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A new technique in burn treatment provides an alternative to skin grafts in the operating room.
Brain wave patterns show a clear transition to a coma-like state in patients under general anesthesia.
Researchers find that giving rats the common stimulant Ritalin can revive them during general anesthesia.
Early research suggests that the treatment works by promoting blood vessel growth.
Tagging nerves with fluorescent markers could help surgeons avoid harming them.
New treatment may be a way to control hypertension when drugs don’t work.
An infrared-based endoscope scans tissue below the surface.
A virtual-reality simulator promises safer operations and better training.
Surgical lasers could soon heal cuts as well as make incisions.
A new robotic system could let surgeons repair heart valves without shutting down the heart.