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Hip Revision Surgery – From Fracture to Success

According to a study [2] published in The Lancet, 3 to 4 percent of people who undergo a hip replacement may require revision surgery within 10 years. Revision surgery is often more complex and less predictable that a primary replacement. As such, specific measures are needed to streamline and improve the procedure to support optimized […]

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Restoring Mobility: How Preoperative Planning Impacts Patient Outcomes

Dr. Greenberg is currently an assistant professor of orthopedics at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and an attending surgeon at the joint replacement and reconstruction unit of the Hadassah Medical Center orthopedic complex. Dr. Greenberg received his MD from the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical School in 2009 and completed his residency in orthopedic surgery at Hadassah […]

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Foods for Thought

It’s common knowledge that there are certain foods like fruits and vegetables that provide important nutrients to keep our bodies healthy, but did you know there are foods you can eat to support your brain health and function as well? At Brainlab we are dedicated to improving health, and we know that food is one […]

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SRS & SBRT - Insights from a Neurosurgeon

A conversation with Isabelle M. Germano, MD, MBA From an introduction to stereotactic radiosurgery and stereotactic body radiotherapy, current standards and beyond, expert neurosurgeon, Isabelle M. Germano, MD, MBA dives into the details of this promising and precise treatment approach. Watch the full video Read the transcript below Joanne: I’m thrilled to be joined today […]

Technology & the Treatment of Lung Cancer

According to the American Cancer Society, lung cancer is by far the leading cause of cancer death. Each year, more people die of lung cancer than of colon, breast and prostate cancers combined [1]. We reached out to radiotherapist-oncologist Professor Mark de Ridder, MD, from UZ Brussels for his expertise and insights on lung cancer […]

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The Basics, Details & Future of Stereotactic Treatments - Insights from a Medical Physicist

We had the opportunity to interview Masayori Ishikawa, PhD, a Senior Medical Physicist at the Hokkaido University Hospital and professor at the Faculty of Health Sciences, Hokkaido University. Dr. Ishikawa has been a Novalis-accredited auditor since 2015. As an expert in the field of radiation therapy, Dr. Ishikawa shared his insights on the basics, details […]

7 Steps to Successful Orthopedic Planning

Over the last few decades, orthopedic preoperative planning has been widely adopted as a result of advancements in technology and the integration of digital tools. But, when looking at day-to-day planning routines, what are the basic rules of thumb for creating a preoperative plan that make a difference? 1. Carefully review and confirm imaging When […]

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10 Healthcare & Medical Podcasts to Listen to in 2022

Podcasts are a great resource for easy-to-access educational content as well as on-the-go entertainment. There’s a real uptick in healthcare podcasts as well as medical podcasts for doctors that cover topics across the expansive spectrum of healthcare. We’ve compiled ten podcasts that we think are engaging, intriguing and insightful for healthcare industry professionals, physicians and […]

Challenges and Solutions in Modern Brain Tumor Surgery

May is Brain Tumor Awareness Month As part of our efforts to raise awareness, we summarized three key challenges related to brain tumor surgery and asked our Director Clinical Affairs, Dr. Susanne Hager, what solutions modern technology offers to overcome these hurdles. Dr. Hager has worked in the field of neurosurgery for 15+ years. Prior […]

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Surgery, Radiosurgery and Radiotherapy – Insights from a Radiation Oncologist

A conversation with Nitesh Paryani, MD Tampa Oncology and Proton Founder and Medical Director How do physicians decide between radiosurgery, radiotherapy or surgery and what do these approaches mean for patients battling cancer? This video interview with expert radiation oncologist, Nitesh Paryani, MD, answers these questions and more. Watch the full video Read the transcript […]

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