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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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Brain implant enables ALS patients to communicate with the world outside

A patient in the advanced stages of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) who had lost his last ability to communicate with the outside world after paralyzing his eye muscles has learned to make himself heard again with the help of a brain-computer interface. Nach dem in Nature Communications (2022; DOI: 10.1038/s41467-022-28859-8) vorgestellten Fall­bericht konnte er durch Ja/Nein-Signale Buchstaben auswählen…

Implanted System for Orthostatic Hypotension in Multiple-System Atrophy

Orthostatic hypotension is a cardinal feature of multiple-system atrophy. The upright posture provokes syncopal episodes that prevent patients from standing and walking for more than brief periods. We implanted a system to restore regulation of blood pressure and enable a patient with multiple-system atrophy to stand and walk after having lost these abilities because of…

bioprinting tissue-like constructs capable of controlled, complex shape change

Where standard 3D printing uses a digital blueprint to manufacture an object out of materials like plastic or resin, 3D bioprinting manufactures biological parts and tissues out of living cells, or bioinks. A fourth dimension — shape transformation over time — can be achieved by incorporating materials that enable printed constructs to morph multiple times…