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Digital and Orthodontically Driven Implant Planning: A Multidisciplinary Case History Report.

Patients presenting both severe maxillary atrophy and dental malposition require a multidisciplinary treatment approach to achieve optimal esthetic and functional results. This case history report demonstrates how digital treatment planning and teeth set-up can serve as a reference for surgical, orthodontic, and prosthodontic procedures, leading to an all-ceramic full-arch implant-supported fixed prosthesis.


The Ethics of Smart Pills and Self-Acting Devices: Autonomy, Truth-Telling, and Trust at the Dawn of Digital Medicine.

Digital medicine is a medical treatment that combines technology with drug delivery. The promises of this combination are continuous and remote monitoring, better disease management, self-tracking, self-management of diseases, and improved treatment adherence. These devices pose ethical challenges for patients, providers, and the social practice of medicine. For patients, having both informed consent and a user agreement raises questions of understanding for autonomy and informed consent, therapeutic miscon...

In Vivo Accuracy of Implant Placement Using a Full Digital Planning Modality and Stereolithographic Guides.

The aim of this study was to investigate a guided implant surgery procedure performed without any manual processes, by assessing the in vivo results following a digital planning and placement of dental implants using surgical templates.


Functional Reconstruction of Mandibular Segment Defects With Individual Preformed Reconstruction Plate and Computed Tomographic Angiography-Aided Iliac Crest Flap.

With the development of imaging technology and computer-assisted surgery in oral and maxillofacial surgery, digital technology is widely used in vascularized bone flap grafts for mandibular reconstruction. The aim of this study was to use digital technology throughout the treatment process to show that digital techniques can provide a reliable and accurate match between the mandible and the iliac crest flap to achieve functional reconstruction of mandibular segment defects.

The Digital Divide in Health-Related Technology Use: The Significance of Race/Ethnicity.

Technology can enhance the health and quality of life of diverse populations and may play an important role in reducing health disparities. Although a "digital divide" between the young and the old has been noted, it is unclear whether the use of technology for managing health differs by race/ethnicity among older adults. This study uses nationally representative data from community-dwelling older Americans to characterize racial/ethnic differences in health-related technology use.

Chagas screening and treatment among Bolivians living in Madrid, Spain: The need for an official protocol.

It is estimated that around 52,000 people live with Chagas in Spain, but only 10% have been diagnosed. Migrants from Bolivia bear the burden of Chagas infection in Spain. However, little is known about their current management of Chagas diagnosis and treatment patterns. This study aimed to assess the Chagas related disease perception and health behaviour of Bolivians living in Madrid.

Going digital with dermoscopy.

Digital dermoscopy refers to the acquisition and storage of digital images from a dermoscopic examination. In this article, we delve into the innovative world of digital dermoscopy with a review of its potential uses as well as some nuances of adapting this technology in a clinical setting, including sequential monitoring, teledermoscopy, and machine learning. We also discuss the acquisition and storage of dermoscopy images in accordance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

The usefulness of dual volume visualization (three-dimensional digital subtraction angiography and cross-sectional imaging) for surgical planning in treating intracranial meningiomas: a case series and technical report.

In pre-surgical planning for intracranial meningiomas, the relationship between tumors and adjacent vasculature must be identified. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the usefulness of three-dimensional digital subtraction angiography (3D-DSA) with dual volume visualization (DVV).

Valuing Mobile Health: An Open-Ended Contingent Valuation Survey of a National Digital Health Program.

Changing population demographics and technology developments have resulted in growing interest in the potential of consumer-facing digital health. In the United Kingdom, a £37 million (US $49 million) national digital health program delivering assisted living lifestyles at scale (dallas) aimed to deploy such technologies at scale. However, little is known about how consumers value such digital health opportunities.

Has your smartphone replaced your brain? Construction and validation of the Extended Mind Questionnaire (XMQ).

As digital devices, such as smartphones, are becoming ever more absorbed in the daily lives of adolescents, a major assumption is that they start taking over basic functions of the human mind. A main focus of current debate and research is therefore on investigating adolescents' use of digital technologies. However, the lack of an instrument measuring the degree to which adolescents offload cognitive and social functions to technology hinders debate and research. This paper tests the reliability and validit...

The Effect of Digital Breast Tomosynthesis Adoption on Facility-Level Breast Cancer Screening Volume.

The purpose of this study was to determine whether digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) adoption was associated with a decrease in screening mammography capacity across Breast Cancer Screening Consortium facilities, given concerns about increasing imaging and interpretation times associated with DBT.

Delay in Treatment After Cancer Diagnosis in Adolescents and Young Adults: Does Facility Transfer Matter?

Timeliness is one of the fundamental yet understudied quality metrics of cancer care. Little is known about cancer treatment delay among adolescent and young adult (AYA) cancer patients. This study assessed cancer treatment delay, with a specific focus on facility transfer and diagnosis/treatment interval.

Optimization of a quantum weak measurement system with digital filtering technology.

In this paper, we propose a post-Gaussian filtering theory for weak measurement in the frequency domain, and propose a highly deformed digital filtering technique that can be used to optimize sensors based on weak-frequency measurement techniques. We completed the experimental verification based on the weak measurement total internal reflection sensor. The experimental results show that digital filtering technology can optimize the system in the working range, sensitivity, and resolution of the frequency do...

3D printing for congenital heart disease: a single site's initial three-yearexperience.

3D printing is an ideal manufacturing process for creating patient-matched models (anatomical models) for surgical and interventional planning. Cardiac anatomical models have been described in numerous case studies and journal publications. However, few studies attempt to describe wider impact of the novel planning augmentation tool. The work here presents the evolution of an institution's first 3 full years of 3D prints following consistent integration of the technology into clinical workflow (2012-2014) -...

A New Composite Index to Measure National-Level Quality of Family Planning Programs.

Despite efforts to use facility surveys to measure the quality of family planning programs, routine, reliable measurement and monitoring of national-level quality has not been possible.

Conclusions of the digital health hub of the Transform Africa Summit (2018): strong government leadership and public-private-partnerships are key prerequisites for sustainable scale up of digital health in Africa.

The use of digital technologies to improve access to health is gaining momentum in Africa. This is more pertinent with the increasing penetration of mobile phone technology and internet use, and calls for innovative strategies to support implementation of the health-related Sustainable Development Goals and Universal Health Coverage on the continent. However, the huge potential benefits of digital health to advance health services delivery in Africa is yet to be fully harnessed due to critical challenges s...

A multi-criteria optimization approach for HDR prostate brachytherapy: II. Benchmark against clinical plans.

The current iterative approach to inverse planning of high dose rate (HDR) treatment planning can be time consuming. The purpose of this two-part study is to streamline the planning process while maintaining plan quality. In this second part, a multi-criteria optimization (MCO) planning algorithm is proposed and benchmarked against a standard planning algorithm. With a set of previously established regression models, a patient-specific valid solution space on the Pareto surface was predicted based on t...

The digital pill, between beneficence and vigilance: ethical stakes.

Since November 2017, the digital pill, which makes it possible to know whether a patient has achieved compliance or not with the treatment has become a reality. This drug can benefit the patients by helping them to better follow their treatment and avoid misuse. However, even though the use of this device requests patient consent, major questions arise regarding the respect for privacy and freedom of action. Evidently, the correct use of drugs is both a public health and economic issue, but through this dig...

PhenoFly Planning Tool: flight planning for high-resolution optical remote sensing with unmanned areal systems.

Driven by a huge improvement in automation, unmanned areal systems (UAS) are increasingly used for field observations and high-throughput phenotyping. Today, the bottleneck does not lie in the ability to fly a drone anymore, but rather in the appropriate flight planning to capture images with sufficient quality. Proper flight preparation for photography with digital frame cameras should include relevant concepts such as view, sharpness and exposure calculations. Additionally, if mapping areas with UASs, one...

Current status and prospect of traumatic orthopedics treatment.

The development of medicine technology is supported by the progress of materials, electronics, machinery, physics and other related fields.The article mainly reviews the research achievements of traumatic orthopedics from four aspects: big data, new theory, new technology and new implants. The prospects of intelligent minimally invasive, new materials, three-dimensional printing technology, surgical assistant robot of fracture reduction, digital orthopedics and other aspects are presented.Aiming at improvin...

Effectiveness of Digital Interventions for Improving Glycemic Control in Persons with Poorly Controlled Type 2 Diabetes: A Systematic Review, Meta-analysis, and Meta-regression Analysis.

Digital interventions may assist patients with type 2 diabetes in improving glycemic control. We aimed to synthesize effect sizes of digital interventions on glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c) levels and to identify effective features of digital interventions targeting patients with poorly controlled type 2 diabetes.

Towards Scalable, Integrative Assessment of Children's Self-Regulatory Capabilities: New Applications of Digital Technology.

The assessment of self-regulation in children is of significant interest to researchers within education, clinical and developmental psychology, and clinical neuroscience, given its importance to adaptive functioning across a wide range of social, educational, interpersonal, educational and health domains. Because self-regulation is a complex, multidimensional construct, a range of assessment approaches have been developed to assess its various components including behavioural, cognitive and emotional domai...

Advancements in imaging technology for microvascular free tissue transfer.

The use of preoperative imaging has become routine for many reconstructive microsurgeons to help localize perforators for planning of microvascular free flaps. However, with advancements in imaging technology, perforator mapping represents only one potential benefit as virtual planning and medical modeling, and flap tissue perfusion are also rapidly becoming commonplace and the standard of care for many surgeons who perform high-volume free flap reconstruction for the breast, head and neck, torso, and the e...

Healthcare behavior of migraine and headache patients when treatment is accompanied by the digital migraine app.

Tension-type headache and migraine are the second and third most prevalent disorders of mankind worldwide, after dental caries. The widespread implementation of smartphones enables the use of specific software applications (apps) for digital treatment accompaniment. In this study, the use of the migraine app (Migräne-App) for iOS and Android was examined in the practical treatment of migraine and headache patients in an extensive population sample.

e-Health and multiple sclerosis: An update.

e-Health (or digital healthcare) is becoming increasingly relevant in multiple sclerosis (MS) clinical management. We aim to review and discuss current status and future perspective of e-health in people with multiple sclerosis (pwMS). The first part of this review describes how information on MS can be conveyed through the Web and digital media. The second part illustrates recent advances in digital technology that can improve clinical management and in motor and cognitive rehabilitation of pwMS. Finally, ...


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