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Organ banks and the potential of deep-freezing

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Worldwide, there are more people in need of a donor organ than there are organ donations. Organ banks could play an important role in saving human lives.

What role do fish or frogs play in this? Find out more in our interview with Prof. Gerald Brandacher from the Medical University of Innsbruck.

Enjoy reading!

Anne Hofmann
Editorial team MEDICA-tradefair.com

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Interview: Organ banks and the potential of deep-freezing
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Organ banks and the potential of deep-freezing

Interview – MED TECH & DEVICES

Image: Human organs made of paper lie on a table with the word "donation" as letter tiles in the middle; Copyright: Fabian Montano
We still face major challenges when it comes to the availability of donor organs. Organ banks could be a promising solution to shorten waiting times and save more lives - but only if we manage to preserve donor organs for longer.
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Organ banks and the potential of deep-freezing
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Mindable App approved for the treatment of panic disorders and claustrophobia

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DIGITAL HEALTH

A team led by Dr. Thomas Lang, psychology professor at Constructor University, has developed an app that patients can use to bridge waiting times to receive therapy.
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New computer code for mechanics of tissues and cells in three dimensions

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DIGITAL HEALTH

Open-source supercomputer algorithm predicts patterning and dynamics of living materials and enables studying their behavior in space and time.
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PAMELA – Prevention and management of phantom limb pain via app

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DIGITAL HEALTH

The loss of an arm or leg has a huge impact on quality of life. In addition to the restrictions that an amputation means for daily activities, those affected often suffer from phantom pain, which is difficult to treat.
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Models that predict poor clinical outcome in COVID-19 patients

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DIGITAL HEALTH

Factors associated with hospital admissions, ICU stays and mortality in patients who have had SARS-CoV-2 are identified, and clinical prediction rules are developed.
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Imaging: new approaches for medical diagnostics

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MED TECH & DEVICES

Imaging techniques such as computed tomography (CT) or positron emission tomography (PET) are indispensable today for the diagnosis and localization of many diseases. A newly developed procedure now enables PET to be used specifically on the basis of changes in the human genome.
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Pancreas: nanoparticles for optimized cancer therapy

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LAB & DIAGNOSTICS

Researchers from Göttingen and Karlsruhe have developed a new treatment approach for pancreatic cancer. The innovative method promises to be able to treat the disease in a more targeted way and with fewer side effects in the future. The therapy is now to be optimized for clinical application as quickly as possible.
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GyroTrainer with AI: Individual back training machine

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PHYSIO TECH

The GyroTrainer is an intelligent training device that resembles a balance board. It uses artificial intelligence to adjust the difficulty level to the individual patient’s current ability.
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