Moving breast implant registries forward: are they FAIR and Functional?
Several national breast implant registries, designed as Clinical Quality Registries , have been founded over the past decade, including Australia, Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden...
2 days ago - Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery
UNC Health Workers Called to Join National PCORnet® Study to Fight COVID-19
The HeroesResearch.org clinical research registry is designed to answer crucial questions about the impact of novel coronavirus on health care workers' lives, and includes a...
6 monthes ago - UNC Healthcare - 4 articles
Sebacia Effectively Reduce Acne up to 24 Months
Data from a real-world study of Sebacia Microparticles showed that improvement in inflammatory acne lesions is maintained two years after treatment. Jill Waibel, MD, and Ashish...
11 monthes ago - Surgical Aesthetics Magazine
New Heart Attack Registry to Provide Unprecedented Insight into STEMI Occurrence, Treatment in North India
Sameer Arora, MD, a UNC School of Medicine cardiology fellow, is leading a study reviewing hospitalizations for a certain type of heart attack in two hospitals in northern...
One year ago - UNC Healthcare
How to improve patient safety and quality of care in breast implant surgery? First outcomes from the Dutch Breast Implant Registry (2015 - 2017)
Although the use of breast implants is generally considered to be safe, breast implants are associated with short- and long-term complications. To evaluate and improve the...
One year ago - Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery - 2 articles
Sebacia Demonstrates 85 Percent Improvement in Acne at 12 Months
Sebacia, a privately held, commercial-stage dermatology and aesthetics company, announced new results from its real-world study in Europe evaluating Sebacia Microparticles for...
One year ago - Surgical Aesthetics Magazine
The headlines of Master Doctor
Survey: Dermatologists most trusted resource on aesthetic treatments
Dermatologists were the most frequented and trusted resource by aesthetic consumers when exploring cosmetic injectable procedures, according to a presentation at the American...
Adhesive plastic film inactivates novel coronavirus on contact
An adhesive plastic film designed to protect surfaces such as doorknobs, handrails, elevator buttons, and touch screens inactivates the novel coronavirus on contact.
In training for blowing the doors off
With an answer for the plastic wrap recycling dilemma.