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MIS TLIF surgery results in less pain, shorter hospital stay and faster recovery

MIS TLIF surgery results in less pain, shorter hospital stay and faster recovery

A minimally invasive spinal fusion back surgery results in less blood loss, less postoperative pain, smaller incisions, a shorter hospital stay and faster recovery and return to work. [More]
Loyola surgeon describes the immense benefits of minimally invasive spinal fusion surgery

Loyola surgeon describes the immense benefits of minimally invasive spinal fusion surgery

A minimally invasive spinal fusion back surgery results in less blood loss, less postoperative pain, smaller incisions, a shorter hospital stay and faster recovery and return to work. [More]
USAP, Pinnacle announce new partnership with Excel Anesthesia

USAP, Pinnacle announce new partnership with Excel Anesthesia

U.S. Anesthesia Partners, the nation's largest anesthesia-focused, single-specialty physician services organization, and Pinnacle Anesthesia Consultants of Dallas, Texas today announced their partnership with Excel Anesthesia, P.A. [More]
Researchers identify new class of drugs that slows aging process

Researchers identify new class of drugs that slows aging process

A research team from The Scripps Research Institute, Mayo Clinic and other institutions has identified a new class of drugs that in animal models dramatically slows the aging process—alleviating symptoms of frailty, improving cardiac function and extending a healthy lifespan. [More]
Investigational drug for postmenopausal osteoporosis reduces rate of new spinal fractures

Investigational drug for postmenopausal osteoporosis reduces rate of new spinal fractures

Abaloparatide-SC, an injectable drug being studied for the treatment of postmenopausal osteoporosis, reduces the rate of new spinal fractures by a statistically significant 86 percent and as well as statistically significant reductions in the fracture rate at other parts of the body, a phase 3 clinical trial finds. Results of the ACTIVE fracture prevention trial will be described in a late-breaking oral presentation Thursday at the Endocrine Society's 97th annual meeting in San Diego. [More]
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, UMHS announce new initiative to enhance genetic testing practices

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, UMHS announce new initiative to enhance genetic testing practices

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and the University of Michigan Health System are collaborating with physicians and laboratories across the state as part of a new initiative to improve genetic testing practices. [More]
UIC researchers identify genetic variation that increases MS risk in women

UIC researchers identify genetic variation that increases MS risk in women

Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago have identified a genetic variation that in women significantly increases their risk of developing multiple sclerosis. [More]
MiMedx Group reports record revenue of $118.2 million for full year 2014

MiMedx Group reports record revenue of $118.2 million for full year 2014

MiMedx Group, Inc., the leading regenerative medicine company utilizing human amniotic tissue and patent-protected processes to develop and market advanced products and therapies for the Wound Care, Surgical, Orthopedic, Spinal, Sports Medicine, Ophthalmic and Dental sectors of healthcare, announced today its record results for the fourth quarter and full year ended December 31, 2014. [More]
Esaote introduces eXP technology-powered EVOLUTION’15 at ECR 2015

Esaote introduces eXP technology-powered EVOLUTION’15 at ECR 2015

At ECR 2015 Esaote, a world leading manufacturer of medical diagnostic systems, introduces Evolution’15 (EVO’15) as the latest upgrade in its dedicated MRI Evolution program. EVO’15 combines software updates and new hardware features to provide superb image quality and increases productivity by almost 50%. [More]
Accuray, Lancaster announces commercial availability of InCise MLC for CyberKnife M6 System

Accuray, Lancaster announces commercial availability of InCise MLC for CyberKnife M6 System

Accuray Incorporated and Lancaster General Health announced today that the first commercially available InCise Multileaf Collimator (MLC) for the CyberKnife M6 System has been received by Lancaster. [More]
Smartphones, tablets can do damage to overall health in unexpected ways

Smartphones, tablets can do damage to overall health in unexpected ways

Despite the many benefits of having information at your fingertips, smartphones and tablets can do damage to your body and overall health in unexpected ways. [More]
Prime Healthcare acquires St. Mary's Medical Center and St. Joseph Medical Center in Missouri

Prime Healthcare acquires St. Mary's Medical Center and St. Joseph Medical Center in Missouri

Prime Healthcare announced today that it has completed its acquisition of St. Joseph Medical Center in Kansas City, MO, and St. Mary's Medical Center in Blue Springs, MO, as well as other assets of Carondelet Health from Ascension Health. St. Joseph and St. Mary's medical centers are acute-care hospitals with 456 beds and 900 physicians on staff combined. [More]

Amedica Submits 510(k) Application to FDA for Composite Spinal Interbody Spacers with Porous Silicon Nitride Center

Amedica announced today that it has filed a submission for 510(k) clearance of the Valeo C Interbody with CsC Osteo-Conductive Scaffolding (“Valeo CCsC”) with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) relating to its composite silicon nitride spinal interbody devices. [More]
Innovative single-use torque instruments utilize tough polycarbonate from Bayer

Innovative single-use torque instruments utilize tough polycarbonate from Bayer

Makrolon® polycarbonate resin from Bayer MaterialScience LLC forms the handles of CMP’s TorqueSafe™ instruments, which are designed for trauma, reconstruction, small bone, cranio maxillofacial fixation, spine and extremity procedures. [More]
Innovative single-use torque instruments utilize tough polycarbonate from Bayer

Innovative single-use torque instruments utilize tough polycarbonate from Bayer

Makrolon® polycarbonate resin from Bayer MaterialScience LLC forms the handles of CMP’s TorqueSafe™ instruments, which are designed for trauma, reconstruction, small bone, cranio maxillofacial fixation, spine and extremity procedures. [More]
InterveXion receives federal grants for development of drug therapies to treat methamphetamine users

InterveXion receives federal grants for development of drug therapies to treat methamphetamine users

A University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences BioVentures startup company, InterveXion Therapeutics LLC, has received two federal grants totaling $14.5 million for development of drug therapies that can help methamphetamine drug abusers break their addiction. [More]
UT Southwestern gets NCI grant to establish Heavy Ion Radiation Therapy Research Center in US

UT Southwestern gets NCI grant to establish Heavy Ion Radiation Therapy Research Center in US

UT Southwestern Medical Center is leading a Texas consortium of researchers to establish the country's first National Center for Heavy Ion Radiation Therapy that could provide clinical care and research using heavy particles for innovative new cancer treatments. [More]
Studies show neurointerventional surgery reduces stroke mortality rate by 50%

Studies show neurointerventional surgery reduces stroke mortality rate by 50%

Two new clinical trials on the treatment of stroke (ESCAPE and EXTEND IA) demonstrate that neurointerventional surgery significantly increases the number of patients who are able to live independently without major neurological disabilities. [More]
Single-use TorqueSafe instruments use Bayer's Makrolon polycarbonate resin

Single-use TorqueSafe instruments use Bayer's Makrolon polycarbonate resin

For many years, torque-applying instruments have been among the surgical instruments typically used during orthopedic surgeries. [More]
UT Southwestern leads researchers to establish National Center for Heavy Ion Radiation Therapy

UT Southwestern leads researchers to establish National Center for Heavy Ion Radiation Therapy

UT Southwestern Medical Center is leading a Texas consortium of researchers to establish the country's first National Center for Heavy Ion Radiation Therapy that could provide clinical care and research using heavy particles for innovative new cancer treatments. [More]
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