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Prospective randomized evaluation of intraoperative application of autologous platelet-rich plasma on surgical site infection or delayed wound healing

February 16, 2016

Prevention of surgical site infections and the reduction of wound-related complication rates have become increasingly emphasized by hospital task groups and government agencies given the degree of economic burden it places on the health care system. Platelet-rich plasma contains growth factors and other biomolecules that promote endogenous microbicidal activity

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Reduction in diabetic amputations over 15 years in Spain

September 21, 2014

Reduction in diabetic amputations : Teamwork Works! Here is the full text Rev Esp Quimioter.  2014 Sep;27(3):170-9

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A Minimally Invasive Technique for the Reduction of Calcaneal Fractures Using the Endobutton® – Corrected Proof

January 10, 2013

Abstract: Calcaneal fractures are very common injuries, and closed reduction-percutaneous pinning, open reduction-internal fixation, and primary arthrodesis are the procedures used in the surgical treatment of these injuries. The aim of surgical treatment is to restore the normal biomechanics of the Achilles tendon and rearfoot by anatomic reduction of the articular surfaces

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A Minimally Invasive Technique for the Reduction of Calcaneal Fractures Using the Endobutton®

January 10, 2013

Abstract: Calcaneal fractures are very common injuries, and closed reduction-percutaneous pinning, open reduction-internal fixation, and primary arthrodesis are the procedures used in the surgical treatment of these injuries. The aim of surgical treatment is to restore the normal biomechanics of the Achilles tendon and rearfoot by anatomic reduction of the articular surfaces

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For True Innovation: See Bell Labs, c. 1960s

February 28, 2012

A terrific article from the NYT. Innovation and the Bell Labs Miracle – NYTimes.com :

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Permission to Get Excited? Granted. Meet NODE: a modular, handheld powerhouse of sensors by George Yu — Kickstarter

February 27, 2012

Please imagine the possibilities. Here we now have a mesh of inexpensive sensors one can purchase and control entirely from ones’ smartphone. Again, we at SALSA posit that real medical innovation is coming from outside- and working its way in.

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Wireless Charging: It’s here. Buckle up, amigos.

February 27, 2012

Here we go: I think we can now clearly see that wireless (inductive) charging is with us. Buckle up, amigos, cutting the cord here will make wifi seem provincial.

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Colombo Diabetic Foot Conference 2012 | Stock

February 27, 2012

Colombo Diabetic Foot Conference 2012 :

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Limb Salvage in Parma, Italia, circa 1100…

February 26, 2012

This courtesy of our long-time friend Dr. Lenny LaManna, who is touring Parma, Italy as we speak. Indeed, what’s old is new.

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Self-heated underwear (and sidewalks)? Two words: carbon nanotubes

February 26, 2012

Carbon Nanotube Coated Fibers Could One Day Lead To Self-Heating Clothing :

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