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ENT surgery: robotic and safe

Dear Sir or Madam,

During surgery in the neck, nose and ear area, surgeons work close to very delicate tissue structures and nerves. Mistakes that happen here can significantly limit the patient’s quality of life afterwards. Luckily, there are safe and gentle intervention methods available today with minimally invasive and robotic surgery. Read more about them in our Topic of the Month.

Stay healthy!

Timo Roth
Editorial team MEDICA-tradefair.com

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Topic of the Month: ENT surgery
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Redesigned medical alarms can better alert staff, improve patient experience

MED TECH & DEVICES

Changing the tune of hospital medical devices could improve public health, according to researchers at McMaster University and Vanderbilt University.
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Early-stage lung disease could be detected with advanced imaging tech

MED TECH & DEVICES

An imaging process that today is used mainly in research labs could potentially detect early-stage lung disease if developed for use in hospitals and clinics, a new research study shows.
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ENT surgery – Interventions for speech and hearing

Topic of the Month

Image: Nose surgery performed on a woman; Copyright: GabiStock
Speaking and hearing are the two most important abilities that connect humans to their environment. If they get limited through disease or injury, it is all the more important to restore them as broadly as possible. Depending on the cause for their limitation, there are different surgical treatment possibilities. We take a look at current methods in our Topic of the Month.
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ENT surgery – Interventions for speech and hearing
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AI with infrared imaging enables precise colon cancer diagnostics

DIGITAL HEALTH

Researchers at the Centre for Protein Diagnostics PRODI at Ruhr University Bochum, Germany, are using artificial intelligence in combination with infrared imaging to optimally tailor colon cancer therapy to individual patients.
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Adverse muscle composition associated with increased mortality risk in people with fatty liver disease

LAB & DIAGNOSTICS

Obesity and a sedentary lifestyle contribute to an increasing number of people developing fatty liver disease. There is a need for early detection of individuals at risk of developing sequelae.
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What leads to severe COVID-19 diseases?

LAB & DIAGNOSTICS

Infection with SARS-CoV-2 leads to severe disease in some people, while others do not get ill or only experience mild disease. But why is this the case? Unfortunately, we do not know exactly. We do know that an overactive innate immune system is causing severe COVID-19 disease, but it is unclear how this is regulated.
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Using light to switch drugs on and off

LAB & DIAGNOSTICS

In the ImageTox project, the Helmholtz Institute for Pharmaceutical Research Saarland (HIPS) and the CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security are pooling their expertise in the fields of drug discovery and artificial intelligence (AI).
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HIPS and CISPA join forces to make future active ingredients safer

LAB & DIAGNOSTICS

In the ImageTox project, the Helmholtz Institute for Pharmaceutical Research Saarland (HIPS) and the CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security are pooling their expertise in the fields of drug discovery and artificial intelligence (AI).
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Balance ability predicts cognitive impairment

PHYSIO TECH

In a study recently published in BMC Geriatrics, researchers from the University of Tsukuba have revealed a new measure of physical balance that could help to identify individuals who are at risk of developing Alzheimer's disease (AD).
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New ultrafast water disinfection method is more environmentally friendly

DISPOSABLES

Georgia Institute of Technology researchers have found a way to use small shocks of electricity to disinfect water, reducing energy consumption, cost, and environmental impact.
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