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Small, smaller, implants

Dear Sir or Madam,

Active implants and their components are becoming ever smaller while their functions become ever more complex. Will we be able to treat diseases by implanting microscale machines and computers into the body in the future? Most likely, we are still far away from this. Nevertheless, there are a lot of exciting things happening around the miniaturization of implants. Learn more about this in our current special.

Have a nice day!

Timo Roth
Editorial team COMPAMED-tradefair.com


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Early diagnostic imaging to prevent kidney disease

Osaka University researchers, in collaboration with several Japanese companies, translate neuroimaging tools to study renal fibrosis in rat kidney. The technique is expected to replace the invasive biopsies currently used to identify patients at risk of developing chronic kidney disease.
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Bioprinted veins reveal new drug diffusion details

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Materials Science

Silk 'micrococoons' could be used in biotechnology and medicine

Microscopic versions of the cocoons spun by silkworms have been manufactured by a team of researchers. The tiny capsules, which are invisible to the naked eye, can protect sensitive molecular materials, and could prove a significant technology in areas including food science, biotechnology and medicine.
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Miniaturisation of implants – complex functions in minimal space

Special

Image: hand holding a cardiac pacemaker; Copyright: panthermedia.net/Martin Mühler
Apart from digitalization, molecularization and personalization, miniaturization is one of the main trends in medical technology. Especially intelligent micro-implants are on the rise and promise successful therapies, for example to monitor glaucoma, hearing difficulties and diabetes. While their size decreases, more and more functions and algorithms for analysis and - via microsystem technique - transmission channels for collected data are integrated into them.
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