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The Healthy Aboriginal Network


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now THIS really got my attention. oh man.

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Deirdre Bonnycastle's curator insight, September 13, 2013 2:44 PM

We create comic books on health and social issues for youth

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Spain stands at the forefront of Google Glass-enabled medicine: the first Google Glass surgery

Spain stands at the forefront of Google Glass-enabled medicine: the first Google Glass surgery | medical research | Scoop.it

Spanish medicine stands to turn Google Glass from spring 2014’s hottest accessoryinto a way to save lives. From the first surgery performed entirely through the eye of the Glass to dozens of mobile applications, Spanish Glass-based innovation is poised to change the way doctors work and communicate


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Carlos Garcia Pando's curator insight, September 6, 2013 2:03 PM

Guillen is ready to perform his next Google Glass surgery on September 17, where he will be able to show from his perspective another operation that he invented — wireless arthroscopic surgery, which was first performed in 2007. Guillen and his team at the Clínica CEMTRO de Madrid invented the Wireless Arthroscopic Device (WAD), which is a tiny camera inserted through a small incision used to examine and sometimes repair a damaged joint. Since the joint isn’t fully opened, recovery time is much shorter.

He said that his clinic is “probably the top in the world” for such surgeries and that “all of my patients are out-patient,” including former Spanish prime minister Jose Maria Aznar, footballer Fernando “El Niño” Torres, and several rhythmic gymnasts, an Olympic sport that Spain typically medals in.

Jed Fisher's curator insight, September 10, 2013 4:08 PM

Fantastic use case.

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Research Effort to Block Amino Acid Impact on PKU Brain Function

Dr. Michael Gibson, Professor and Chair of The Clinical Pharmacology Unit at Washington State University, explains his novel research effort trying to unders...
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very intense research

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Can a Smartphone Replace an Expensive Medical Device?

Can a Smartphone Replace an Expensive Medical Device? | medical research | Scoop.it
Can a Smartphone Replace an Expensive Medical Device? http://t.co/JNDi1OsaJX via @B2Community

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what about my DUMB phone?? will that work?

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Decision-Making in the Brain Mapped

Decision-Making in the Brain Mapped | medical research | Scoop.it
Behavioral control and decision-making take part in different regions of the brain's frontal lobe.

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Routes of drug administration, overview & special considerations in critical care


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interesting video if you're into this stuff like me

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velian's curator insight, May 20, 2013 5:13 PM

parenteral, enteral & mixed enteral/parenteral routes of drug administration: general overview and special considerations about emergengy, anesthesia, critical & intensive care setting