Tag: "obsolete" at medical news
Harvard Med. School report warns of world health threat
...s, anti-tuberculosis drugs are at risk of becoming obsolete
if they are not managed with great care," says report co-author Dr. Jim Kim. "Direct observation of each dose, will help prevent the emergence of more drug-resistance. But new drugs must be developed." The report will be presented at a meeting cal...
New plastic heals damaged nerves
...O, March 29 -- Robbing Peter to pay Paul may be an obsolete
way to treat nerve damage, thanks to a new plastic, or polymer, that uses electric stimulation to help regrow peripheral nerves. The findings were presented today at the 219th national meeting of the American Chemical Society, the world's larges...
'Digital microscopes' for dentistry course
...al commitment, in excess of $100,000, of replacing obsolete
microscopes. And at a time when space is tight, approximately 5,000 feet of lab space can be used for other purposes. Ultimately, patients will benefit from this new approach to education, Carey said. "In short, computer-based education for teachin...
Futuristic system brings vision to blind
...le will become obsolete, the long cane will become obsolete
and the guide dog will become obsolete
as surely as the airplane replaced the steamship," Dobelle said. Smith has been working with the Do...
New Alzheimer projections add urgency to search for prevention, cure
...blic health challenge is to make these projections obsolete
and irrelevant by discovering routes to the prevention of the illness through better understanding of its underlying biology and by discovery of modifiable risk factors."...
Sounds of New York, evidence for a preferred ear, ultrasound for the eye
...t the end of the 19th century as it was considered obsolete
next to the piano (4pMU7). EAREDNESS: EVIDENCE FOR A PREFERRED EAR Humans generally write with a preferred hand, and they read with a dominant eye. William Hartmann of Michigan State and his colleagues will present evidence for "earedness." In ...