patient-specific

patient-specific

(pā′shĕnt-spĕ-sif′ik)
Customized to the precise anatomy, physiology, or health care needs of one person.
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Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a draft guidance June 9 on the "Dissemination of Patient-Specific Information from Devices by Device Manufacturers.
M2 PHARMA-April 26, 2016-US FDA Clears Medicrea's Patient-Specific UNiD Cervical Rod for Spine Surgery
Several authors, who investigated patient-specific aneurysm models with regard to intra-aneurysmal flow patterns, identified risk factors for future rupture, but the results are inconsistent.
By simulating brain activity within each patient-specific network, they successfully identi-fied regions that were more prone to seizures.
The Materialise Knee Guide System, which consists of 3-D surgical planning software and patient-specific surgical guides for knee surgery, allows surgeons to plan knee surgeries based on the patient's unique anatomy and structural damage.
In addition, the company s patient-specific cardiovascular anatomical models can be used to enhance planning in complex procedures.
reported a voluntary recall of specific serial numbers of patient-specific instrumentation for the company's iUni, iDuo, iTotal CR and iTotal PS knee replacement product systems.
Invetech is to provide Argos with services, technology and equipment to support the design, development, supply and maintenance of customised manufacturing systems to support production of patient-specific immunotherapies.
OPM's facial device is the first and only FDA cleared 3D printed polymeric implant for facial indications, and follows FDA clearance of the first and only 3D printed polymeric implant, OPM's OsteoFab Patient-Specific Cranial Device, which was granted in February 2013.
Given that iPS cells can be made in a patient-specific manner, there should be great potential for them to be transplanted back into the same patient without rejection.
They discuss alignment and malalignment, its assessment, and frontal, sagittal, and rotational alignment; finding anatomical landmarks in the normal and arthritic knee; biomechanics; the impact of the foot on weight-bearing alignment; the intra-articular impact of extra-articular alignment deformity; navigation in arthroplasty; Mimics software; patient-specific instruments; MRI and CT-based cutting and pinning guides; kinematically-aligned arthroplasty with MRI-based cutting guides; individualized total knee arthroplasty; unicompartmental arthroplasty with patient-specific guides and instruments; robotic knee arthroplasty; patient-matched robotic uniconylar arthroplasty; patient-specific instruments as a teaching tool; and soft tissue-based alignment.
The iTotal from ConforMIS is a patient-specific total knee replacement system which means that every implant and all the instruments are created just-in-time for that particular patient.

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