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Study Says Machine Sensors Applicable To Human Ills

..." sensors and other technologydeveloped to monitor machines and prevent system failures can and oughtto be use...ng April 21-24. "We recognize that people are not machines and that this is not aneasy problem," Hansen says. Nevertheless, he adds, "it appearsfrom our experi...

Tighter Chemical Binding = Better Meds

... his Yalelaboratory by linking together 25 Pentium machines in a network. He andhis colleagues now can analyze between 50 and 100 chemical variations, oranalogs, of a leading drug each week, he said. Drug companies frequentlygenerate as many as 1,000 analogs of a leading drug, such as cyclosporinused to pre...

X-Rays: How Big A Risk To Kids? UF Researchers Seek Answers

... Hospitals routinely take measurements from X-ray machines to estimatetheapproximate size of the dose patients receive. Though all radiation carriessome risk, the exams can be crucial to medical treatment -- indeed, theyare lifesaving in some cases -- so the risk tends to be small by comparison. But...

National Science Foundation Awards Knowledge And Distributed Intelligence Grants

...tered, more 'intelligent'_a place where people and machines collaborate beyond their physical presence," said Joseph Bordogna, NSF's acting deputy director. "We are entering an era in which insight into complex problems will be more readily garnered." This is an age of global intellectual and commercial env...

Electronic Nose Inspects Cheese, Hints At Human Sense Of Smell

... samples per day. Still, the machines can't independently gauge the quality of a scent or flavor. They can only compare it to what human noses and taste buds have previously deemed acceptable. ...

MIT Touch Lab Research Explores The Hand

...t only recently have engineers developedaffordable machines with enough sensors, actuators, and computing powe...oeverything because the hand is too complex.) Such machines might, for example,"measure how quickly functionality is returning to a hand transplant," and ifprob...

Implanted defibrillators and anti-theft systems appear safe under normal circumstances

...American Heart Association. The anti-theft machines use an electronic beam to detect security-taggedmerchandise being carried out of a store. The defibrillator can interpret theelectronic beam as a rapid heartbeat for which the defibrillator is programmedto deliver a shock. Douglas P. Zipes, M.D.,...

AEDs user-friendly -- even for children

...rate an AED," says Bardy. "But the fact is, these machines areincredibly easy to use. After one minute of instruction, it took sixth gradersless than 30 seconds longer than a trained professional to apply a shock thatcould restore a heartbeat." Researchers recruited 15 sixth-grade pupils from a ...

Not Cartier, but non-allergenic and long-lasting: Worlds first diamond micromachines created at Sandia

...to be the world's first diamond micromachines. The machines at the Department of Energy's national security fa... silicon, the researchers believe. Such production machines may soon become commercially available. The work will be presented at a talk at the American Vacu...

Studies: New imaging technique improves X-rays of breast tissue

... like the one at Brookhaven, are large accelerator machines that speed up atomic particles such as electrons and positrons to create electromagnetic radiation useful in various ways. "From a personal perspective, I've been excited by the potential for DEI to revolutionize X-ray imaging," Sayers said. "If the...

William Cohn, M.D., of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, receives the 2000 Distinguished Inventor Award

...ng the patient on a heart-lung machine. Heart-lung machines circulate and filter the blood while adding oxygen and removing carbon dioxide. They can cause an inflammatory reaction that affects the entire body and can aggravate illnesses. The Cohn Cardiac Stabilizer is marketed by Genzyme Surgical Products as ...

O.R. model could reduce high death rate among kidney dialysis patients by up to 20%

...rs appropriately adjust patients' time on dialysis machines and the number of times that dialyzers are reused, thus producing optimal use of a center's scarce resources while improving life expectancy. Accounting for Patient's Varying Needs To determine the optimal dose for different patients, the authors d...

High-tech scan for blocked arteries matches conventional tests in finding root of symptoms

...ng centers decide whether or not to invest in EBCT machines in order to diagnose obstructed coronary arteries ...t gave a false positive, depending on how the EBCT machines were set. Overall, they found that at the optimal setting for reliability, EBCT could find large pl...

Landmark clinical trial at 22 medical centers finds implanted heart pumps lengthen and improve lives of terminally ill heart failure patients

... hopeful research into the development of man-made machines to support the failing heart into a successful long-term treatment," says Dr. Eric Rose, chairman of surgery at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center of NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, the Morris and Rose Milstein/Johnson & Johnson Professor of Surgery...

New medical system for colon cancer screening

...dical Center, and Naval Hospital San Diego. These machines have already scanned over 1000 patients. In addition to the medical application discussed here, Kaufmans volume graphics algorithms have been widely used in scientific data visualization and also to render battlefield scenes....

Elderly expectations of medical care easy to satisfy but complicated

...iversally disliked voice mail systems or answering machines as alternatives to a human receptionist or operator. "The environment was not an important factor if the elders were satisfied with the other two categories," says Hupcey. "But if either a sense of caring or technical proficiency was deemed lackin...

Simple intervention improves quality of dialysis treatment

...g high quality treatment. Using higher efficiency machines or increasing treatment time costs money, but facilities dont get paid more for these higher costs, said Sehgal. I urge patients to stay for their full treatment time, said Sehgal. I urge physicians and dialysis facilities to address the three barr...

Insulin pump effective for infants, children

...ung children. Insulin pumps are small beeper-sized machines that infuse programmed amounts of insulin into the body via a catheter placed through the skin. These pumps are sometimes used in adolescents and adults as an alternative to the traditional injection-based treatment of diabetes, but they are rarely u...

NYU Medical Center selects Siemens as strategic partner

...covers approximately 100 advanced clinical imaging machines and provides some of the most powerful magnetic resonance (MR) systems available for research, including a high-resolution research 7 Tesla magnet*, which can scan the entire human body and will be one of only a few available worldwide. The commerci...

Breakthrough! UNC scientists' research promises improved X-ray machines using carbon nanotubes

...d. The advantage of using carbon nanotubes is that machines incorporating them can work at room temperature ra...1500 or so degrees Celsius that conventional X-ray machines now require and produce. "If this works as well as we think it will, we can make such machines a lot...

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