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Cleveland Clinic Unveils Top 10 Medical Innovations for 2012
Date:10/6/2011

een engineered to help restore function. Now comes the computerized bionic leg with its microprocessors and computer chips that can rival the functionality provided by biological limbs.

6. Implantable Device to Treat Complex Brain Aneurysms – A new minimally-invasive procedure can safely and effectively treat brain aneurysms without open surgery by implanting an FDA-approved device directly into the artery. Consisting of a flexible braided mesh tube made of platinum and nickel-cobalt chromium alloy, this device can be delivered by catheter and used to block off large, giant, or wide-necked aneurysms in the damaged internal carotid artery.

5. Increasing Discovery with Next-Generation Gene Sequencing – The best way to get to the root cause of serious illness is to sequence a person's genome. Leading geneticists envision a day soon when everyone's genome will be sequenced and included as a routine part of their medical records. Next-generation sequencing machines can help achieve this goal in the near future with the wider dissemination of faster and affordable sequencing machines.

4. Medical Apps for Mobile Devices – Medical apps have several significant advantages: reliable medical information is always up to date, doctors can answer patient queries quickly by accessing data without ever leaving the patient's bedside, and many medical apps also have interactive features that help doctors choose appropriate screening tests for patients and calculate a patient's risk of developing a host of diseases.

3. Concussion Management System for Athletes – Head injuries are now such a major medical concern in sports that special patient management tools have been developed. Used by athletes, they instantly detect brain injuries at the moment of contact, and provide patient-specific guidance about when athletes can return to play without risk of further harm. The novel Concussion Management S
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