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Come Summer, Lawnmower Injuries Increase in US

...eated. Of the lawn mower accidents seen among patients at the Children's Center between 2000 and 2005, 95 percent were amputations that required reattachment or reconstructive surgery. 'Every year, we see several children so badly injured by lawn mowers that they need amputation or extensive reconstru...

Delhi Hospital Reattaches Amputated Penis

... very rare operation and this is the first case of reattachment of a completely amputated phallus in Delhi," Khaza...ool," said Khazachi. He said that successful reattachment of cut-off of body parts depends on when the patie...rs respectively. The SGRH has conducted such reattachment surgeries upon 250 patients in the last 10 years o...
Reattachment in Medical Technology

Paloma Pharmaceuticals Presents at the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology 2009 Meeting

...can prevent the regeneration of photoreceptors following successful retinal reattachment surgery. Taken together these data suggest that Palomid 529 may be neuropro...ative vitreoretinopathy (PVR). PVR remains the most common cause of retinal reattachment surgery failure still occurring in about 5-12% of cases. Although advances...
Reattachment in Medical Products

E-Z Tac™ Soft Tissue Reattachment System

Description: The E-Z Tac™ implantThe USS Sports Medicine™ E-Z Tac implant is a resorbable repair device used to attach soft tissue to bone. The resorbable repair device is implanted into a prepared hole in the bone and is used to reattach damaged soft tissue. The resorbable repair device is made of ...
Company:USS Sports Medicine

POLYSORB™ Soft Tissue Reattachment System, 3mm

Description: The USS Sports Medicine™ POLYSORB™ Soft Tissue Anchor 3 mm is a resorbable repair device used to attach soft tissue to bone using sutures. The resorbable repair device is implanted into a prepared hole in the bone, and is used to attach soft tissue. The suture anchors are made of a reso...
Company:USS Sports Medicine

POLYSORB™ Soft Tissue Reattachment System, 2mm

Description: The USS Sports Medicine™ POLYSORB™ Soft Tissue Anchor 2 mm is a resorbable repair device used to attach soft tissue to bone using sutures. The resorbable repair device is implanted into a prepared hole in the bone, and is used to reattach damaged soft tissue. The suture anchors are made...
Company:USS Sports Medicine

GII Anchor

Description:... The GII titanium anchor with nitinol arcs is used for soft tissue reattachment to bone. The GII's small size, high pull-out strength and wide range of clinical applications make it the anchor used by many surgeons worldwide....
Company:DePuy Mitek

TwinFix AB Absorbable Suture Anchor

Description:...iple sutures in independent eyelets improve the load distribution of the suture in the implant and over the tissue, providing a stronger repair at the reattachment site....
Company:Smith & Nephew, Inc. - Orthopedics

BioROC EZ Fasteners and Instrumentation

Description:... The Mitek BioROC EZ fasteners are PLA implants used for soft tissue reattachment to bone. The BioROC EZ uses Radial Osteo Compression (ROC) design for superior fixation strength. The PLA material absorbs through natural body proces...
Company:Ethicon, Inc.

ConTack Labral Anchor and Instrumentation

Description:... The Sutureless Mitek ConTack Labral Anchor is an L-PLA anchor with an L/DL-PLA washer used for soft tissue reattachment to bone. The ConTack's floating washer adjusts to the bony contour of the glenoid, optimizing tissue/bone contact. The anchor uses Radial Osteo Compre...
Company:Ethicon, Inc.

TACIT Threaded Anchors

Description:... The TACIT Threaded Anchor and QUICKANCHOR systems are used in craniofacial and hand procedures to allow easy, secure tissue reattachment and tension - free suspension. The small size facilitates precise anatomical fixation of soft tissues to bone. Features...
Company:Ethicon, Inc.

ROC EZ Fasteners and Instrumentation

Description:... ROC EZ fasteners are polyethylene implants used for soft tissue reattachment to bone. The ROC EZ uses radial osteo compression (ROC) design for superior fixation strength. ROC EZ fasteners are deployed using the easy-to-use ROC...
Company:Ethicon, Inc.

ROC XS Fasteners and Instrumentation

Description:... ROC XS is a polyethylene implant used for soft tissue reattachment to bone. The umbrella-like deployment of this anchor provides increased fixation strength. This anchor is easy-to-insert using the ROC Universal Deliv...
Company:Ethicon, Inc.
Reattachment in Biological News

Large sponges may be reattached to coral reefs

...tion of oscillating currents. "The worldwide decline of coral reef ecosystems has prompted many local restoration efforts, which typically focus on reattachment of reef-building corals," says Professor Joseph Pawlik of the University of North Carolina-Wilmington, co-author of the study. "Despite their dominanc...
Reattachment in Biological Technology

JCI table of contents: Dec. 3, 2007

...he PDF of this article at: https://www.the-jci.org/article.php?id=34236 TRANSPLANTATION: Get an extended warranty on your new lung: Artery reattachment may be the key to long-term transplant survival Small-airway fibrosis, the chronic scarring and subsequent occlusion of the lung airways, is a ma...

Van Campen reviving UW's drug-development related education

...ation that includes support for the role played by the station. The project involves a novel form of drug delivery to promote more successful surgical reattachment of limbs or appendages. The station also provides laboratory services that help newly established pharmaceutical companies. "We always try to empha...
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