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Intraoperative Imaging

Dear Sir or Madam,

During an operation it can be very useful to see whether a stent or implant fits the patient perfectly. This is made possible by intraoperative imaging. But which equipment can be used for this purpose and is it worthwhile for hospitals to invest in this technology? For an overview, have a look in our current topic of the month September.

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Simone Ernst
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Intraoperative imaging - patients in the focus

Topic of the Month

Image: Doctor looking at a virtual patient screen in OR; Copyright: panthermedia.net/Wavebreakmediamicro
Intraoperative imaging has already been established in vascular surgery, but is also used in other medical areas. It enables a gentler treatment and offers more therapy options. But it is also a very expensive method, because the construction of a hybrid OR requires intense planning and training for the complete personnel involved. Learn in our current Topic of the Month September why it still pays well.
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Intraoperative imaging
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Research & Technology

Researchers find concept of using light to image, potentially treat PTSD

After years of studying the effects of near-infrared light on veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder or traumatic brain injuries, a team led by a University of Texas at Arlington bioengineer has published groundbreaking research that could result in an effective, long-term treatment for brain disorders.
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Research & Technology

Study opens door to targeted treatments for esophageal cancer

Potential outbreaks of diseases such as Ebola and Lassa fever may be more accurately predicted thanks to a new mathematical model developed by researchers at the University of Cambridge. This could in turn help inform public health messages to prevent outbreaks spreading more widely.
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Research & Technology

VR simplifies diagnosis of neurodegenerative disorders

Scientists from Tomsk Polytechnic University and Siberian State Medical University are developing an early diagnosis system for neurodegenerative disorders. The diagnosis system is based on virtual reality (VR) – a person is immersed in a virtual environment to carry out some functional tests. Researchers vary the parameters of the virtual environment and record changes in the person’s movements.
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Research & Technology

Trauma patient deaths peak at two weeks

A new study by University of Leicester academics has shown that lower severity trauma patients could be more likely to die after two to three weeks.
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MEDICA TECH FORUM

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The MEDICA TECH FORUM will be held for the seventh time this year, in Hall 12. With alternating focal points experts will present technical, scientific, regulatory and political – in any case market-relevant – topics pertaining to the medical technology industry.
More about the MTF here
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Public Health & Associations

New model improves prediction of outbreaks of Ebola and Lassa fever

Potential outbreaks of diseases such as Ebola and Lassa fever may be more accurately predicted thanks to a new mathematical model developed by researchers at the University of Cambridge. This could in turn help inform public health messages to prevent outbreaks spreading more widely.
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Public Health & Associations

First project on Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease

BioPontis Alliance for Rare Diseases, a unique international nonprofit organization, and VIB, an excellence-based Life Science Research Institute in Belgium, announced a strategic partnership in rare diseases. The first program is aimed at developing a treatment for one type of Charcot Marie Tooth disease (CMT), a rare, progressive and invalidating neuropathy.
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Company News

Glomedics to distribute Biohit Lactose Intolerance Quick Test in South Korea

Biohit Oyj

Biohit Oyj and Glomedics have signed an agreement for the distribution of the Biohit Lactose Intolerance Quick Test in South Korea. Lactose Intolerance Quick Test (LIQT) developed by Biohit allows the...
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Company News

ITL celebrates double win at KEiBA 2016

Integrated Technologies Ltd.

The ITL team were in high spirits after being crowned Manufacturing Business of the Year and Large Business of the Year, at Kent’s most prestigious accolade, the Kent Excellence in Business Awards (...
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