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Image: MEDICA 2015 Education conference intended as a professional development event for all medical fields and for representatives from both academia and industry will be held together with MEDICA 2015 World Forum for Medicine (Photo courtesy of MEDICA).

MEDICA Education Conference Will Focus on Surgery Innovations

The MEDICA 2015 Education Conference will highlight systems that require medical and technological expertise to be closely connected.  More...
21 May 2015

Bacteria Culpable in Gastrointestinal Surgery Complications

Postsurgical intestinal anastomotic leaks are often the result of bacteria in the bowel that elude antibiotics, according to a new study.  More...
20 May 2015
Image: The MiroSurge telesurgery system (Photo courtesy of DLR).

Robotic Telemanipulation Promotes Cardiac Surgery

A robotic telesurgery system provides performance characteristics that advance minimally invasive procedures by stabilizing beating heart motion.  More...
19 May 2015
Image: The Protek Duo cannula (Photo courtesy of CardiacAssist).

New Treatment Option for Respiratory Distress and Heart Failure

An innovative cannula provides venous drainage and reinfusion via an internal jugular vein during acute respiratory distress syndrome extracorporeal life support procedures.   More...
18 May 2015
Image: Raplixa application for forming a blood clot (Photo courtesy of The Medicines Company).

Spray-Dried Sealant Helps Control Surgical Bleeding

A novel spray-dried human fibrin sealant helps control bleeding from small blood vessels when standard surgical techniques, such as suture, ligature, or cautery are ineffective or impractical.  More...
14 May 2015

Hospitals Can Improve Outcomes of Weekend Surgeries

A new study identifies five resources that can help hospitals overcome the “weekend effect,” wherein patients who undergo surgeries on weekends tend to experience longer hospital stays and higher mortality rates and readmissions.   More...
12 May 2015
Image: 3D implanted splints protecting the airways (Photo courtesy of the University of Michigan).

3-D Printed Splints Shore Up Weakened Airways

Custom three-dimensional airway splints are being printed to improve breathing in infants suffering from tracheobronchomalacia, reports a new study.   More...
11 May 2015

The Surgical techniques channel of HospiMedica keeps the reader informed about the latest in cardiac procedures, transplantation, minimally invasive surgery, wound care, OB/GYN, orthopedics, urology, surgical instrumentation, ophthalmology, and additional related fields.


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