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  • European consensus recommendations for neonatal and paediatric retrievals of positive or suspected COVID-19 patients. [Review]
    Pediatr Res. 2020 Jul 07 [Online ahead of print]Terheggen U, Heiring C, … van den Berg J
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our consensus recommendations aim to define current best-practice and should help guide transport teams dealing with infants and children with COVID-19 to work safely and effectively.We present European consensus recommendations on pertinent measures for transporting infants and children in times of the coronavirus (SARS-Cov-2 /COVID-19) pandemic. A panel of experts reviewed the evidence around transporting infants and children with proven or suspected COVID-19. Specific guidance on aspects of personal protective equipment, airway management and considerations for incubator and open stretcher transports is presented. Based on scant evidence, best-practice recommendations for neonatal and paediatric transport teams are presented, aiming for the protection of teams and patients. We highlight gaps in knowledge and areas of future research.
  • New device permitting non-invasive reversal of fetoscopic tracheal occlusion: ex-vivo and in-vivo study. [Journal Article]
    Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol. 2020 Jun 30 [Online ahead of print]Basurto D, Sananès N, … Deprest J
  • CONCLUSIONS: The Smart-TO balloon was effectively deflated by exposure of the fetus in different positions to a 1.5T-MR system. There was only one failure, i.e., when the mother was sitting in a wheelchair. In healthy fetal lambs, the balloon is as occlusive as the clinical standard Goldbal2 system and has only limited local side effects. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
  • Knowledge, Experience, and Concerns Regarding Bed Bugs Among Emergency Medical Service Providers. [Journal Article]
    Cureus. 2020 May 14; 12(5):e8120.Sheele JM, Hamid O, … Luk JH
  • Introduction Bed bugs are commonly encountered by emergency medical service (EMS) providers. The objective of this study was to determine the frequency with which EMS providers encountered bed bugs, assess their knowledge about bed bugs, and analyze the actions they take after finding bed bugs. Methods We anonymously surveyed 407 EMS providers from 180 EMS agencies in northeast Ohio between Septe…
  • Application of Gaussian pulsed beam decomposition in modeling optical systems with diffraction grating. [Journal Article]
    J Opt Soc Am A Opt Image Sci Vis. 2020 May 01; 37(5):797-806.Worku NG, Gross H
  • A diffraction grating is one of the most commonly used components in ultrafast optical systems such as pulse stretchers and compressors. Hence, modeling the temporal dispersion and spatiotemporal distortions associated with the angular dispersion of a diffraction grating is very crucial for wave optical modeling of such systems. In this paper, the Gaussian pulsed beam decomposition (GPBD) method …
  • Rowing Injuries in Elite Athletes: A Review of Incidence with Risk Factors and the Role of Biomechanics in Its Management. [Review]
    Indian J Orthop. 2020 May; 54(3):246-255.Arumugam S, Ayyadurai P, … Thiagarajan KA
  • CONCLUSIONS: Rowing injuries are common. Regular screening of the rowing athletes by comprehensive fitness and biomechanics assessment will help in prevention of injuries. Rowers need to be tested for pain, strength, flexibility, reproducibility of rowing action with modified mechanics, coordination, fatigue level, explosive power, aerobic and anaerobic endurance. Early recognition of risk factors and timely intervention is the key aspect of a successful return to play.
  • Effect of 5 different cervical collars on optic nerve sheath diameter: A randomized crossover trial. [Randomized Controlled Trial]
    Medicine (Baltimore). 2020 Apr; 99(16):e19740.Ladny M, Smereka J, … Ladny JR
  • CONCLUSIONS: We report significant increase of ONSD from the baseline after cervical collar placement among healthy volunteers at 5 minutes and 20 minutes interval. In addition, no significant difference was noted between ONSD measurements at 5 and 20 minutes. Clinicians should take proactive steps to assess the actual need of cervical collar case by case basis. Nonetheless, when needed, Necklite moldable neck brace seems to be a reasonable option.Registration: ClinicalTrials database (, NCT03609879).
  • Influence of hyaluronic acid binding on the actin cortex measured by optical forces. [Journal Article]
    J Biophotonics. 2020 Apr 04 [Online ahead of print]Schnauβ J, Schmidt BUS, … Käs JA
  • Melanoma cells are often surrounded by hyaluronic acid (HA) rich environments, which are considered to promote tumor progression and metastasis. Induced effects in compound materials consisting of cells embedded in an extracellular matrix have been studied, however, alterations of the single cells have never been addressed. Here, we explicitly addressed single cell properties and measured HA-indu…
  • Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation in Transport Part 2: Complications and Troubleshooting. [Review]
    Air Med J. 2020 Mar - Apr; 39(2):124-132.Vieira J, Frakes M, … Wilcox S
  • Factors taken for granted while the extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) patient is maintained in a hospital setting can become critical when planning for transport. These issues include but are not limited to positioning of patients on a small transport stretcher, positioning of cannulas and equipment, ensuring adequate power sources and supply, inefficient temperature control, and a much …
  • 130 W, 180 fs ultrafast Yb-doped fiber frequency comb based on chirped-pulse fiber amplification. [Journal Article]
    Opt Express. 2020 Feb 17; 28(4):4817-4824.Luo D, Liu Y, … Li W
  • We report on a high-power fiber optical frequency comb consisting of a 250-MHz mode-locked fiber laser and a three-stage cascaded fiber chirped-pulse amplification system. After power scaling, the group velocity dispersion and third-order dispersion, generated in fiber stretcher and amplifiers, are compensated by a grism compressor, outputting a 132-W, 180-fs pulse train. The repetition rate and …
  • On the Achievable Capacity of MIMO-OFDM Systems in the CathLab Environment. [Journal Article]
    Sensors (Basel). 2020 Feb 10; 20(3)Guerreiro J, Dinis R, Campos L
  • In the last years, the evolution of digital communications has been harnessed by medical applications. In that context, wireless communications are preferable over wired communications, as they facilitate the work of health technicians by reducing cabling on the stretchers. However, the use of wireless communications is challenging, especially when high data rates and low latencies are required. …
  • Effect of PAK Inhibition on Cell Mechanics Depends on Rac1. [Journal Article]
    Front Cell Dev Biol. 2020; 8:13.Mierke CT, Puder S, … Kunschmann T
  • Besides biochemical and molecular regulation, the migration and invasion of cells is controlled by the environmental mechanics and cellular mechanics. Hence, the mechanical phenotype of cells, such as fibroblasts, seems to be crucial for the migratory capacity in confined 3D extracellular matrices. Recently, we have shown that the migratory and invasive capacity of mouse embryonic fibroblasts dep…
  • Head-Neck Motion in Prehospital Trauma Patients under Spinal Motion Restriction: A Pilot Study. [Journal Article]
    Prehosp Emerg Care. 2020 Mar 18 [Online ahead of print]McDonald N, Kriellaars D, … Pryce R
  • CONCLUSIONS: Among actual patients, movement appears to be greater than previously recorded in simulation studies, and to be associated with patient behavior. Miniature IMUs are a feasible approach to field-based measurement of H-N kinematics in trauma patients. Future research should evaluate the effects of patient compliance, treatment, and phase of care using larger samples. Key words: spinal immobilization; cervical spine; cervical collar; long backboard.
  • An optofluidic "tweeze-and-drag" cell stretcher in a microfluidic channel. [Journal Article]
    Lab Chip. 2020 Feb 07; 20(3):601-613.Yao Z, Kwan CC, Poon AW
  • The mechanical properties of biological cells are utilized as an inherent, label-free biomarker to indicate physiological and pathological changes of cells. Although various optical and microfluidic techniques have been developed for cell mechanical characterization, there is still a strong demand for non-contact and continuous methods. Here, by combining optical and microfluidic techniques in a …
  • Modified Cut for Gap Arthroplasty in Temporomandibular Joint Ankylosis. [Journal Article]
    Ann Maxillofac Surg. 2019 Jul-Dec; 9(2):400-402.Andrade NN, Nerurkar SA, … Aggarwal N
  • Temporomandibular joint ankylosis is a debilitating disease affecting the function, esthetics and psychology of the patient. Treatment of this condition aims at establishing not only the function and esthetics but also aims to prevent reankylosis. Among the different treatment modalities, interpositional gap arthroplasty followed by aggressive jaw physiotherapy is considered most effective. This …
  • Cyclic uniaxial mechanical stretching of cells using a LEGO® parts-based mechanical stretcher system. [Journal Article]
    J Cell Sci. 2020 Jan 06; 133(1)Boulter E, Tissot FS, … Féral CC
  • Mechanical cues are essential for the regulation of cell and tissue physiology. Hence, it has become an utmost necessity for cell biologists to account for those mechanical parameters when investigating biological processes and they need devices to manipulate cells accordingly. Here, we report a simple mechanical cell-stretching system that can generate uniaxial cyclic mechanical stretch on cells…
  • Straining 3D Hydrogels with Uniform Z-Axis Strains While Enabling Live Microscopy Imaging. [Journal Article]
    Ann Biomed Eng. 2020 Feb; 48(2):868-880.Roitblat Riba A, Natan S, … Lesman A
  • External forces play an important role in the development and regulation of many tissues. Such effects are often studied using specialized stretchers-standardized commercial and novel laboratory-designed. While designs for 2D stretchers are abundant, the range of available 3D stretcher designs is more limited, especially when live imaging is required. This work presents a novel method and a stret…
  • A quantitative high-resolution computational mechanics cell model for growing and regenerating tissues. [Journal Article]
    Biomech Model Mechanobiol. 2020 Feb; 19(1):189-220.Van Liedekerke P, Neitsch J, … Drasdo D
  • Mathematical models are increasingly designed to guide experiments in biology, biotechnology, as well as to assist in medical decision making. They are in particular important to understand emergent collective cell behavior. For this purpose, the models, despite still abstractions of reality, need to be quantitative in all aspects relevant for the question of interest. This paper considers as sho…
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