Researchers based at the University of Ulsan College of Medicine in the Republic...
- PET/CT imaging agent could improve acute venous thromboembolism diagnosis
- US researchers power medical implants with heart’s energy
- StimLabs begins enrolment in Revita trial for diabetic foot ulcers
- Form and function: a revolution in 3D-printed anatomical models
- 3D-printed implant could treat spinal cord injuries
TAU’s 3D-printed heart technique mitigates risk of implant rejection
Researchers from Tel Aviv University (TAU) in Israel have used 3D printing to create a heart that uses a single donor's cells and biological materials as the bioink.
Researchers develop wearable biosensors that mimic skin’s properties
Researchers from universities in Binghamton and New York have developed a wearable biosensor that supports the body's natural healing process.
Sight Sciences begins enrolment in OMNI system trial
Sight Sciences has begun enrolment procedures for the Gemini clinical trial.
Microgel coating with antibiotics could make implants safer
A research team at the US-based Stevens Institute of Technology has developed a microgel coating for implants to release antibiotics and potentially reduce post-surgical infection rates in patients.
Micronova: Specialised Mops for Critical Environments
The call for controlled manufacturing is standard across a wide range of industries. Processing and cleaning controls continue to grow ever more stringent in biotechnology and pharmaceutical production.
Smith & Nephew to buy Osiris Therapeutics in $660m deal
Smith & Nephew has agreed to acquire regenerative medicine products developer Osiris Therapeutics for a total cash consideration of $660m.
Stryker launches tools for keyhole orthopaedic surgery
Stryker has launched four visualisation tools for surgical arthroscopy to improve efficiency and patient outcomes.
PET/CT imaging agent could improve acute venous thromboembolism diagnosis
Researchers based at the University of Ulsan College of Medicine in the Republic of Korea have found that the positron emission tomography/computed tomography (PET/CT) tracer 18F-GP1 results in high image quality and a high detection rate for acute venous thromboembolism (VTE).
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