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21. Visualization of simulated small vessels on computed tomography using a model-based iterative reconstruction technique Full Text available with Trip Pro

Visualization of simulated small vessels on computed tomography using a model-based iterative reconstruction technique This article describes a quantitative evaluation of visualizing small vessels using several image reconstruction methods in computed tomography. Simulated vessels with diameters of 1-6 mm made by 3D printer was scanned using 320-row detector computed tomography (CT). Hybrid iterative reconstruction (hybrid IR) and model-based iterative reconstruction (MBIR) were performed

2017 Data in brief

22. The Effect of Printing Layer Thickness on the Accuracy of Computer Aided Surgical Guides

The Effect of Printing Layer Thickness on the Accuracy of Computer Aided Surgical Guides The Effect of Printing Layer Thickness on the Accuracy of Computer Aided Surgical Guides - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies (...) before adding more. The Effect of Printing Layer Thickness on the Accuracy of Computer Aided Surgical Guides The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. Read our for details. ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT03025243 Recruitment Status : Unknown Verified January 2017 by Amr Mohamed Ahmed Hanafy, Cairo University. Recruitment status was: Not yet

2017 Clinical Trials

23. Computer-guided Versus Free- Hand Immediate Implant Placement

: Esthetic Outcome of Computer-guided Versus Free- Hand Immediate Implant Placement in Fresh Extraction Sockets in Esthetic Zone, a Randomized Clinical Trial. Estimated Study Start Date : February 15, 2018 Estimated Primary Completion Date : September 1, 2019 Estimated Study Completion Date : March 1, 2020 Arms and Interventions Go to Arm Intervention/treatment Experimental: computer guided placement In the test group, the computer guided surgical guide manufactured using zenith 3D printer (Dentis, Daegu (...) Computer-guided Versus Free- Hand Immediate Implant Placement Computer-guided Versus Free- Hand Immediate Implant Placement - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies before adding more. Computer-guided Versus Free- Hand

2017 Clinical Trials

24. New Technique for Developing a Proton Range Compensator With Use of a 3-Dimensional Printer. (Abstract)

New Technique for Developing a Proton Range Compensator With Use of a 3-Dimensional Printer. A new system for manufacturing a proton range compensator (RC) was developed by using a 3-dimensional printer (3DP). The physical accuracy and dosimetric characteristics of the new RC manufactured by 3DP (RC_3DP) were compared with those of a conventional RC (RC_CMM) manufactured by a computerized milling machine (CMM).An RC for brain tumor treatment with a scattered proton beam was calculated (...) of distal dose falloff at the central axis and field width of the dose profile at the midline depth of spread-out Bragg peak were measured for the 2 RCs to evaluate their dosimetric characteristics. Both RCs were imaged on a computed tomography scanner to evaluate uniformity of internal density. The manufacturing times for both RCs were compared to evaluate the production efficiency.The pass rates for the CA test were 99.5% and 92.5% for RC_3DP and RC_CMM, respectively. There was no significant

2013 Biology and Physics

25. Analysis of 3D Prints by X-ray Computed Microtomography and Terahertz Pulsed Imaging Full Text available with Trip Pro

Analysis of 3D Prints by X-ray Computed Microtomography and Terahertz Pulsed Imaging A 3D printer was used to realise compartmental dosage forms containing multiple active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) formulations. This work demonstrates the microstructural characterisation of 3D printed solid dosage forms using X-ray computed microtomography (XμCT) and terahertz pulsed imaging (TPI).Printing was performed with either polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) or polylactic acid (PLA). The structures were (...) and TPI on the basis of the computer-aided design (CAD) models of the dosage form (compartmentalised PVA structures were 7.5 ± 0.75% larger than designed; n = 3).The 3D printer can reproduce specific structures very accurately, whereas the 3D prints can deviate from the designed model. The microstructural information extracted by XμCT and TPI will assist to gain a better understanding about the performance of 3D printed dosage forms.

2016 Pharmaceutical research

26. Mechanical Modeling of the Human Cricoid Cartilage Using Computer-Aided Design: Applications in Airway Balloon Dilation Research. (Abstract)

Mechanical Modeling of the Human Cricoid Cartilage Using Computer-Aided Design: Applications in Airway Balloon Dilation Research. Balloon dilation is generally considered first-line treatment for airway stenosis. Some dilation systems utilize a compliant balloon that can conform around rigid structures. Others use a noncompliant balloon that does not conform, allowing for dilation of more rigid stenoses. We hypothesized that subglottic dilation with a noncompliant balloon increases (...) the likelihood of fracture of the cricoid when compared to a compliant balloon.Three fresh human cricoid cartilages were placed in a universal testing system to determine the expansile force necessary for cricoid fracture. Using these data, a 3D printer was used to construct a synthetic cricoid model possessing near identical physical characteristics to the human cricoid. Simulated dilation was then performed on the model using a compliant and a noncompliant balloon.Human cricoid fracture occurred at 97.25 N

2015 Rhinology and Laryngology

27. Sibilant /s/ Simulator Based on Computed Tomography Images and Dental Casts. (Abstract)

Sibilant /s/ Simulator Based on Computed Tomography Images and Dental Casts. The sibilant /s/ is produced by raising the tongue against the roof of the mouth to form a narrow constriction, which is adjusted so that the airstream emerging from it impinges on the incisors. However, the location where the sibilant sound occurs is unclear, as are the details of the mechanisms of its generation. In this study, we used a realistically shaped replica produced with a three-dimensional printer

2013 Journal of Dental Research

28. Computer-assisted mosaic arthroplasty using patient-specific instrument guides. (Abstract)

was planned on the computer. Instrument guides were manufactured in thermoplastic on a 3D printer; the bottom surface of the guides fit to the contour of the knee and the top surface contained holes to precisely position the surgical instruments. The instrument guides were used on a young female patient to repair a large articular cartilage defect in the left knee.The patient showed an increased range of motion in the knee and also a decrease in pain and discomfort at her 2-year follow-up. A CT arthrogram (...) Computer-assisted mosaic arthroplasty using patient-specific instrument guides. Success of mosaic arthroplasty requires that the transplanted plugs be positioned to reconstruct the curvature and height of the original articular surface. This case report demonstrates how to achieve correct plug positioning using patient-specific instrument guides manufactured on a 3D printer.Using a 3D computer model of bone and cartilage, the harvesting of plugs and their placement at the defect site

2012 Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy

29. Implementation of a British computer system for laboratory data handling Full Text available with Trip Pro

Implementation of a British computer system for laboratory data handling This paper describes the development and implementation of a small real-time British computer system for the handling of patient and test result data in the chemical pathology laboratories of the King's Health District (Teaching). Work destined for subsequent reporting by the computer system is entered by continuous on-line teletype. Test result data from multichannel analyzers are input using an on-line trace reader (...) . Cumulative reports are printed both by line printer at the central laboratory and by on-line teletypes at two peripheral hospital laboratories. In a working day over 4000 new items of data are generated and 300-500 reports printed. The use of a trace reader as an inputing device and the method of employing a high capacity disk to give both speed of operation and limited archive facility are discussed.

1974 Journal of Clinical Pathology

30. RAPID ANALYSIS OF ECHOCARDIOGRAPHIC DATA AND TWO-DIMENSIONAL IMAGES WITH A MINI-COMPUTER BASED SYSTEM Full Text available with Trip Pro

RAPID ANALYSIS OF ECHOCARDIOGRAPHIC DATA AND TWO-DIMENSIONAL IMAGES WITH A MINI-COMPUTER BASED SYSTEM This study evaluates a mini-computer based system (ECHO-COMP(*)) for analyzing echocardiographic and cineangiographic data. The system consists of a programmed 16-bit mini-computer, a digitizer and a printer. Any M-mode echocardiographic recording or two-dimensional image can be analyzed with a minimal number of operator controls, and large quantities of data can be processed with statistical

1978 Cardiovascular diseases

31. Genome-Wide Sequencing for Unexplained Developmental Disabilities or Multiple Congenital Anomalies

. 15 Further, bioinformatic tools used to manage the data and to help filter and sort variants are based on imperfect databases and therefore comprise imperfect algorithms that are constantly being improved upon as new knowledge is added. 13 Analysis of an individual genome requires considerable computing power and electronic storage space that is not necessarily feasible for any single entity to support; thus networks of national and international groups are forming to share best practices

2020 Health Quality Ontario

36. 5-Aminolevulinic Acid Hydrochloride (5-ALA)–Guided Surgical Resection of High-Grade Gliomas

craniotomy and surgical resection rely on white-light microscopy (surgery with a standard operating microscope under white light) in combination with neuronavigation— an intraoperative, computer-assisted navigation system that helps visually guide surgical March 2020 Ontario Health Technology Assessment Series; Vol. 20: No. 9, pp. 1–92, March 2020 12 instruments within the skull based on preoperative MRI imaging data. 21,22 Neuronavigation systems are primarily used to identify the site of craniotomy

2020 Health Quality Ontario

38. Point-of-care creatinine tests before contrast-enhanced imaging

StatSensor £4,995 Includes docking station, mains power lead, spare battery, network cable and workstation £3.95 Quality-control agent level 1, 4-ml vial (need 4 per year): £9.00 Quality-control agent level 3, 4-ml vial (need 4 per year): £9.00 Service cost after year 1: £800 (optional cost) i-STAT 1 £5,500 Includes handheld analyser, printer kit, downloader/rechargeable battery, electronic simulator and cables £3.75–£4.75 Depends on volume of use Service cost per year (first year free): £850 (optional (...) cost) Quality-control agent unknown i-STAT Alinity £6,500 Includes handheld analyser, printer kit, downloader/rechargeable battery, electronic simulator and cables £3.75–£4.75 Depends on volume of use Service cost per year (first year free): £850 (optional cost) Quality-control agent unknown ABL90 FLEX PLUS £10,000 Includes power cord £1.83 (based on 15 tests per day for 365 days) Quality-control agent unknown Point-of-care creatinine tests before contrast-enhanced imaging (MIB136) © NICE 2018. All

2018 National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence - Advice

39. The use of statins in the primary prevention of cardiovascular disease: an online tool for shared-decision making

: Cardiovascular Diseases; Decision Making, Computer-Assisted; Hydroxymethylglutaryl-CoA Reductase Inhibitors; Primary prevention NLM Classification: WG 120 Language: English Format: Adobe® PDF™ (A4) Legal depot: D/2019/10.273/71 ISSN: 2466-6459 Copyright: KCE reports are published under a “by/nc/nd” Creative Commons Licence http://kce.fgov.be/content/about-copyrights-for-kce-publications. How to refer to this document? De Meester C, Rondia K, Goorden T, Janssens S, Steyaert P, De Laet, C, Albertijn M, Kohn L (...) preserved 2019-06-05 10:19:00 +0200 [KCESTAT-94] #close #comment added page-break element to print 2019-06-04 17:22:50 +0200 Styling risk-factor 2019-06-04 15:34:33 +0200 [KCESTAT-82] #close #comment titles on langSelect 2019-06-04 14:45:43 +0200 Even more PDF styling 2019-06-04 12:48:51 +0200 [KCESTAT-85][KCESTAT-86] #close 2019-06-04 11:08:44 +0200 Print-functions, printer helper 2019-06-03 22:28:55 +0200 Conflict fixes processForm 2019-06-03 22:19:27 +0200 Fix for layout issues 2019-06-03 21:32:12

2020 Belgian Health Care Knowledge Centre

40. Reducing costs in hospitals

had been running 24/7 ? $70,000 annual savings from upgrading old water chillers to energy-efficient models ? $165,000 annual savings from automatic computer shut- off routines in the evenings By October 2014, Gundersen Health Systems, became the first U.S. health system to attain energy independence. The Envision program, which aims for leadership (and monetary returns) through the four pillars of energy conservation, waste management, recycling and sustainable design — all while reducing (...) into the community. As the lighting throughout the system converts, they will reduce lighting costs by $3 million a year just by switching lightbulbs. A “Green the OR Committee” was started to cut back on operating room waste. Just making sure air conditioning was not being used when the operating rooms were empty saved $2 million. Single use devices could be reprocessed, resterilised and reused. Through a vendor programme, another $2.5 million was saved annually. In 2013, Cleveland made their printer/copier

2019 Monash Health Evidence Reviews

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