Will these machines are able to do whatever is necessary to restore the cells? Existing molecular machines demonstrate the ability to pass through tissue to enter cells, to recognize the molecular structure, etc., but the other requirements are also important. Will repair machines work fast enough? If they do, will they spend so much energy that patient roasted? The most extensive repairs can not require vastly more work than building cells from scratch. However, the molecular machinery working within the cell volume all the time doing just that, building a new cell at the time of tens of minutes (for bacteria) to several hours (for mammals). This indicates that repair machinery occupying a few percent of the cells volume will be able to perform extensive repairs in a reasonable time - days or at most weeks. Cells can allocate the necessary space. Even brain cells still function when the dead waste product called lipofuskinom (apparent molecular cell damage the product) fills over ten percent of their volume.
You Make the Call - Healthcare's Mandate for Post-discharge Follow Up
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