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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 transmitting purposes. However, an implant is more than just any replacement part. It becomes part of an individual person. That is why it requires our special attention. There are estimated more than 10.000 different implants known, to be incorporated in human bodies - constantly increasing.

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Development of rupture-resistant bioprostheses for aortic aneurysms

A research group at the Department of Cardiothoracic, Transplantation and Vascular Surgery at the Hannover Medical School (MHH, Germany) is working on developing vascular prostheses based on the body’s own fibrin. Unlike conventional plastic models, the biologically active aortic prostheses are recognized by the immune system as the body’s own and are included in the…

Frequency of transfusions in endoprosthetics reduced

Endoprosthetic surgeries often involve significant blood loss and result in up to 46 percent of patients requiring a blood transfusion during or after surgery. After various changes to procedures during and after surgery, surgical teams can now not only avoid the sometimes high blood loss associated with inserting a knee or hip prosthesis and subsequent…

Cerebellar deep brain stimulation for chronic post-stroke motor rehabilitation: a phase I trial

Upper-extremity impairment after stroke remains a major therapeutic challenge and a target of neuromodulation treatment efforts. In this open-label, non-randomized phase I trial, we applied deep brain stimulation to the cerebellar dentate nucleus combined with renewed physical rehabilitation to promote functional reorganization of ipsilesional cortex in 12 individuals with persistent (1–3 years), moderate-to-severe upper-extremity impairment.…