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Preoperative Rehabilitation: Fit for Surgery

Dear Sir or Madam,

First the disease, then the treatment. After the hospital right to rehabilitation. This is the way most patients know. But often patients benefit from pre-rehabilitation. It can help, for example in difficult cases, to prepare for surgery. You can find out more about this exciting topic in our current interview.

Stay healthy!

Simone Ernst
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Preoperative Rehabilitation: Fit for Surgery

Interview

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Preoperative rehabilitation is gaining importance in medicine. It helps to prepare patients for upcoming treatments and surgeries, thereby reducing risks and complications during surgery and making faster rehabilitation possible.
Read more in the interview:
Preoperative Rehabilitation: Fit for Surgery
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MEDICA PHYSIO CONFERENCE

Focal Topic 2016: Joints and Joint Replacement

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Joints need movement. Of which they live. A good body awareness promotes joint-friendly behavior. This also applies to patients with osteoarthritis or joint replacement. Sports, physiotherapy and spiral dynamics provide effective preventive and therapeutic strategies for people who want to claim their joints.
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Research & Technology

Brand-new cochlear implant technology born from frictional electricity

DGIST Professor Hongsoo Choi (Department of Robotics Engineering) and his research team developed the world's first artificial basilar membrane that mimics the cochlear function by application of the genetic principle of frictional electricity.
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Research & Technology

How does friendly fire happen in the pancreas?

In type 1 diabetes, the body attacks its own insulin-producing cells. Scientists at Helmholtz Zentrum München, partner in the German Center for Diabetes Research, and their colleagues at Technical University of Munich have now reported in the journal PNAS about a mechanism used by the immune system to prepare for this attack.
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Research & Technology

Computer simulation breaks virus apart to learn how it comes together

Researchers led by Carnegie Mellon University physicist Markus Deserno and University of Konstanz (Germany) chemist Christine Peter have developed a computer simulation that crushes viral capsids.
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Inflammatory bowel diseases: More patient comfort and autonomy thanks to an app

Topic of the Month

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Chronic inflammatory bowel diseases like Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis increasingly develop at a younger age and affect patients for life. Regular check-ups need to occur every two to three months. Now, a specially designed app intends to provide relief.
Read more in our Topic of the Month:
Inflammatory bowel diseases: More patient comfort and autonomy thanks to an app
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Public Health & Associations

Reshaping the future of global clinical trials practice

Researchers at the University of Liverpool have developed a new international guideline to help standardize how results from clinical trial studies are reported.
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Economy & Markets

Patients weigh in on orthopedic surgeons' pay, reimbursement

Most patients do not think an orthopedic surgeon is overpaid but they greatly exaggerate how much a surgeon is reimbursed by Medicare for performing knee surgery, according to a study of patient perceptions by Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit.
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Economy & Markets

Better diabetic foot disease care would save taxpayers billions

Australia could save billions of dollars in healthcare costs by investing in proven treatments for people with diabetic foot disease, according to QUT research.
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Economy & Markets

Study shows functional effects of human stem cell delivery to heart muscle after heart attack

Researchers delivered human stem cells seeded in biological sutures to the damaged heart muscles of rats following induced acute myocardial infarction and assessed the effects on cardiac function one week later.
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Company News

Laborie selects Bedfont to expand their line of high quality gastroenterology products

Bedfont Scientific Ltd.

Bedfont Scientific, medical device manufacturer in Maidstone, Kent, is proud to be supplying Laborie, as it lands another major OEM deal, opening up more overseas markets. Laborie, an international...
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Company News

Homer – Home rehabilitation system rewarded with SME instrument

Kinestica d.o.o.

Kinestica has been awarded by SME instrument grant to introduce Homer – a project aiming to develop affordable and widely accessible home rehabilitation system. By ranking among top 5 % of the EU SMEs...
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Company News

A new Managing Director to continue the family approach for Bedfont®

Bedfont Scientific Ltd.

At Bedfont’s 40th year in business celebrations, Jason Smith was announced as Manging Director, succeeding his father, Trevor, who becomes Chairman. Bedfont Scientific Ltd, based in Harrietsham,...
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Company News

PRESS RELEASE: ‘Health information exchange must be centralized around the patient.’

Fenestrae B.V.

PRESS RELEASE: October 26, 2016 Topics: Health Information Exchange, MEDICA 2016, Information & Communications Technology Fenestrae joins the Holland Pavilion at MEDICA 2016. ‘Health information...
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Company News

Widest range of specialist Single-Use suction devices to showcase at MEDICA 2016

Single Use Surgical

A UK company, who manufacture the widest selection of specialist single-use suction devices, will be at MEDICA 2016 to showcase the ‘gold standard’ in single-use surgical suctions. New to their ENT...
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