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- Survivalists' Guide for the New Millennium: Chapter 6
- AS THE WORM TURNS Health and well being are part of the natural birthright of the human being. With all of its organs intact, the right diet, exercise and mental focus, a human body can overcome any disease. Even so, the effects of living in this...
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- Lungs: Facts, Function and Diseases
- The smallest branches are called bronchioles and each bronchiole has an air sac, also called an alveoli. There are around 480 million alveoli in the human lungs, according to the Department of Anatomy of the University of Göttingen.
- Free online beginners course on bioprinting kicks off at University of Wollongong
- 'A CT scan of the boy's airways was used to 3D print a bio-sleeve, which was a perfect fit for his bronchus.
- Printed Pills to Model Hearts: How 3-D Printing Is Changing Health
- To save his life doctors printed tiny tubes to fuse together in different shapes and sizes until one finally worked for Kaiba. The splint was placed in Kaiba's bronchus so that it no longer collapsed.
- 3-D printed fetal head helps manage care for baby with life-threatening airway
- Conan Thompson, now 9 months old. 3-D printing of his face while still in the womb helped doctors at the University of Michigan determine whether he would need a lifesaving procedure during delivery. Credit: Megan Thompson.
- A 3-D-printed airway splint cures babies, then disappears
- Then a computer program designed the splint based on the patient's specific anatomy. Before printing the device, the ... The medical team can also use 3-D printing to produce a physical model of the patient's trachea and bronchi.
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