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Study findings offer refined approach to predict risk of ARMD in patients with MoM hip implants
NEWS MEDICAL Patients with "metal on metal" (MoM) artificial hips are at risk of complications caused by adverse... 9 hours
Long-term follow-up after weight-loss surgery finds high rate of anemia
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers found a high rate of anemia 10 years after patients received Roux-en-Y gastric bypass, suggesting that long-term follow-up with a bariatric specialist is important to lessen the... 10 hours
Medical News Today: Trimalleolar fracture: Recovery, surgery, and outlook
MNT Trimalleolar fracture is a specific injury in the ankle, where three areas known as the malleoli break simultaneously. Learn about treatments and recovery. 11 hours
MED-EL introduces world’s first cochlear implant powered by wireless charging
NEWS MEDICAL MED-EL, a leading provider of hearing implant systems, has today launched the world’s first cochlear implant audio processor to feature wireless charging at the 61st Austrian National Otorhinolaryngology,... 15 hours
UConn Health makes new 3D-printed model of arteries to help surgeons get practice
NEWS MEDICAL The first time a young surgeon threads a wire through a stroke victim's chest up through their neck and fishes a blood... 22 hours
Brain surgery revolution
BBC A brain surgeon in the UK has started using 3D printed titanium plates to replace parts of patients' skulls. 24 hours
[Research Articles] Responsive monitoring of mitochondrial redox states in heart muscle predicts impending cardiac arrest
Science Magazine Assessing the adequacy of oxygen delivery to tissues is vital, particularly in the fields of intensive care medicine... 1 day
Mathematical simulations shed new light on epilepsy surgery
SCIENCE DAILY Results from an unexpected quarter is could help neurologists to identify which brain region to remove to eliminate an epilepsy patient’s symptoms. Mathematicians have shown that it is sensible to examine the... 1 day
Researchers use computer simulations to provide better insight into epilepsy surgery
NEWS MEDICAL Results from an unexpected quarter is could help neurologists to identify which brain region to remove to eliminate an epilepsy patient's symptoms. Mathematicians from the University... 2 days
Researchers find significant link between foot pain and knee or hip pain
NEWS MEDICAL A study by researchers at Hospital for Special Surgery and Harvard Medical School suggests new guidelines may be in order for evaluating and treating... 2 days
augmedics is building augmented reality glasses for spinal surgery Augmedics is building augmented reality glasses for spinal surgery
TechCrunch  Meet Augmedics, an Israeli startup that is working on an augmented reality headsets for surgeons performing spinal surgery.... 2 days
Antibiotics following C-section among obese women reduces risk of surgical infection
SCIENCE DAILY Among obese women undergoing cesarean delivery, a postoperative 48-hour course of antibiotics significantly decreased the rate of surgical site infection within 30 days after delivery, according... 2 days
Re-interventions are common in long-term survivors of childhood heart operation
SCIENCE DAILY Among patients who undergo childhood heart surgery for the severe birth defect single-ventricle disease, two-thirds of survivors require a surgical or catheter-based procedure within 20 years. Pediatric cardiology... 3 days
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TechCrunch  Each year, TechCrunch selects early-stage startups from a pool of thousands across the globe, and selects the top innovators to compete in... 4 days
Common surgeries may serve as pathway to nonmedical opioid use in adolescents
SCIENCE DAILY Results of study, the first known to suggest long-term opioid use after surgery may be a significant problem for teens and young adults, shows... 5 days
Harmonic Drive describe surgical robots and their potential
NEWS MEDICAL Medical robots, a technology once considered the realm of science fiction and the figment of an overzealous imagination, are now a reality. The industry is worth billions already and growing rapidly. Here,... 7 days
New study identifies best operating room infection control procedures
NEWS MEDICAL While hospitals grapple with what operating room (OR) infection control procedures work best, a new study of Texas hospitals has determined two areas that stand out: mandating sterile operating conditions... 1 week
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