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Implants help humans in many ways and are welcome to improve life conditions for people desiring reconstructions or corrections of their human tissue as well as information transmitting. Medical progress presents a growing number of medical devices to be implanted in human bodies. There are estimated more than 8.500 different implants known, to be incorporated in human bodies and this number is still growing.

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Textile replacement for tympanic membrane and hip endoprosthesis

tympanic membrane: Textile researchers at TU Dresden have developed a novel drumhead implant made of fibers. In tests conducted by the developers, the bioinspired innovation performed significantly better than conventional implants. The textile membrane enables a complete, permanent and lifelike reconstruction of the eardrum (D Aibibu). Tests have shown that the textile replacement eardrum has…

Artificial intelligence supports the production of facial implants

A research group at the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf (UKE) is using artificial intelligence (AI) to create individual facial implants. Instead of designing a model from scratch for each patient, as has been the case in the past, in the future we will be able to use AI to access a huge database of patient-specific…

Supplemental calcium and vitamin D and long-term mortality in aortic stenosis

Calcium metabolism has long been implicated in aortic stenosis (AS). Studies assessing the long-term safety of oral calcium and/or vitamin D in AS are scarce yet imperative given the rising use among an elderly population prone to deficiency. We sought to identify the associations between supplemental calcium and vitamin D with mortality and progression of…