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07/25/2018: The simulated heart valve


Interview: Regenerative heart valves; Video: Ambulances of the future; Topic of the Month: Resuscitation via videostream; News: New stroke imaging technology; News: A 3-D model of a human heart ventricle; News: Kidney cancer: patients benefit from robotic surgery; News: Clean air for brain health – World Brain Day 2018
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07/18/2018: With "The Virtual Brain" to a digital doppelganger


Topic of the Month: Emergency medicine: how telemedicine strengthens the chain of survival; News: Digital dynamic model of cardiovascular system; News: Wearable device can predict older adults' risk of falling; News: Launch of the neuroinformatics platform "The Virtual Brain"; News: Artificial intelligence helps predict drug combinations' side effects
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07/11/2018: The warning mole takes action


Interview: Early detection: Tattoo signals cancer – and more; Topic of the Month: Video streaming, apps, and smart glasses: telemedicine on standby; News: Big Data analysis identifies new cancer risk genes; News: Visualized: exercises creates optimal brain state; News: New software for rapid, automated identification of dendritic spines; News: A factory to go
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07/04/2018: Every second counts – emergency medicine with smartphone and co


Topic of the Month: Telemedicine in emergencies; News: Versatile ultrasound system could revolutionize medical imaging; News: Innovative tissue analysis thanks to new imaging method; News: First-of-its-kind biofabrication research lab opens; News: Biodegradable plaster will revolutionize treatment
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06/27/2018: Measuring cells quickly


Video: Motion and posture analysis in orthopedics; News: Simulated procedures on virtual hearts; News: Diabetes added to high risks for people with severe mental illness; Topic of the Month: The STEADY project: Managing depression with wearables; News: Virtual reality headsets reduce fear of needles; Interview: Cells in the speed trap – diagnosis in a matter of seconds
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06/20/2018: A chip mimics the lung


Topic of the Month: Data protection for depression apps; News: Study offers new hope for the fight against genetically determined obesity; News: Immunoglobulin E as a promising new form of anti-cancer immunotherapy; News: Wait for it: Serotonin and confidence at the root of patience; News: New pharmacological treatment against diabetic eye diseases is tested
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06/13/2018: Augmented Reality for sterile processing services


Interview: Augmented Reality: supporting sterile processing services?; Topic of the Month: From data to diagnosis – digital help for depression; News:'Multiomics' and the mouse heart - New insights into the development of heart disease therapeutics; News: Targeting platelets; News: Transmission of measles virus: Interaction with two cell receptors is required
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06/06/2018: Smart helpers for people with depressions


Topic of the Month: eHealth and mHealth – smart helpers for people with depression; News: Surgery involving ultrasound energy found to treat high blood pressure; News: Complementing conventional antibiotics; News: Cancer diagnosis: no more needles?; News: Less is more? Gene switch for healthy aging found
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05/30/2018: Ventricular fibrillation: New measuring method gives hope


Video: Ventricular fibrillation; News: Social media usage linked to underage drinking; News: Space-like gravity weakens biochemical signals in muscle formation; News: Subtle hearing loss while young changes brain function, study finds; News: Eating at night, sleeping by day swiftly alters key blood proteins
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05/23/2018: CO from a capsule against inflammation


Topic of the Month: Measuring results step by step – zebris motion analysis; Interview: The cure is in the capsule: carbon monoxide to treat chronic inflammation; News: Everything flows: cerebrospinal fluid regulates neural stem cell division; News: You walk talks; News: Mobile application for diabetics being perfected
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