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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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.
The system, a solution consisting of 3-D surgical planning software and patient-specific surgical guides for knee surgery, allows surgeons to "efficiently and accurately plan knee surgeries based on the patient's unique anatomy and structural damage," according to officials from Materialise.
A prosthetic solution with the comfort of a fixed restoration; a patient-specific suprastructure on transgingival implants that eliminates the need for additional abutments; and an implant for sloped ridge situations for excellent esthetic results.
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.
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.
Washington, Aug 30 (ANI): A study has suggested that hair follicle keratinocytes offer a simple and accessible route to generate patient-specific induced pluripotent stem cells, iPSCs, with minimum inconvenience for the patients.
3) Imaging for diagnosis, staging, or monitoring the effects of therapy: This initiative encourages the development of novel imaging methods such as functional or molecular imaging or spectroscopy methods that would significantly improve the specificity of diagnosis of cancer and environmentally induced disease, allow deterministic methods or patient-specific staging, or measure early effects of therapy.
This patent, titled "Providing Patient-Specific Drug Information", identities systems, methods, apparatuses, and computer program products that Multum has developed to generate: dosage recommendations, side effect information, allergies, drug interactions, reproductive information, pharmacological data, and cost information.
If researchers can identify appropriate target molecules on tumors of solid tissues, Biosource also hopes to use their tobacco technology to make patient-specific vaccines for diseases such as breast and prostate cancer.
5] Peer review is patient-specific, factual, positive, and nonthreatening (does not have sworn testimony).
com, BroadcastMed's premiere surgical broadcasting website, is proud to present a live webinar on the ConforMIS iTotal[R] G2 Patient-Specific Knee Replacement System on November 8th at 7:00pm EST.

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