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Novo laboratório para calibração - Labprosaud/IFBA
 
"O IFBA vem, desde 2002, através do Núcleo de Tecnologia em Saúde (NTS) e do seu Laboratório de Física Radiológica (LAFIR), desenvolvendo diversas ações no campo da Física Médica, principalmente voltadas para o fortalecimento do campo da Vigilância Sanitária. Um dos nossos objetivos principais é robustecer e qualificar a regulação/fiscalização nos serviços de radiologia diagnóstica e intervencionista. Nesse período, verificamos que entre as principais necessidades da área encontram-se a possibilidade de agendamento das calibrações em prazos menores e de realiza-las em um único laboratório. Assim, com o objetivo de aumentar a capacidade brasileira de calibração em radiodiagnóstico e disponibilizar um laboratório com possibilidade de calibração de todas as grandezas relacionadas à radiologia diagnóstica e intervencionista, estruturamos o Labprosaud/IFBA, cujas atividades de calibração já foram iniciadas. A estrutura do laboratório e os serviços disponíveis podem ser identificados e acessados diretamente no nosso site http://www.labprosaud.ifba.edu.br que convidamos a realizar uma visita. Contatos http://www.labprosaud.ifba.edu.br" [+ leia mais]
Colaborador: Walmoli Gerber Jr.
Fonte: ABFM
 
 
Robot-Assisted Fiberoptic Intubation
 
We recently reported on remotely-performed nerve blocks utilizing a surgical robotic system. [+ leia mais]
Colaborador: Guilherme Agreli
Fonte: Med Gadget
 
 
Induction Powered Wireless Cardiac Pressure Sensor
 
Engineers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Microelectronic Circuits and Systems have developed an implantable sensor that supposedly can measure intracardiac pressures. [+ leia mais]
Colaborador: Guilherme Agreli
Fonte: Med Gadget
 
 
Reverse Force Wheelchair Utilizes Muscle Use
 
The Create the Future Design Contest has unveiled its winners and the grand prize goes to Salim Nasser out of Florida who designed and built a mechanism to modify wheelchairs to operate by pulling action rather than by pushing. [+ leia mais]
Colaborador: Guilherme Agreli
Fonte: Med Gadget
 
 
Neurons Pinned Down Using Nanopillar Arrays
 
Cultured neuronal networks can be hard to study because of migration of individual neurons within the network over time. [+ leia mais]
Colaborador: Guilherme Agreli
Fonte: MedGadget
 
 
Nano-CT Resolves Fine, Structural Detail of Bones
 
A letter published in the current issue of Nature describes the use of a ptychographic coherent approach in CT imaging to resolve nanoscale structures. [+ leia mais]
Colaborador: Guilherme Agreli
Fonte: Med Gadget
 
 
Human Connectome Project Starts Mapping the Human Brain´s Connections
 
The Human Connectome Project intends to map the neural pathways that underlie human brain function. [+ leia mais]
Colaborador: Guilherme Agreli
Fonte: Med Gadget
 
 
"Mechanically Confined" Glucose BioFuel Cell Implanted in Rats
 
Although many have attempted to find a way to draw power from the human body to deliver energy to implanted devices, none have succeeded in delivering enough energy to do anything meaningful. [+ leia mais]
Colaborador: Guilherme Agreli
Fonte: Med Gadget
 
 
Under Development: Robotic Catheter for Atrial Ablation
 
A team of doctors and mechanical engineers from North Carolina State and Duke universities have been working on a computer controlled atrial ablation catheter that can provide greater articulation with increased precision. Plans are in the works to begin surgical evaluations next year, probably in animal models. [+ leia mais]
Colaborador: Guilherme Agreli
Fonte: Med Gadget
 
 
New Research Shows How RNA Passes Through Nucleus Wall
 
Researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine have built a microscope powerful enough to view RNA molecules exiting the nucleus of live cells on their way to make proteins. Previous attempts to view inside the nucleus managed to achieve a 200 nm resolution, but the new technique gets down to 20 nm. [+ leia mais]
Colaborador: Guilherme Agreli
Fonte: Med Gadget
 
 
Titanium Foam as New Material for Implants
 
Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing and Advanced Materials in Dresden have developed a titanium "foam" that may be a better material to use than solid titanium in orthopedic implants. [+ leia mais]
Colaborador: Guilherme Agreli
Fonte: Med Gadget
 
 
Smart Mind-Controlled Wheelchair Sees and Avoids Obstacles
 
While we|ve covered previous attempts at developing mind-controlled wheelchair, this particular wheelchair is unique in that it has on-board cameras which can identify and avoid obstacles without the need for any user intervention. [+ leia mais]
Colaborador: Guilherme Agreli
Fonte: Med Gadget
 
 
Researchers Discover Telomerase-Activating Compound, Hope to Eventually Reverse Aging
 
A collaboration of researchers from Sierra Sciences, TA Sciences, Geron Corporation, PhysioAge, and the Spanish National Cancer Research Center have announced the discovery of a naturally derived compound known as TA-65, which can activate the telomerase gene in humans. [+ leia mais]
Colaborador: Guilherme Agreli
Fonte: Med Gadget
 
 
Developing New Stents Through Computer Modeling of Their Performance
 
The National Science Foundation is profiling cardiac stent research being done by collaborators from University of Houston and University of Zagreb in Croatia. [+ leia mais]
Colaborador: Guilherme Agreli
Fonte: Med Gadget
 
 
LEDs for Multispectral Imaging of the Ocular Fundus
 
Researchers at the University College London have developed a method to acquire multispectral images of the ocular fundus using LED illumination and a high-sensitivity CCD camera. [+ leia mais]
Colaborador: Guilherme Agreli
Fonte: Med Gadget
 
 
UCSF´s Artificial Kidney Protoype Unveiled
 
End stage renal disease is a devastating condition in which dialysis may help prolong life, but the only real cure is a kidney transplant. [+ leia mais]
Colaborador: Guilherme Agreli
Fonte: Med Gadget
 
 
Magnetically Guided Drugs Delivered Precisely to Target Location
 
Researchers at Lund University in Sweden successfully used magnets to guide fibrinolytics (clot dissolving drugs) directly to the site of a thrombus stuck within a coronary stent. [+ leia mais]
Colaborador: Guilherme Agreli
Fonte: Med Gadget
 
 
Surface Promotes Growth of Stem Cells
 
An MIT research team with help from English and Korean scientists have identified a synthetic material that is effective in promoting the growth of pluripotent stem cells on its surface. [+ leia mais]
Colaborador: Guilherme Agreli
Fonte: Med Gadget
 
 
Laser Manufactured Microneedles Deliver Quantum Dots into Skin
 
Researchers at North Carolina State University have created tiny plastic microneedles using which they were able to deliver quantum dots under the skin. [+ leia mais]
Colaborador: Guilherme Agreli
Fonte: Med Gadget
 
 
Non-Viral Gene Therapy Retards Retinal Degeneration
 
In the latest Nature Molecular Therapy a group of researchers from Tufts University is reporting using non-viral gene transfer therapy to deliver a gene that codes for a photoreceptor protecting protein produced in the eye. [+ leia mais]
Colaborador: Guilherme Agreli
Fonte: Med Gadget
 
 
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