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Opportunities for ECTS to communicate information about their 50th Annivesary Congress.

Abstract deadline: 28 January 2013

To ensure that your research is part of ECTS 2013, you will need to submit your abstract by the 28 January 2013 via the ECTS website. http://www.ectscongress.org/2013/prog/abstract.htm
Why submit your abstract to ECTS 2013?

  • Long-standing congress of highest scientific quality (50th anniversary in 2013)
  • Good balance of basic science and clinical content
  • Abstracts will be published online
  • High percentage of submitted abstracts selected as oral presentations (average of over 15%)
  • The ECTS is a registered charity and uses any surplus income on the provision of grants, awards and training courses
  • The ECTS is supportive of new investigators, providing grants and awards for scientists and clinicians within 10 years of attaining their PhD/MD

Please note that any abstract that has been presented in an oral session at any other congress can also be submitted as a poster to the ECTS.

Could wood be a practical replacement for bone? Researchers from the National Research Council of Italy (CNR) writing in a forthcoming issue of the International Journal of Healthcare Technology and Management …

Biloine W. Young • Fri, December 21st, 2012

Could wood be a practical replacement for bone? Researchers from the National Research Council of Italy (CNR) writing in a forthcoming issue of the International Journal of Healthcare Technology and Management suggest that it can. It turns out that the structure of some woods at the microscopic level is very close to that of natural bone; both have unique biomechanical properties such as high strength and lightness.

Two researchers in Italy, Ugo Finardi (Institute for Economic Research on Firms and Growth-CERIS-CNR, and University of Torino), and Simone Sprio (Institute of Science and Technology for Ceramics – ISTEC-CNR), have carried out a case study on the implications of a new technology recently developed by the Research Group on Biomaterials of ISTEC. In that work, the researchers, Anna Tampieri, Simone Sprio and Andrea Ruffini, used a nanotechnological approach to transform rattan wood into hierarchically organized implants. Continue reading

 

Los bifosfonatos reducen la tasa de fracturas osteoporóticas en los ensayos clínicos y la práctica de la comunidad. «Atípicos» fracturas no traumáticas de la parte diafisaria (subtrocantérea o eje) del fémur se han observado en pacientes tratados con bifosfonatos. Se calculó la incidencia de estas fracturas en una población definida y se examinaron las tasas de incidencia de acuerdo a la duración del uso de bisfosfonatos. Se identificaron todas las fracturas de fémur del 1 de enero de 2007 hasta el 31 de diciembre 2011 en 1.835.116 personas mayores de 45 años que se inscribieron en el Programa de Salud de los Huesos en Kaiser Southern California, un proveedor de atención de la salud integral.Posibles fracturas atípicas fueron identificados por códigos de diagnóstico o procedimiento y adjudicadas por el examen de las radiografías. Exposición bisfosfonatos se deriva de los registros de farmacia interna.

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