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Novel vital signs monitoring device gets $10.5m funding - Medical News Today

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Medical News Today Novel vital signs monitoring device gets $10.5m funding Medical News Today He spent a year in the hospital attempting to understand medical data and how the machines work and felt that by understanding the data, he was able to...

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Stem cell discovery: Astrocytes could repair stroke brain damage - Medical News Today

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Stem cell discovery: Astrocytes could repair stroke brain damage Medical News Today Stem cell research has focused until now on developing stroke treatments using therapeutic neurons to stimulate electrical impulses in the brain, and restore tissue...

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Jacob Blumenthal's curator insight, July 29, 2013 8:11 AM

A recent open-access study, published in Nature Communications, suggests that Olig2-positive neuronal progenitors, derived from human embryonic stem cells, can generate a subtype of astcroglia, that have a protective effect. This effect was demonstrated when the cells were transplanted into brains subjected to global ischaemia.

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THE MEDICAL NEWS | from News-Medical.Net - Latest Medical News and Research from Around the World

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from News-Medical.Net - Latest Medical News and Research from Around the World (- Palliative care for stroke affected by age, gender, stroke type - http://t.co/2vIwTFb5

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Endothelial Progenitor Cells - from News-Medical.Net - News-Medical.net

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They are usually isolated using adherence culture of total peripheral blood mononuclear cells.

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Medical Devices Daily News

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Medical Devices Daily News, by InternetMedicine.com: Medical Devices News Updated Weekly in the Internet Age

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Medical Technology News | Medgadget

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Medical technology news from around the world.

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Orthopedic Doctors - Your opinion is needed!!

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A new study by researchers in Finland suggests a popular knee surgery may be unnecessary in many cases The study focused on two groups of patients between the ages of 35 and 65 comparing the results
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Knee Replacement Statistics

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How common and effective is Knee Replacement Surgery? Get a comprehensive view of the statistics, complication rates, revision rates, and success rates with this infographic


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Bioimplants - new era in regenerative surgery

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Alessandro Dentoni's curator insight, April 29, 2013 4:35 PM

IK4-CIDETEC has developed a new material based on the use of porous polyethylene

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MIT Develops a Magnetic Hypospray for Needleless Shots

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MIT develops a magnetically driven needless drug delivery system that fires nearly as fast as the speed of sound.

The mechanics behind the actuator involve a powerful magnet surrounded by a
coil of wire that’s also attached to a piston inside the drug ampoule (usually a
small vial container). When an electrical current is applied, the magnetic field
pushes the piston forward, causing the drug to eject forward as a jet of
liquid.

The stream of medicine shoots out at high pressure--100 megapascals--and at a
velocity of 314 meters per second (1,030 feet per second). For reference, the
speed of sound is 326 meters per second (1,126 feet per second). So yeah, it's
fast.

MIT’s device achieves this by forcing the drug out of a nozzle that is just
as wide as a mosquito proboscis (what a mosquito uses to pierce the skin and
suck blood). But don’t think this method is all about brute force, because with
a Lorentz-force actuator, doctors can actually control the injection as it
happens to deliver a drug to whatever depth they desire.

With a high-pressure shot, the drug has enough energy to breach the patient’s
skin and make it down to their bloodstream. However if the doctor alters the
current to lower the pressure, an injection can be delivered in a steady stream
to the patient’s bloodstream and surrounding tissue


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Skin with blood and lymphatic capillaries grown for the first time - Medical News Today

Skin with blood and lymphatic capillaries grown for the first time - Medical News Today | bio scaffold | Scoop.it
Skin with blood and lymphatic capillaries grown for the first time Medical News Today When the investigators put this engineered skin to the test in preclinical trials, they found that both the blood and lymphatic capillaries were able to connect...

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Boston Medical News - White Coat Notes - Boston.com

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Chelsea Conaboy reports on the latest health and medical news from the Boston medical community, including medical research, health law and public health.

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DIY and gardening may 'reduce risk of heart attack' - Medical News Today

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The Guardian DIY and gardening may 'reduce risk of heart attack' Medical News Today Medical News Today reported earlier this month the importance of putting some effort into daily activities in order to reach the required level of physical...

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MedPage Today app review: current and relevant medical news

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MedPage Today Mobile is an app which makes breaking medical news easily available to medical practitioners and patients.
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Medical Technology News | Medgadget

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Medical technology news from around the world.

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Jim Gritton's curator insight, March 26, 2013 4:04 AM

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Polygon Medical Animation - News

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Polygon Medical Animation News. Polygon Medical Animation is a full-service global provider of Mode Of Action 3D medical animation.

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Polygon Medical Animation's curator insight, January 27, 2014 7:11 AM

Polygon in the News. 

Our 3D animation work has been broadcast on SkyNews for the Obalon Gastric Balloon UK Launch.

 

This technology is unique from other gastric balloons - it can be swallowed and then inflated without the need for anaesthetic or sedation.

 

Watch how this pill works here: http://www.polygonmedical.com/gastric-balloon.html

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Building a better knee, with a robot - NECN

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Building a better knee, with a robotNECNLuckily for him, a new surgery procedure is available, and it's done with the help of a robot. Meet RIO, a robotic arm the doctor guides during partial knee surgeries.


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Single-Incision Surgery, Via New Robotic Systems

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New robotic systems are allowing surgery with just a single incision, potentially accelerating the recovery time for patients.

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Tissue Engineers Report Knee Cartilage Repair Success With New Biomaterial

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In a small study, researchers reported increased healthy tissue growth after surgical repair of damaged cartilage if they put a “hydrogel” scaffolding into the wound to support and nourish the healing process.


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Review Article on Latest Advancements in Design of 3-D Bio-Scaffolds

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Researchers from the Universidad del País Vasco (UPV/EHU) Faculty of Pharmacy’s NanoBioCel group have published a review article about the latest advancements in three-dimensional stem cell cultures in the prestigious Trends in Biotechnology magazine.


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