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Medicrea Group to implement LIFETIME WARRANTY on patient-specific UNiD technology

Medicrea Group to implement LIFETIME WARRANTY on patient-specific UNiD technology

The Medicrea Group, worldwide leader pioneering the development and manufacture of personalized analytical services and implant solutions for the treatment of complex spinal conditions, announced today that the Company will implement a LIFETIME WARRANTY on its patient-specific UNiD™ technology. [More]
Researchers identify first two core genes that regulate deep sleep and dreaming

Researchers identify first two core genes that regulate deep sleep and dreaming

Researchers have identified the first two core genes that regulate the amount of deep sleep and dreaming, a key development they believe will lead to the discovery of a network of related genes controlling sleep. [More]
WHO Trauma Care Checklist Programme leads to improvements in care for injured patients

WHO Trauma Care Checklist Programme leads to improvements in care for injured patients

Injury is responsible for more than 10 percent of the global burden of disease, killing more people each year than HIV, malaria and tuberculosis combined. [More]
Orthopaedists use new technology to assess patient outcomes, research shows

Orthopaedists use new technology to assess patient outcomes, research shows

Orthopaedists traditionally rely on X-rays, MRI, CT scans, physical measurements, and functional tests for patient outcomes assessments, but this is changing thanks to new technology that communicates ongoing, real-time outcomes feedback from patients, according to research published in the Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. [More]
FRET-FLIM imaging techniques help researchers to study activity of proteins in dendritic spines

FRET-FLIM imaging techniques help researchers to study activity of proteins in dendritic spines

An ongoing challenge for scientists working to understand the brain is being able to see all its parts. Researchers have spent centuries developing better imaging techniques to see beyond the abilities of our naked eyes. [More]
DePuy Synthes Spine introduces new lower back implant that promotes fusion, restores function

DePuy Synthes Spine introduces new lower back implant that promotes fusion, restores function

Today DePuy Synthes Spine, Part of the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies, launched the SYNFIX Evolution System, a new implant for stand-alone Anterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion (ALIF). [More]
K2M announces U.S. launch of innovative 3D-printed CASCADIA product portfolio at 2016 NASS meeting

K2M announces U.S. launch of innovative 3D-printed CASCADIA product portfolio at 2016 NASS meeting

K2M Group Holdings, Inc., a global medical device company focused on designing, developing and commercializing innovative and proprietary complex spine and minimally invasive spine technologies and techniques, today announced the U.S. launch of its award-winning CASCADIA Interbody Systems, featuring Lamellar 3D Titanium Technology, during the 31st North American Spine Society (NASS) Annual Meeting, Oct. 26-29, 2016, in Boston at Booth #1615. [More]
Study shows spinal supporting muscles may weaken during spaceflight

Study shows spinal supporting muscles may weaken during spaceflight

How does space travel affect the spine? Astronauts on long missions in space have atrophy of the muscles supporting the spine—which don't return to normal even several weeks after their return to Earth, reports a study in Spine, published by Wolters Kluwer. [More]
New wearable electronic device could revolutionise treatment for stroke patients

New wearable electronic device could revolutionise treatment for stroke patients

Stroke patients are starting a trial of a new electronic device to recover movement and control of their hand. [More]
Simple treatment can help relieve majority of back pain

Simple treatment can help relieve majority of back pain

During their lifetime, as many as eight out of ten people experience back pain that lasts more than three days. However, for a vast majority of these people, the pain goes away with simple treatment. [More]
Trauma Innovation conference welcomes record number of military and civil healthcare professionals

Trauma Innovation conference welcomes record number of military and civil healthcare professionals

Trauma Innovation 2016 saw attendance figures nearly double as clinicians gathered to discuss future trauma care capabilities [More]
New review looks at complexity of fracture epidemiology in diabetes

New review looks at complexity of fracture epidemiology in diabetes

Due to the ageing of populations as well as increasing obesity and adverse lifestyle factors, type 2 diabetes (T2D) is reaching epidemic proportions in many parts of the world. [More]

Medovex announces successful demo of DenerveX System during EuroSpine 2016 in Berlin

Medovex Corp., a developer of medical technology products, today announced that the Company successfully exhibited its' DenerveX System during EuroSpine 2016 Tradeshow last week in Berlin, Germany. [More]
Researchers develop MRI-based method that can track progression of genetically mutated gliomas

Researchers develop MRI-based method that can track progression of genetically mutated gliomas

UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers have developed an MRI-based method that can track the state and progression of a common type of genetically mutated brain cancer. [More]
Graded aerobic treadmill testing safe, tolerable in young patients with sports-related concussion

Graded aerobic treadmill testing safe, tolerable in young patients with sports-related concussion

Graded aerobic treadmill testing is safe, tolerable, and useful in evaluating and managing cases of sports-related concussion in children and adolescents. [More]
Tumor Paint lights the way for surgeons during brain surgery

Tumor Paint lights the way for surgeons during brain surgery

In December of last year, Laura Coffman began to notice that something wasn't quite right with her 2-year-old son, Hunter. He was leaning to one side and seemed to lose his balance easily. When he became lethargic and started vomiting a few days later on Dec. 28, she knew it was time to see the pediatrician. [More]
Researchers identify process in the brains of mice that may explain repetitive actions in Rett patients

Researchers identify process in the brains of mice that may explain repetitive actions in Rett patients

Three-year-old Naomi slaps her forehead a few times, bites her fingers and toddles across the doctor's office in her white and pink pajamas before turning her head into a door with a dull thud. [More]
AlloSource to share early results of ProChondrix Cartilage Restoration Matrix at ICRS Congress

AlloSource to share early results of ProChondrix Cartilage Restoration Matrix at ICRS Congress

AlloSource, one of the nation's largest providers of cartilage, cellular, bone, skin and soft-tissue allografts for use in surgical procedures and wound care to advance patient healing, will share early results of its fresh cartilage allograft, ProChondrix Cartilage Restoration Matrix during the International Cartilage Repair Society's 13th World Congress in Sorrento-Naples, Italy. [More]
FDA approves new biosimilar for multiple inflammatory diseases

FDA approves new biosimilar for multiple inflammatory diseases

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today approved Amjevita (adalimumab-atto) as a biosimilar to Humira (adalimumab) for multiple inflammatory diseases. [More]
Clinical trial assesses efficacy of experimental treatment in individuals with cervical spinal cord injury

Clinical trial assesses efficacy of experimental treatment in individuals with cervical spinal cord injury

Physicians at Rush University Medical Center became the first in Illinois to inject AST-OPC1 (oligodendrocyte progenitor cells), an experimental treatment, into the damaged cervical spine of a recently paralyzed man as part of a multicenter clinical trial. [More]
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