Reconstructive Surgery – Regbiomed http://regbiomed.com/ Mon, 01 Aug 2022 23:35:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://regbiomed.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/icon-150x150.png Reconstructive Surgery – Regbiomed http://regbiomed.com/ 32 32 ‘I feel so loved right now’, public raises $250,000 for woman’s reconstructive facial surgery https://regbiomed.com/i-feel-so-loved-right-now-public-raises-250000-for-womans-reconstructive-facial-surgery/ Mon, 01 Aug 2022 23:35:00 +0000 https://regbiomed.com/i-feel-so-loved-right-now-public-raises-250000-for-womans-reconstructive-facial-surgery/ Tears of gratitude ran high after the public raised the $250,000 needed to launch a woman’s life-changing facial reconstruction. The outpouring of support means that after 18 years, Brittany Kremers will finally get the surgery she needs to lead a normal life. Suffering from pancreatitis, the Christchurch woman was completely stunned and devastated to wake […]]]>

Tears of gratitude ran high after the public raised the $250,000 needed to launch a woman’s life-changing facial reconstruction.

The outpouring of support means that after 18 years, Brittany Kremers will finally get the surgery she needs to lead a normal life.

Suffering from pancreatitis, the Christchurch woman was completely stunned and devastated to wake up to find the funds had been raised.

“Wow…that’s crazy…I don’t even know what to say!”

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Emotionally, Kremers wanted to thank everyone who made her dream come true, as did mom Dawn.

“I’m in tears,” Dawn admitted.

The good news came at a time when Kremers was feeling depressed and had retired to her home because she believed the operation would never take place. Now she is on top of the world.

“I feel so loved right now.”

Brittany Kremers can't believe the kindness of the Kiwis after $250,000 was raised for a life-changing operation.

CHRIS SKELTON / Stuff

Brittany Kremers can’t believe the kindness of the Kiwis after $250,000 was raised for a life-changing operation.

About to call the Auckland hospital where Kremers will have the surgery to tell them the news, Dawn was confident her daughter would be in for surgery by the end of August/early September.

Dawn hoped the operation could take place shortly after Kremers’ 26th birthday on August 22, as she wanted to make the day even more special.

“This is the best birthday present ever,” her upset mother said as she digested the news.

Kremers, now 25, first told her story in December last year of how a life-threatening tumor ruined her childhood after her jawbone and base of her skull were removed .

She had just suffered another setback after the then Canterbury District Health Board told her there was no funding available for prosthetic facial reconstruction, although she had her fitted with a metal splint on his face for 14 months of preparation.

The decision was devastating for the young woman, who was forced to raise funds for private surgery.

The Kremers weren’t sure how much the operation would cost, but after meeting with the surgeon, they discovered it was much more than they had estimated.

Nearly $170,000 was raised on a Givealittle page late last year, but it was ultimately determined the amount needed would be around $250,000, leaving Brittany worried the surgery would never happen.

Brittany in 2008, the day she was told her rare cancer had returned.

CHRIS SKELTON / Stuff

Brittany in 2008, the day she was told her rare cancer had returned.

However, in just six hours, the generous Kiwis raised the extra $80,000 the family needed.

Approximately $12,500 or 5% of the total raised will go to Givealittle in fees.

Auckland head and neck surgeon Muammar Abu-Serriah gave Kremers hope the operation could help her drink and eat again, and ditch the syringe she used to ingest liquids.

He plans to straighten the left side of his jaw to align with the center, take a bone from his lower leg to make a jawbone, and fix it with a titanium joint at the base of his skull.

The surgeon then intends to place a free flap to fill the area, but does not yet know which part of the body it will be taken from.

As with any surgery, there would be risks, which Kremers tried not to focus on. A veteran of more than 100 hospital admissions and numerous painful surgeries, she refused to let herself think about what life might be like if the surgery was successful.

She learned a long time ago to manage expectations, but admitted that she had thought of some things she wanted to do: the first kiss with her boyfriend, leaving the house without feeling embarrassed and drinking in a cup of coffee without dripping down his chin.

From now on, all possibilities are on the table for the young woman who just wants a chance to be like everyone else. And it’s something she still finds hard to believe.

“I don’t know if I want to dance in my pajamas or just cry because it’s finally doable.”

The 25-year-old can't wait to kiss her boyfriend for the first time and eat and drink without having to use a syringe.

CHRIS SKELTON / Stuff

The 25-year-old can’t wait to kiss her boyfriend for the first time and eat and drink without having to use a syringe.

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Comparison between Artivion (NYSE: AORT) and TELA Bio (NASDAQ: TELA) https://regbiomed.com/comparison-between-artivion-nyse-aort-and-tela-bio-nasdaq-tela/ Sun, 31 Jul 2022 05:33:31 +0000 https://regbiomed.com/comparison-between-artivion-nyse-aort-and-tela-bio-nasdaq-tela/ Artivion (NYSE:AORT – Get Rating) and TELA Bio (NASDAQ:TELA – Get Rating) are both small-cap medical companies, but which is the best investment? We’ll compare the two companies based on institutional ownership strength, analyst recommendations, dividends, profitability, earnings, risk and valuation. Risk and Volatility Artivion has a beta of 1.42, which means its price is […]]]>

Artivion (NYSE:AORT – Get Rating) and TELA Bio (NASDAQ:TELA – Get Rating) are both small-cap medical companies, but which is the best investment? We’ll compare the two companies based on institutional ownership strength, analyst recommendations, dividends, profitability, earnings, risk and valuation.

Risk and Volatility

Artivion has a beta of 1.42, which means its price is 42% more volatile than the S&P 500. In comparison, TELA Bio has a beta of 1.44, which means its price is 44% more volatile than the S&P500.

Valuation and benefits

This table compares the revenue, earnings per share (EPS) and valuation of Artivion and TELA Bio.

Gross revenue Price/sales ratio Net revenue Earnings per share Price/earnings ratio
Artivion $298.84 million 2.64 -$14.83 million ($0.39) -50.26
TELA Bio $29.46 million 3.99 -$33.28 million ($2.48) -3.25

Artivion has higher revenue and profit than TELA Bio. Artivion trades at a lower price-to-earnings ratio than TELA Bio, indicating that it is currently the more affordable of the two stocks.

Analyst Recommendations

This is a breakdown of the current ratings and recommendations for Artivion and TELA Bio, as provided by MarketBeat.com.

Sales Ratings Hold odds Buy reviews Strong buy odds Rating
Artivion 0 1 2 0 2.67
TELA Bio 0 0 2 0 3.00

Artivion currently has a consensus price target of $27.00, suggesting a potential upside of 37.76%. TELA Bio has a consensus price target of $19.50, suggesting a potential upside of 141.64%. Given TELA Bio’s stronger consensus rating and higher possible upside, analysts clearly believe TELA Bio is more favorable than Artivion.

Institutional and insider ownership

81.0% of Artivion shares are held by institutional investors. 5.6% of Artivion shares are held by insiders. Comparatively, 5.7% of TELA Bio shares are held by insiders. Strong institutional ownership indicates that large fund managers, endowments, and hedge funds believe a stock is poised for long-term growth.

Profitability

This table compares the net margins, return on equity and return on assets of Artivion and TELA Bio.

Net margins Return on equity return on assets
Artivion -4.95% 3.08% 1.16%
TELA Bio -113.15% -155.13% -55.28%

Summary

Artivion beats TELA Bio on 7 of the 13 factors compared between the two stocks.

About Artivion

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Artivion Inc. manufactures, processes and distributes medical devices and implantable human tissues worldwide. The Company offers BioGlue, a polymer composed of bovine blood proteins and a protein cross-linking agent for cardiac, vascular, neurological and pulmonary procedures; cardiac preservation services; PhotoFix, a bovine pericardial patch; and E-vita Open Plus and E-vita Open Neo. It also provides engineered E-xtra design systems for the treatment of aortic vascular disease; E-nside, a ready-to-use stent for the treatment of thoraco-abdominal disease; E-vita THORACIC 3G for the endovascular treatment of thoracic aortic aneurysms; E-nya, a thoracic stent system for the minimally invasive repair of descending aortic lesions; E-ventus BX, a peripheral balloon-expandable stent graft for endovascular treatment of the renal and pelvic arteries; E-liac to treat aneurysmal iliac arteries and aneurysmal iliac side branches; and E-tegra, an abdominal aortic aneurysm stent system. Additionally, the company offers synthetic vascular grafts for use in open aortic and peripheral vascular surgical procedures; PerClot, an absorbable powder hemostat for use in surgical procedures; cardiac laser therapy products for the treatment of angina pectoris; CryoVein Femoral Vein and CryoArtery Femoral Artery Vascular Preservation Services; On-X aortic and mitral heart valve prostheses and the On-X ascending aortic prosthesis; CarbonAid CO2 diffusion catheters and Chord-X ePTFE sutures for mitral cord replacement; and ascyrus medical dissection stents, as well as pyrolytic carbon coating services to medical device manufacturers. It serves physicians, hospitals and other healthcare facilities, as well as cardiac, vascular, thoracic and general surgeons. The company was formerly known as CryoLife, Inc. and changed its name to Artivion Inc. in January 2022. The company was founded in 1984 and is headquartered in Kennesaw, Georgia.

About TELA Bio

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TELA Bio, Inc., a commercial-stage medical technology company, is focused on providing soft tissue reconstruction solutions that optimize clinical outcomes by prioritizing the preservation and restoration of patient anatomy. It offers a portfolio of OviTex (OviTex) tissue-enhanced matrix products for hernia repair and abdominal wall reconstruction; and OviTex PRS Reinforced Tissue Matrix to address unmet needs in plastic and reconstructive surgery, as well as OviTex for Laparoscopic and Robotic Procedures, a sterile ovine rumen-derived reinforced tissue matrix with polypropylene fiber for use in laparoscopic surgery and robot-assisted surgical repairs of hernias. The company markets its products through a single direct sales force, primarily in the United States. TELA Bio, Inc. was incorporated in 2012 and is headquartered in Malvern, Pennsylvania.



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OMNI scientist Szewczyk is collaborating on a proposal that could revolutionize space medicine and improve astronaut health https://regbiomed.com/omni-scientist-szewczyk-is-collaborating-on-a-proposal-that-could-revolutionize-space-medicine-and-improve-astronaut-health/ Fri, 29 Jul 2022 15:41:04 +0000 https://regbiomed.com/omni-scientist-szewczyk-is-collaborating-on-a-proposal-that-could-revolutionize-space-medicine-and-improve-astronaut-health/ Often when researching the molecular and biological changes that occur in space, models such as rodents, worms, and yeasts are used to study the effects and consequences of long-duration spaceflight in order to understand how microgravity affects humans in space. However, Nate Szewczyk, Ph.D., of OHIO, and several other researchers around the world have published […]]]>

Often when researching the molecular and biological changes that occur in space, models such as rodents, worms, and yeasts are used to study the effects and consequences of long-duration spaceflight in order to understand how microgravity affects humans in space. However, Nate Szewczyk, Ph.D., of OHIO, and several other researchers around the world have published a paper that proposes a program for the European Space Agency that could potentially revolutionize space medicine by routinely collecting biological samples from astronauts to use them with advanced technologies to understand the effects on their genes, mRNA, proteins and metabolites (commonly referred to as “omics” technologies).

The article, titled “Collection of routine omics is a golden opportunity for European human research in spatial and analog environments”, published in the journal Grounds, details how omics profiling is being designed to transform space medicine and improve occupational health care for astronauts. The paper’s authors anticipate that omics profiling will improve astronaut health and mitigate spaceflight risk, which could increase mission success in more ambitious projects such as trips to Mars. The group of researchers goes on to outline in the article the collaborative steps that should be taken to design a standardized data resource that can be used for years to come as data and science evolve.

“We lobbied for a routine omics collection program to be part of the standard measurement for European Space Agency astronauts,” Szewczyk said. “By collecting and analyzing this data, we have the opportunity to further investigate best practices in personalized medicine for individuals in space.”

A sister study was carried out by NASA in which the organization performed molecular profiling of an individual, which showed that it is possible to use big data approaches to understand the health of astronauts. In the NASA study, they measured how fit the astronaut was before the flight, in flight and after the flight to gather their health information and how it can fluctuate in space. After being able to analyze and see the usefulness of this large dataset, NASA decided to make it a standard approach in the future.

“We took advantage of the fact that NASA adopted this standard practice because we believe it is something that other space agencies need to address to ensure that they find the best approach for the health of their astronauts in space,” Szewczyk added.

One of Szewczyk’s colleagues, Brian Clark, Ph.D., who directs the Ohio Musculoskeletal and Neurological Institute (OMNI) at OHIO, noted “this is an exciting time for the field of astrobiology. For decades we have known that spaceflight poses substantial risks to human health and that the physiological effects of prolonged spaceflight vary greatly from person to person. If you look at ten people who spend six months on the International Space Station, you’ll see drastically different reactions between people when it comes to the amount of muscle and bone loss they experience. Some suffer huge losses while others fare considerably better. The advent of omics technologies is clearly our best bet to understanding what drives this variability and truly advancing personalized space medicine. The insights to be gained from these types of studies extend far beyond the limits of outer space and have implications for mainstream medicine, such as understanding the impact of prolonged disuse that occurs following injury, reconstructive surgery and illness. It’s great to see this call to action and we are extremely proud of Nate’s stature and influence in the field of space medicine.

The team that co-authored the paper is made up of scientists, including Szewczyk, whose work focuses on spatial omics. They are tasked with examining how NASA made the decision to take an omics approach to understanding the molecular and biological impact of astronauts in space and whether this metric is something the European Space Agency should also track.

In addition to identifying whether this practice is beneficial to other space agencies, what types of data to collect, what sampling methods to use and when, they also examine what can be measured by multi-omics approaches, such as that astronaut genomes and what genes are expressed, what metabolites are present, are there changes in proteins, etc.

“Thanks to scientific innovations, instead of measuring patterns and translating that data to humans, we are now able to measure people and look at an individual’s genome and predict if their genome is at risk for cancer. or diabetes, or whether a specific drug may or may not work on them based on their genome,” Szewczyk said. “This is an opportunity to take the same modern molecular medicine approaches and use them on astronauts to identify potential health risks. It is more meaningful than using models and a real opportunity for all space agencies to know and say that the astronauts they send into space are and will be safe.

In addition to providing insight into how routine omics collection can improve astronaut health, the research team also assesses ethical and legal considerations relevant to omics data from European astronauts and space travel participants. spaceflight, with the aim of creating a political landscape where data can be as open as possible to maximize scientific potential but as closed as necessary to protect data subjects.

Szewczyk is a Ralph S. Licklider Osteopathic Heritage Foundation, DO Endowed Professor of Molecular Medicine and Principal Investigator of the Ohio Musculoskeletal and Neurological Institute at the Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine. He’s flown worms in space before, analyzing what changed in them in space and comparing gene expressions in space with rodents and astronauts, looking for commonalities in the change like proteins that allow muscles to function and the proteins that allow cells to produce energy. He is currently tracking findings from those past flights on two new surveys that are due to travel to the International Space Station in the coming years.

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Polio case detected in New York, first case in the United States since 2013 https://regbiomed.com/polio-case-detected-in-new-york-first-case-in-the-united-states-since-2013/ Mon, 25 Jul 2022 21:24:00 +0000 https://regbiomed.com/polio-case-detected-in-new-york-first-case-in-the-united-states-since-2013/ An adult with polio is the first person to be diagnosed with the disease in the United States since 2013. The man developed paralysis. Experts say the disease is transmitted orally through saliva or feces Last week, the New York Department of Health (NYDOH) announced that an unvaccinated young adult in New York had recently […]]]>

  • An adult with polio is the first person to be diagnosed with the disease in the United States since 2013.
  • The man developed paralysis.
  • Experts say the disease is transmitted orally through saliva or feces

Last week, the New York Department of Health (NYDOH) announced that an unvaccinated young adult in New York had recently contracted poliomyelitis.

According to health officials, this is the first recorded case in the United States since 2013.

They also say the patient, from Rockland County, NY, developed paralysis after symptoms began about a month ago and had not recently traveled outside the country.

The NYSDOH confirmed that it is coordinating with the Rockland County Health Department and the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (NYCDOHMH) to continue investigating the cases, ” respond proactively” and protect communities from the spread of disease by urging vaccination.

State Health Commissioner Dr. Mary T. Bassett said in a statement that the Department of Health strongly recommends that anyone who has not been vaccinated gets the polio shot as soon as possible.

“The polio vaccine is safe and effective, protecting against this potentially debilitating disease,” she continued. “And it’s part of the backbone of required routine childhood immunizations recommended by health officials and public health agencies nationwide.”

The polio vaccine is included in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) standard childhood immunization schedule and part of the mandatory school vaccination schedule for all children.

However, NYSDOH is warning Rockland County residents that unvaccinated people, including those who are pregnant, have not yet completed their series of polio vaccines, or community members concerned they may have been exposed. , should be vaccinated.

They add that people already vaccinated but at risk of exposure should receive a booster shot.

Given the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it’s understandable to be concerned.

However, Theodore Strange, MD, associate chair of medicine, University Hospital of Staten Island, Staten Island, New York, said the disease is not transmitted in the same way.

“In the 1940s there was a pandemic in children, transmitted by what we call the fecal-oral route,” he explained. “It’s not something that spreads like COVID, a respiratory virus, in other words if you sneeze.”

Strange mentioned the March of Dimes campaign of the late 1930s and into the 1940s, which involved contributing a penny to eradicate polio until vaccines were available.

There are two different types of vaccines: one that may contain live attenuated virus, which is oral poliomyelitis virus, and the other with inactivated virus given by injection.

Since 2000, the only type of polio vaccine administered in the United States is type with an inactivated virus.

“About three-quarters of infected patients will show no symptoms,” said Charles Bailey, MD, medical director of infection control at Providence St. Joseph and Providence Mission Hospital in Orange County, California.

Bailey said the remaining quarter may experience “transient flu-like symptoms” which include:

  • Fever
  • Headache
  • Fatigue
  • Stomach ache
  • Sore throat

“A much smaller number, [much less than] 1 in 100 will have neurological symptoms such as weakness or paralysis,” he said. “These most serious cases [may have] mortality up to 10 percent.

“Children under the age of 5 are the greatest risk group,” said Regine Cherazard, MD, internal medicine specialist and residency program director at Long Island Jewish Forest Hills in Queens. “However, anyone who is not vaccinated can become infected.”

Cherazard said there is still no cure and treatment is simply to treat the symptoms. Prevention is therefore the best strategy.

“Supportive treatment may include pain management, physiotherapy, close monitoring of vital signs, and mechanical ventilation for respiratory failure,” she said.

Strange said that due to our country’s vaccination program, this is likely an isolated case – but warned that unvaccinated individuals or groups are still at risk.

Pockets of unvaccinated people due to shared beliefs, religious or otherwise, can mean that the whole community is at greater risk of an outbreak.

NYDOH has confirmed that the type of poliomyelitis identified is a revertant poliomyelitis Sabin virus type 2, indicating that it was from a person who received the oral polio vaccine, which contains live but weakened poliovirus. This is no longer given in the United States and is used in other countries where medical care may be scarce. Since it is an oral vaccine, it can be administered by volunteers rather than by a doctor.

In rare cases, the vaccine can lead to a case of poliomyelitis, but in general children are much less likely to get sick from the vaccine than from the virus.

“Obviously they will continue to monitor this based on epidemiological surveillance,” Strange said.

Rockland County, NY, health officials have identified the first US case of polio infection since 2013.

Experts say the disease is transmitted orally through saliva or feces and that unvaccinated people and unvaccinated people under five are most at risk.

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Fitz Beauty Bar offers 3D tattoo for breast cancer patients https://regbiomed.com/fitz-beauty-bar-offers-3d-tattoo-for-breast-cancer-patients/ Sun, 24 Jul 2022 05:25:36 +0000 https://regbiomed.com/fitz-beauty-bar-offers-3d-tattoo-for-breast-cancer-patients/ Tara Fitzgerald | Photo provided What started as tattooing eyebrows on cancer patients in 2018 has grown into something bigger for Tara Fitzgerald. She is the owner and cosmetic/medical tattoo artist of Ms. Fitz Beauty Bar, and earlier this year she completed AreolaPro tattoo training with one of the UK’s award-winning tattoo artists. So, in […]]]>

Tara Fitzgerald | Photo provided

What started as tattooing eyebrows on cancer patients in 2018 has grown into something bigger for Tara Fitzgerald. She is the owner and cosmetic/medical tattoo artist of Ms. Fitz Beauty Bar, and earlier this year she completed AreolaPro tattoo training with one of the UK’s award-winning tattoo artists.

So, in addition to promoting confidence through a variety of services at the Beauty Bar, Fitzgerald has expanded its offering to now include 3D nipple tattooing for breast cancer patients.

In 2018, she launched a program called “Pay with a Smile”.

“This program allowed cancer survivors to come and get their eyebrows tattooed for free,” Fitzgerald said. “Many of them had lost all of their eyebrow hairs due to chemo. My time spent with these clients is really what sparked my interest in 3D areola tattooing. Their stories moved me and I wanted to be able to help put the pieces back together for them.

The full-service beauty bar offers a variety of services, including permanent brows, eyeliner and lips, massage, esthetics, dermal filler, Botox, hair services, and bridal services.

Fitzgerald received her initial certification in permanent makeup in 2017, then continued to improve her skills at the world-renowned Beau Institute in Mount Laurel, New Jersey, followed by another course at Girlz Ink in Las Vegas Nevada.

She is currently taking referrals from Janae Kittinger at Owensboro Health Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. She also offers this service to clients privately or in coordination with other surgery centers.

The Beauty Bar is located at 922 Triplett Street. You can also see her work on Facebook at Ms. Fitz Beauty or at msfitzbeauty.com

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Plastic surgery ‘Zoom Boom’ amid pandemic https://regbiomed.com/plastic-surgery-zoom-boom-amid-pandemic/ Fri, 22 Jul 2022 06:28:14 +0000 https://regbiomed.com/plastic-surgery-zoom-boom-amid-pandemic/ While the global Covid-19 pandemic initially crippled elective procedures like cosmetic surgery, the aesthetics industry has rebounded to pre-pandemic levels and continues to soar to even greater heights than before. According to award-winning plastic and reconstructive surgeon, Dr. Brian Monaisa, who says his private practice, Marang Aesthetics, is booming as people find new life and […]]]>

While the global Covid-19 pandemic initially crippled elective procedures like cosmetic surgery, the aesthetics industry has rebounded to pre-pandemic levels and continues to soar to even greater heights than before. According to award-winning plastic and reconstructive surgeon, Dr. Brian Monaisa, who says his private practice, Marang Aesthetics, is booming as people find new life and seek to look their best in an increasingly more digital.

This boom, he says, is not necessarily a reflection on self-confidence or self-esteem: “I think what Covid-19 has done is put an emphasis on life, and on living well; there was so much loss and people stopped putting off the things they were always putting off. People have taken a more immediate approach and are investing more in the things they really want, whether it’s a luxury cruise or plastic surgery. There is a new urgency to live and pursue dreams, goals and happiness.

The Zoom Boom and other trends

Monaisa doesn’t think the pandemic has changed societal perceptions of beauty, but admits the lockdown and work-from-home practices have made people more social media oriented and concerned about how they present themselves online , both personally and professionally.

Because online meetings and digital spaces have become the norm (and perhaps because people have spent far more time staring at their own faces in the corner of their screens), the cosmetics and aesthetics industry has suffered what some professionals have dubbed the “Zoom Boom”, with more clients looking to explore surgical and non-surgical options in their quest for the “perfect Zoom face”, or more realistically, a face that looks equally good on screen than in person.

Monaisa says that in her practice, the change in popularity of certain procedures was evident: “Botox has always been one of the most requested services at Marang Aesthetics; we now see it gaining even more popularity. The procedure, which involves injections into selected areas to reduce the appearance of facial wrinkles, is done primarily in the upper third of the face. “We’ve seen an increase in brow lifts and eye opening procedures like blepharoplasties, which remove excess skin around the eyes and provide a more youthful appearance.”

This eyelid surgery, he says, has always been popular among male executives in their 50s who are at the peak of their careers but are challenged by younger colleagues who view them as old and tired. “Now it’s a way to stay on top of things with remote meetings and digital workspaces, when your face is the only way to express your vitality and relevance,” he explains, adding that for many people, a facial rejuvenation leads to a career rejuvenation. too. “If you feel good about yourself, you are more confident, more expressive and more impactful.”

Skincare treatments such as oxygen facials and microneedling have also grown in popularity, with vitamin C and retinol being the most popular options for a younger, smoother and brighter face with no breakouts or rashes. skin imperfections resulting from the constant wearing of a mask.

Demystify plastic surgery

Social media has, to some extent, helped normalize cosmetic surgery. “People who spent 10 minutes a day on Instagram suddenly spent two hours online and were exposed to accounts of people who had undergone surgery,” he says, adding with a laugh that in the United States, plastic surgeons are considered the best. Instagram rock stars. “They have a massive following and show before and after pictures – of celebrities but also everyday people – and it helps demystify plastic surgery. People who didn’t necessarily think plastic surgery was for them could now see themselves represented and could no longer find a reason not to step into that comfort and bliss.

During the confinement, people also realized that it would be the ideal time to carry out work – in the greatest privacy. “Everyone was isolating and a lot of people realized they had a window where they could transform out of the public eye,” he says. “For those who did not want to disclose their operation, the fact that they could not see their friends and relatives for an extended period was a blessing, as they had time to heal and could attribute the changes in their appearance to a containment exercise. diet or special diet.

Monaisa’s most popular offerings for younger clientele in their mid-30s and 40s are body contouring services. These include breast rejuvenation, breast enhancement, tummy tucks and liposuction. “And of course one of the most popular procedures in the world right now is the Brazilian butt lift,” he says. “The popularity of breast augmentation is fast approaching.”

But, he warns, timing is critical, especially in the context of a global pandemic and the health risks associated with it. A current or past Covid-19 infection increases the risk of blood clots, which could lead to deep vein thrombosis, strokes and heart attacks: “In my practice, whether symptomatic or asymptomatic, I would like the patient is six weeks post-Covid -19 before I even consider them for surgery. This is because of this increased risk of clotting, but also because this clotting effect can also affect wound healing and scarring. I advise my clients to wait even longer than six weeks, as plastic surgery is elective. There is no need to rush, especially if waiting will yield better results. It’s best to wait and be sure that the time is right and you’ll come out of surgery happy, healthy, and one step closer on your journey to holistic wellness.

What does the “Perfect Zoom Face” look like?

“Many studies have been done and books have been written about what constitutes attractiveness and what characteristics are generally considered attractive. And there is a formula for that – the most beautiful faces, regardless of gender, race and nationality, all have one thing in common, which is that their facial features match the 1:1.1618 ratio known as golden ratio name. People are naturally drawn to images that follow this formula.

Dr. Brian Monaisa says that doesn’t mean people leave his office looking like carbon copies of each other. “If someone comes in for a consultation to improve their face, I would use that existing knowledge to see how I can help bring their features closer to achieving that ratio,” he says. “It’s not about creating clones, but more about using techniques to ensure, for example, that the eyebrow arches perfectly at two-thirds of its length, and it will look different in different people. ”

Achieving this ratio can be achieved through surgical and non-surgical procedures, and can be performed in day procedures at Monaisa’s private practice.

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3D Printed Surgical Models Market Size, Scope, Growth Opportunities, Trends by Manufacturers and Forecast to 2029 – This Is Ardee https://regbiomed.com/3d-printed-surgical-models-market-size-scope-growth-opportunities-trends-by-manufacturers-and-forecast-to-2029-this-is-ardee/ Wed, 20 Jul 2022 07:10:55 +0000 https://regbiomed.com/3d-printed-surgical-models-market-size-scope-growth-opportunities-trends-by-manufacturers-and-forecast-to-2029-this-is-ardee/ New Jersey, United States – The 3D Printed Surgical Models Market research guides new entrants to obtain accurate market data and communicates with customers to learn about their needs and preferences. He identifies direct business opportunities and helps bring new products to market. It identifies opportunities in the market. It aims to make changes in […]]]>

New Jersey, United States – The 3D Printed Surgical Models Market research guides new entrants to obtain accurate market data and communicates with customers to learn about their needs and preferences. He identifies direct business opportunities and helps bring new products to market. It identifies opportunities in the market. It aims to make changes in the business to make business procedures smooth and business moving forward. It helps business players make informed decisions. The 3D Printed Surgical Models market report assists in reducing business risks and provides means for facing upcoming challenges. The market information provided here helps new entrants make informed decisions. It emphasizes on major global regions such as Europe, North America, Asia-Pacific, Middle East, Africa, and Latin America along with their market size .

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Key Players Mentioned in the 3D Printed Surgical Models Market Research Report:

Stratasys Ltd., 3D Systems Lazarus 3D, LLC., Osteo3D, Axial3D, Onkos Surgical, Formlabs, Materialize NV, 3D LifePrints UK Ltd., WhiteClouds Inc.

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Segmentation of the 3D Printed Surgical Models Market:

3D Printed Surgical Models Market, By Specialty

• Heart surgery
• Neurosurgery
• Gastroenterological endoscopy of the esophagus
• Orthopedic surgery
• Surgical oncology
Reconstructive surgery
• Transplant surgery

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Presentation of the report: It includes key 3D Printed Surgical Models Market players covered in research study, research scope, market segments by Type, market segments by Application, years considered for the research study and the objectives of the report.

Global Growth Trends: This section focuses on industry trends where market drivers and key market trends are shed light on. It also provides growth rates of major producers operating in the 3D Printed Surgical Models market. Further, it offers production and capacity analysis where marketing price trends, capacity, production, and production value of the 3D Printed Surgical Models market are discussed.

Market Share by Manufacturers: Here, the report provides details about manufacturers’ revenue, production and capacity by manufacturers, prices by manufacturers, expansion plans, mergers and acquisitions and products, market entry dates, distribution and market areas of major manufacturers.

Market Size by Type: This section focuses on the product type segments where production value market share, price and production market share by product type are discussed.

Market Size by Application: Besides an overview of the 3D Printed Surgical Models market by application, it gives a study of the consumption in the 3D Printed Surgical Models market by application.

Production by region: Here, production value growth rate, production growth rate, import and export, and key players in each regional market are provided.

Consumption by region: This section provides information on consumption in each regional market studied in the report. Consumption is discussed according to country, application and product type.

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Global Near Infrared Imaging Market Improvements and Growth Outlook 2026 | Li-Cor, Inc., Medtronic plc., PerkinElmer Inc. https://regbiomed.com/global-near-infrared-imaging-market-improvements-and-growth-outlook-2026-li-cor-inc-medtronic-plc-perkinelmer-inc/ Mon, 18 Jul 2022 05:15:00 +0000 https://regbiomed.com/global-near-infrared-imaging-market-improvements-and-growth-outlook-2026-li-cor-inc-medtronic-plc-perkinelmer-inc/ Near Infrared Imaging Market The report offers a study of key impacting factors and competitive intelligence based on the top 10 investment pockets influencing market growth. PORTLAND, OREGON, USA, July 18, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Near-infrared imaging uses light between 650 and 950 nm to detect any changes, lesions, or diseases. It is a powerful diagnostic […]]]>

Near Infrared Imaging Market

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PORTLAND, OREGON, USA, July 18, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Near-infrared imaging uses light between 650 and 950 nm to detect any changes, lesions, or diseases. It is a powerful diagnostic tool for minimally invasive and non-invasive tissue imaging methods. NIR is not well absorbed by blood or water, which are the main constituents of tissues, thus increasing light changes for internal structures.

The report offers an in-depth analysis of major investment pockets, market trends, and key market players that can help new market entrants develop lucrative strategies and make informed decisions. The report offers a study of key impacting factors and competitive intelligence based on the top 10 investment pockets influencing market growth.

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According to the report “Near Infrared Imaging Market: Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2018-2026”, published by Allied Market Research, the near infrared imaging market was worth $271 million in 2018 and is expected to reach $375 million in 2018. by 2026, recording a CAGR of 4.1% from 2019 to 2026.

Increase in the number of surgeries worldwide, including cancer surgery, gastrointestinal surgery and cardiovascular surgery, plastic/reconstructive surgery and targeted diseases such as lung cancer, breast cancer, colon cancer and prostate cancer; And the increasing prevalence of chronic diseases and neurological disorders are factors driving the growth of the near infrared imaging market.

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Major players operating in the market are Carl Zeiss AG, Danaher Corporation (Leica Microsystems), Hamamatsu Photonics KK, Karl Storz SE & Co. KG, Li-Cor, Inc., Medtronic plc., PerkinElmer Inc., Quest Innovations BV ( Quest Medical Imaging BV), Shimadzu Corporation and Stryker Corporation.

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The Near Infrared Imaging market is segmented on the basis of product, application, indication, end-user, and region to provide a detailed assessment of the market. On the basis of product, the market is divided into near-infrared fluorescence imaging systems and near-infrared fluorescence and bioluminescence imaging systems. Near-infrared fluorescence imaging systems have acquired most of the near-infrared imaging market due to their application in surgeries such as cancer surgery, plastic surgery, and other surgeries. Additionally, increasing number of surgeries being performed for cancer is another factor driving the growth of the market. These systems are also used in the diagnosis of cancers such as breast cancer. Hence, these factors are contributing to the growth of the near infrared imaging market.

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• Near-infrared fluorescence imaging systems occupied 92.79% of the global near-infrared imaging market in 2018
• Medical imaging segment expected to grow with the highest CAGR throughout the forecast period
• The cardiovascular surgery segment represented 10.23% market share in 2018
• Asia-Pacific is expected to experience the highest growth over the analysis period, followed by LAMEA.

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AO Trauma blended course on “Fracture Management Basics” begins in Mysuru https://regbiomed.com/ao-trauma-blended-course-on-fracture-management-basics-begins-in-mysuru/ Sat, 16 Jul 2022 13:23:11 +0000 https://regbiomed.com/ao-trauma-blended-course-on-fracture-management-basics-begins-in-mysuru/ Renowned orthopedic surgeon Dr. N. Nithyanand Rao oversees the 3-day event in the city as co-chair Mysore/Mysore: The three-day blended AO Trauma Course on “Basic Principles of Fracture Management” has started simultaneously in four locations across India, including Mysuru. Post MS and DNB orthopedic surgeons from different states are participating in the program which is […]]]>

Renowned orthopedic surgeon Dr. N. Nithyanand Rao oversees the 3-day event in the city as co-chair

Mysore/Mysore: The three-day blended AO Trauma Course on “Basic Principles of Fracture Management” has started simultaneously in four locations across India, including Mysuru.

Post MS and DNB orthopedic surgeons from different states are participating in the program which is being held in two groups at four sites – Dehradun, Ranchi, Kolhapur and Mysuru – from July 15 to July 17.

Renowned city orthopedist Dr. N. Nithyanand Rao of ‘Nischira’ is the co-chair of this blended course which is held at the Jyothi Hall of the Southern Star Hotel on Vinobha Road, Mysuru.

Dr. Sudhir Kumar from Shree Jagannath Hospital & Research Center, Ranchi is the chairman while Dr. Vidisha Kulkarni from GSK Ortho Hospital, Kolhapur and Dr. Sudhir Kumar Garg from Government Medical College & Hospital, Dehradun are the other two co-chairmen. This mixed course is followed and structured from AO Switzerland.

The AO (Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Osteosynthesefragen) or Association for the Study of Internal Fixation (ASIF) was established by a group of Swiss general and orthopedic surgeons in 1958 to strive to transform contemporary fracture treatment in Switzerland .

Zoom online talks and teachings for three consecutive weekends have been held in the four centers across the country since last month and now they are being held again in Mysuru, Dehradun, Ranchi and Kolhapur. The course includes lectures, bone model workshops and intense interactive sessions.

The AO spends 60% of its funds for this education worldwide and the teachers of the current course are experienced surgeons from Manipal, Mangaluru and Bengaluru.

Course objective: It teaches the fundamental principles and current concepts of the treatment of injuries, incorporating the latest techniques in the operative management of fractures. The Basic Principles of AO Trauma course is the first step on the path to lifelong learning in the field of operative fracture management and the primary focus of this course lies in the principles basics of fracture management.

Dr. N. Nithyanand Rao addressing the participants.

Target audience: Physicians in surgical training, but is also open to those wishing to deepen their knowledge and skills in the operative management of fractures.

This mixed course is composed of an online part and a face-to-face part (F2F). The online portion starts 3 weeks before the F2F event and each week consists of 2 distance learning modules followed by a synchronous online small group case discussion. Participants must complete the online component before taking the face-to-face course.

At the end of this course, participants will be able to discuss the concepts of stability, their influence on bone healing and how to apply implants to achieve appropriate stability; Plan treatment based on assessment, imaging, classification and decision making; Apply reduction techniques in the management of fractures paying attention to the importance of soft tissues; Evaluate and recognize particular problems related to immature skeletal fractures, pelvic injuries, osteoporotic fractures, postoperative infections and delayed union and/or non-union, among others.

AO is the leading innovator in the surgical treatment of fractures and bone disorders. Innovation at AO spans from the bench to the bedside, including basic research, product development, clinical validation and valorization. Today, AO has a global network of over 4,60,000 healthcare professionals. Each year, AO offers more than 775 educational events around the world, supported by nearly 7,000 faculty and attended by more than 98,000 participants. It has approximately 18,500 surgeon-members working in the fields of trauma, spine, craniomaxillofacial, veterinary and reconstructive surgery.

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Body contouring: Men and women are shelling out extra dollars to stay in shape https://regbiomed.com/body-contouring-men-and-women-are-shelling-out-extra-dollars-to-stay-in-shape/ Thu, 14 Jul 2022 22:10:29 +0000 https://regbiomed.com/body-contouring-men-and-women-are-shelling-out-extra-dollars-to-stay-in-shape/ There might be a forty-seven-year-old man somewhere in the world who followed a restricted diet and strict exercise program for a few years to get that beautiful body. The stubborn fat in their thighs and buttocks refused to go away despite their best efforts. These charming little dresses had been a dream come true for […]]]>

There might be a forty-seven-year-old man somewhere in the world who followed a restricted diet and strict exercise program for a few years to get that beautiful body. The stubborn fat in their thighs and buttocks refused to go away despite their best efforts. These charming little dresses had been a dream come true for them until the day they decided to do away with body contouring. It is no longer fashionable to train at the gym and avoid desserts to lose weight and fat. People are now choosing a faster, more technologically advanced way to get a perfect ten – the body contour – and spending a little extra money isn’t a huge problem anymore. Body contouring is a surgical procedure that involves removing excess skin and fat cells from the body to alter its shape. According to surgeons and cosmetic clinics that offer these procedures, tummy tucks, love handle removal, and arm lifts are popular body contouring procedures.

The ratio of men to women who get body contoured is 35:65. Lopez completed her training in general surgery at Misericordia Hospital and her research internship in plastic and reconstructive surgery at Casa de Portugal Hospital in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Dr. Fuentes’ specializations include body contouring, facial rejuvenation, and post-bariatric surgery. To deliver the most outstanding results to his patients, he has a team of professionals with high ethical standards and state-of-the-art medical technology – lipo vaser, microair and J plasma devices and systems. Additionally, Fuentes, who goes by the handle @drluisfuenteslopez on Instagram, is always active in publicizing body sculpting treatments.

Body fat is stubborn in specific regions and does not go away despite exercise and following diets; therefore, patients resort to operations such as body contouring. It’s not always about looks, anyway. Such procedures are just necessary for some people, perhaps to correct posture. Abdominoplasty, sagging and butt lift, and removal of love handles and double chin are the most common procedures for women. Correction of gynecomastia is the procedure for men. The boost in confidence and morale that young men experience after treatment (gynecomastia repair) is amazing. Body contouring can be done surgically or not, and both procedures are becoming increasingly popular. During surgery, lipolytic solutions are used to reduce the number of fat cells in a given location and then removed. Additional treatments such as tummy tucks eliminate sagging skin. Additionally, thigh lifts, buttock lifts, arm lifts and other body contouring procedures are available. A fat transfer is the third type of surgery in which fat from one part of the body is transferred to another part of the body where volume is needed.

Clients appreciate Dr. Fuentes’ abilities and aesthetic vision. His specializations include tummy tucks, liposculpture, bbl.-Brazilian buttock lift, reconstructive surgery, rhinoplasty and facial surgery. You don’t have to settle for what you have when you can do better. Dr. Fuentes believes that plastic surgery can enhance this attractiveness as every human body is beautiful. Body sculpting has various advantages. It’s no surprise that so many people have chosen this method for their weight loss goals, with benefits ranging from fat loss and reduced belly fat to improved self-esteem through improved appearance. thinner. Fat reduction operations are not just for people who have lost weight. They might be a good option for people looking to take a few inches off their thighs, stomach, or waist. Body contouring improves the shape of the underlying support tissue and provides more pleasing contours and a better proportioned body by eliminating extra pockets of fat and loose skin. We can easily assume that body contouring is popular as the market for the procedure is expected to reach $1.1 billion by 2022. More and more people are opting for non-invasive and minimally invasive fat loss procedures to to minimize side effects, pain and recovery. time while achieving quick results with minimal effort.

Liposuction is a cosmetic operation that removes fat that does not go away despite diet and exercise. A plastic surgeon or dermatologist performs the surgery to improve the shape of your hips, stomach, thighs, buttocks, back, arms, and under your chin or face. However, liposuction can be combined with other cosmetic procedures such as facelifts and tummy tucks. It is the treatment of choice for those who want to get rid of large pockets of fat or who are unhappy with the results of non-invasive body contouring procedures. One of the most frequently asked questions is whether the results of liposuction are permanent. During liposuction, fat cells are permanently eliminated. However, you could regain weight by forming new fat cells in various parts of your body. Eat a diet high in lean protein, fruits and vegetables, healthy grains, and low-fat dairy products to maintain your new shape after surgery. Also, be sure to exercise regularly.

“For me, every human body is like a beautiful painting on a canvas that can be modified to appear even bigger. It is a privilege and an immense satisfaction to create the best version for each patient, which I do with great dedication. care and respect, hoping that each patient has realistic expectations about their appearance.

Dr. Fuentes describes himself as a happy person who is dedicated to his work and recognizes the importance of feeling safe and content with his appearance in the mirror. Is body contouring treatment effective? It’s a question everyone asks. The type of body sculpting treatment determines the answer to this question. Several human studies have shown that the body contouring procedure effectively removes fat cells and cellulite and reduces recurrence. Your body shape and tone will improve whether you use cold or heat, ultrasound or radio frequency treatments. You will generally need two to four sessions, depending on your morphology and the area you wish to treat.

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