Content tagged with Medical
posted in June 1997
Ceramics replace body parts
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Materials mend ailing hearts, ears, livers, bones, and dental maladies
Superconductors lower MRI costs
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By improving signal-to-noise ratio, superconducting coils reduce imaging time and improve resolution of low-cost, low-magnetic-field-strength MRI machines
DSPs advance medical imaging
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Ultrasound diagnostic technology becomes clearer, sharper, faster, and panoramic
Pump aids wounded heart
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Dedicated design engineers have produced implantable pumps taht can save many of those suffering from life-threatening heart disease
CAD improves surgical devices
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Designed and delivered with the aid of CAD, a new laproscopic irrigation system reached the market only seven months after its conception
Control system matches prosthesis to patient
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One microcomputer monitors motor skills; another allows wireless reprogramming
Atrial defibrillator tackles matter of the heart
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Innovations in cardiac sensing, shock delivery, and high-speed telemetry highlight the first implantable atrial defibrillator

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