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[Inspiration] Tablets help keep kids calm before surgery
[Insight] Robotics’ medical revolution is still in its infancy
[Stat] Robots could increase global productivity 50% by 2025, adding $2 trillion to the economy
Technology october 20, 2014

Printable Body Parts Leap Forward with Printed Jaw

A cancer survivor's reconstructive surgery was made safer and more successful with the same 3D printing technology responsible for those Yahoo! giveaways from your last conference.

Mobile september 8, 2013

Augmented Reality App Guides Surgeons During Tumor Removal

A new app from the Fraunhofer Institute for Medical Image Computing MEVIS in Germany guides surgeons through complex procedures.

Syndicated april 21, 2013

Doctors Use Apps To Improve Outcome Of Surgeries

Touch Surgery helps patients improve their mental state by walking them through the actual procedure thereby reducing stress levels.

Innovation april 10, 2013

12 Stories You Need To Know Today

The positives to negativity, Google glass already banned at strip joints and NOLA a new hub...links to start your day with.

Innovation february 14, 2013

Pressure Sensitive Tool Turns Surgery Into Real Life ‘Operation’ Game

German researchers develop a special pressure-sensing handle to aid young doctors

Technology may 30, 2012

Snake-Like Robots Perform Intricate Operations Where Surgeons Can’t Reach

More delicate surgeries are now assisted by robotic medical tools.

Design & Architecture february 16, 2012

3D Printing Enables The Creation Of Personalized, Replacement Body Parts

Layerwise implants Titanium jaw in first ever jaw replacement surgery.

Partner Content december 21, 2011

Hollywood Tech To Revolutionize Facial Reconstruction

Researchers are combining conventional medical imaging with some of the same 3-D modeling techniques used in Hollywood blockbusters to offer new hope to victims of serious facial injuries.

IoT march 23, 2010

Intelligent Hip Device Monitors Bone Implants

Smart Hip is a new medical device that can monitor the performance of bone implants from within the body.

Advertising january 12, 2010

Project Odysseus Allows Virtual Surgery Practice On 3D Models

A new 3D scanning technology is being used to help train surgeons.


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