Reinhard Hainisch

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Microsurgery is an established technique in different surgical disciplines. Training in the laboratory remains the mainstay for delivering optimal performance in the operating room. Routine evaluation of microsurgical anastomosis during training usually consists of longitudinal splitting of the performed anastomosis. We present our initial experiences with(More)
BACKGROUND Intensive insulin therapy reduces mortality and morbidity in critically ill patients but places great demands on medical staff who must take frequent blood samples for the determination of glucose levels. A cost-effective solution to this resourcing problem could be provided by an effective and reliable automated blood sampling (ABS) system(More)
1 Reinhard Hainisch, 1 Margit Gföhler, 2 Andreas Kranzl and 3 Marcus G. Pandy 1 Vienna University of Technology, Machine Design and Rehabilitation Engineering, Vienna, Austria 2 Orthopedic Hospital Speising, Laboratory of Gait and Human Movement, Vienna, Austria 3 University of Melbourne, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Victoria 3010, Australia email:(More)
Intensive insulin therapy reduces mortality and morbidity in critically ill patients but imposes great demands on medical staff who must take frequent blood samples for the determination of glucose levels. A solution to this resourcing problem would be provided by an automated blood monitoring system. The aim of the present clinical study was to evaluate(More)
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