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A new twist on an age-old problem: Making knee replacements last

... "Once this model is more complete, it could allow surgeons to rapidly select knee designs on a more individua...d the others hope the research team and orthopedic surgeons eventually will work together to perform virtual surgery on a computer model, a feat that would enab...

Study shows first direct evidence that transplanted muscle cells can take root in damaged hearts

...ime to divide and produce 300 million cells. Then, surgeons injected the cells into the wall of the heart's pumping chamber during an open-heart surgical procedure either the LVAD implantation surgery or a coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) operation. In LVAD patients, the new cells were placed in cardiac ...

Miniature implantable sensor likely lifesaver for patients

...sors and associated electronics, which will enable surgeons to implant the sensor in the precise area of interest, either as a subdermal or deep-tissue implant. Ericson envisions the sensor remaining in the body, which would avoid additional surgery; however, that is an area that may require additional evalua...

Beyond patches and pills: the remarkable future of drug delivery

...lk again. The knot that ties itself -- Sometimes surgeons do operations in areas of the body that are very hard to access, making it almost impossible to tie a suture. To help them, scientists have manipulated tissue-engineering polymers to make materials that change shape upon a change in conditions -- suc...

MIT sugars research affecting bypass patients, drug industry

...ABG surgery. "Anesthesiologists and cardiovascular surgeons have been seeking an alternative to protamine for a long time," said Jeffrey Borer, M.D., a professor of cardiovascular medicine at Cornell University in a BioMarin press release announcing the trials. "Neutralase has the potential to allow physician...

Computer model offers noninvasive evaluation for abdominal aortic aneurysm rupture risk

...ular surgery at the University of Pittsburgh. U.S. surgeons repair about 50,000 AAAs yearly, typically replaci...to pinpoint when an AAA is likely to rupture gives surgeons a valuable tool," said Elena DiMartino, Ph.D., a research associate in Pitt's department of surgery ...

Researchers develop 'natural bandages' that mimic body's healing process

...sometimes in surgery there are small bleeders that surgeons can't control," Bowlin says. "In this case, they can just take a small piece of this mat, slap it down, stop the bleeding and leave it. Similar to what people use when they cut themselves shaving just put a little dab on there and it's done." The re...

Study of living eye in real time now possible with optics technology

...orda's device might be microretinal surgery, where surgeons need a clear view of an area they would like to treat. "The way we use our laser to scan the retina to produce an image, it may be possible to use the technique for treatment. While you're imaging a microaneurysm, for example, if we could track that ...

The human eye can self-correct some optical faults

...e medical world -- the optometrists and ophthalmic surgeons -- to fix what nature couldn't."...

Embryonic facial development subject to insult or repair longer than expected

...still pliable nine weeks after fertilization, then surgeons will have a larger window during early developmental stages to repair such defects as cleft lip and palate, with little or no scar tissue and far less trauma. When the role of the proteins that direct shaping the face is better understood, she added...

Growth factor shows promise in Parkinson's patients

...man brain, an international team of scientists and surgeons has demonstrated significant remediation of the debilitating symptoms of patients with Parkinson's disease. The study, a phase 1 clinical trial designed primarily to assess the safety of administering a protein known as glial cell line-derived neurot...

Texas A&M, Ecor Corp. sign deal to produce health-related proteins

...gies to the collagen. That's because the collagen surgeons use is protein derived from either cow or human cadaver collagen. While the risk may be low, the potential nevertheless exists that patients could develop allergies, or even disease, from the cosmetic injections. But that risk may soon be eliminate...

Research and development takes robots and automation into new territory

...and Subramanian. These modern robotics systems aid surgeons performing complicated cardiac and abdominal operations without making large incisions. Dexterous, voice-controlled robots can facilitate efficient microscale operations by eliding hand tremors and offering visual magnifications. "Surgical robots ena...

New study: percentage of babies born with intestinal birth defect growing in U.S., N.C.

...mewhere between 3 percent and 8 percent. Pediatric surgeons replace the intestines during surgery, but since they don't work well at first, it takes babies a long time to recover, and many of them will spend an average of 30 to 40 days in the hospital." The UNC doctors and their colleagues decided to analyze ...

Scientists find genetic link between blood flow patterns and cardiovascular disease

...ch team of biomedical engineers, cardiologists and surgeons included George P. Sorescu, Michelle Sykes, Daiana Weiss, Manu O. Platt, Aniket Saha, Jinah Hwang, Nolan Boyd, Yong C. Boo, J. David Vega and W. Robert Taylor. Bioengineers believe that areas of the vascular system with curves, forks, and less direct...

Grant funds research to develop tissue-engineered solutions for heart disease

... healthy, native tissue. In one project, a team of surgeons and bioengineers is developing a myocardial patch, which aims to serve as replacement tissue for damaged or diseased heart muscle. The process involves seeding of stem cells onto a biodegradable polymer scaffold and training this tissue for the rhyth...

Carnegie Mellon develops new process for growing bone

...ping exciting new bone theraputics that will offer surgeons and their patients much better options. And the NTF/injectable hydrogel is one such example therapy from the Carnegie Mellon-Pitt team,'' Hollinger said....

Thoughts translate to actions

...fferent cells can perform the same functions, then surgeons have far more flexibility in how and where they can introduce electrodes or other functional enhancements into the brain. The researchers also show how monkeys learn to manipulate a robotic arm using a BMI. And they suggest how to compensate for dela...

Re-engineered blood vessels show promise for bypass surgery, grafts, UMHS researchers find

...pass surgery or a tissue transfer after an injury, surgeons often harvest blood vessels from the leg, sternum or arm. But taking tissue from these areas can cause problems in that location. Donor tissue is not an option because the body would reject the foreign cells. The engineered tissue would be injected w...

UMHS researchers find clues to growing new jawbones in cancer patients after radiation therapy

...limited attempts with individual patients, varying surgeons have found mixed success in a method of growing ne...imeters at a time. As the fracture begins to heal, surgeons tug the bone further apart, tricking the body into thinking it must still work to heal the fracture....

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