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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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Spatially Heterogeneous Tubular Scaffolds for In Situ Heart Valve Tissue Engineering Using Melt Electrowriting

Heart valve tissue engineering (HVTE) aims to provide living autologous heart valve implants endowed with regenerative capabilities and life-long durability. However, fabrication of biomimetic scaffolds capable of providing the required functionality in terms of mechanical performance and tunable porosity to enable cellular infiltration remains a major challenge. Here, the additive manufacturing of bioinspired, spatially heterogeneous,…

Poietis Automates the Manufacturing of Biological Tissue

While the manufacturing of biological tissue meets major societal demands, it also faces significant challenges related to process standardization and scaling up. With these challenges in mind, the French start-up Poietis has developed the Next Generation Bioprinting (NGB) platform to achieve 4D bioprinting of biological tissue in a faster, more affordable and more functional way. Fabien Guillemot: First of all,…

Necessity of routine x-rays after osteosynthesis

Routine x-rays after the osteosynthesis of distal radius and ankle fractures – a prospective randomized controlled trial on the necessity of routine imaging CONCLUSION: In this study, routine postoperative radiographs after osteosynthesis of distal radius and ankle fractures did not improve patient care when standardized intraoperative radiographs were obtained. Author(s) Source Oehme F, Kremo V, van…