more attention, thus showing its broad application prospects.

Rare earth is the gospel of diabetic patients. Low-dose antimony trichloride (LaC13 and antimony trichloride YbCl3) was intraperitoneally injected, irrigated and intravenously injected into rats, and sections were observed. In HE staining, multiple hepatocytes were observed. Splitting period. Electron microscopic observation showed that in addition to the ultrastructure of hepatocytes, hepatocyte glycogen increased. It is indicated that rare earth has a certain promoting effect on the weak mitotic activity of hepatocytes and may have a regulatory effect on glucose metabolism.

China is a populous country, and with the aging of the population in recent years and the changes in people's lifestyles, the incidence of diabetes in China has reached record highs. According to the statistics of the International Diabetes Federation (IDF), the number of patients with diabetes in China has reached 2015. 109 million people, accounting for 71% of the number of patients in the Western Pacific, compared with an increase of 11.2 million in 2013, showing a rapid growth. IDF estimates that by 2040, the number of diabetic patients in China will reach 151 million, an increase of nearly 50% compared to 2015. This shows the broad prospects market for rare earth medicine.

In addition to diabetes, rare earths are widely used in other diseases.

Barium chloride has a non-competitive inhibitory effect on the uptake of glutamate by nerve endings in rats. It can significantly inhibit the calcium channel of the anterior membrane of the free nerve endings in the rat brain. It also has a certain effect on the animal's nervous system, especially on the brain and spinal nerve cells and nerve fibers.

Rare earth compounds such as rare earth amino acids, rare earth chlorides, etc. are applied to damaged skin of human or animal, and their effects are to astringent wounds, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial. There are basically no toxic side effects. The rare earth indomethacin formulated by rare earth has obvious anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects in the experiment on mice, and the side effects are less than the clinical indomethacin.

Rare earth compounds cure skin wounds are unique. From the perspective of histomorphology, the main reason is that rare earth compounds promote cell division and growth. Cell detachment on the surface of the skin, basal cell differentiation and proliferation of the epidermis of the skin. Thereby achieving accelerated wound healing.

In the early stage of AIDS, heteropoly complexes were used as anti-AIDS drugs in clinical practice. However, it is limited due to side effects. The rare earth heteropoly complex shows strong anti-HIV activity and low cytotoxicity, and is a good anti-HIV heteropoly complex discovered so far.

According to Ruidao, some progress has been made in the application of rare earths in uremic drugs, cardiovascular and cerebrovascular drugs and diabetes drugs. The main application elements are precisely high-abundance elements. It is an opportunity to alleviate the relationship between supply and demand and improve the imbalance of the development of various elements of rare earth at this stage. However, the large amount of capital investment in the research of rare earth medical technology is also the root cause of some companies' discouragement.

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