10 hot medical technologies in 2019

By | July 10, 2019

Thanks to plastics, scientists and physicians can create electronic bioresorbable stents that can be placed in the brain and dissolve when no longer needed, according to Plasticstoday.com, a community for plastics professionals. The bioresorbable electronics can aid doctors in measuring the temperature and pressure in the brain. Because the sensors dissolve, they reduce the need for additional surgeries.
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