LifeTec Group - Full-field analysis of epicardial strain in an in vitro porcine heart platform
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Full-field analysis of epicardial strain in an in vitro porcine heart platform

"This study was the first step to prove the accuracy and repeatability of optical epicardial deformation imaging of the heart..." 

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solving cardiac arrhythmia

Maarten Steinbuch, a professor at Eindhoven University of Technology, is fascinated by robotics in health care. He is convinced that in our region we can develop sufficient precision technology to make a significant contribution to robotics in health care:

Coronary artery disease (CAD)
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Coronary artery disease (CAD)

Coronary artery disease (CAD) is one of the major causes of death in industrialized countries, and one of the leading causes of years of life lost due to premature mortality. 

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Investigating treatments for Cartilage and Bone defects and diseases (Scientific Paper)

Many people suffer from cartilage degeneration due to genetic abnormalities, trauma, or osteoarthritis. One of the main issues in this regard is... [>>]

Medtech, R&D, Strategy, Quality: Introducing Anke Waterschoot
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Medtech, R&D, Strategy, Quality: Introducing Anke Waterschoot

'When a project comes in, I deal with all aspects of it, from the first contact and the tender process up to executing and analysing tests and communicating with the client.'

Looking back on ATTICC 2018 in Venice
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Looking back on ATTICC 2018 in Venice

Noemi Vanerio and Linda Kock look back on: ATTICC 2018 in Venice (It)

Better understanding of cardiac lymphatic anatomy (could help during cardiac surgery)
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Better understanding of cardiac lymphatic anatomy (could help during cardiac surgery)

A great moment in Benjamin Kappler’s scientific career was also a reason to celebrate for the entire LifeTec Group team: Benjamin's scientific paper has been published.

LifeTec Group - Mattia D'Alessi
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Introducing: Mattia D'Alessi

From Italy to Enschede and from Chicago via Italy to Eindhoven. Globetrotter Mattia D’Alessi has worked for LifeTec Group since January. And he feels like a fish in water here. 

"It feels a bit like they’re my Dutch family.” 

LifeTec Group - Blood Vessels in a box (alternative to animal testing)
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Blood Vessels -in-a-box-

“Towards the development of a pathological ex vivo blood vessel model": a possible alternative to ‘petri dishes’ as well as to animal testing. 

Vascular Bioreactor platform
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Coronary stent -in-a-box and -on-a-chip

Het Erasmus MC, de TU Delft en het Eindhovense medische technologiebedrijf LifeTec Group gaan nieuwe proefdiervrije modellen ontwikkelen die de menselijke vaatwand beter nabootsen. 

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