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  • cognitive
  • This chapter aims to provide an overview of the causes of altered cognitive function, provide advice on strategies that can be used to identify those at risk and give examples of assessments and interventions to aid diagnosis and treatment. (springer.com)
  • perception
  • Here at Axol, our team of scientists have recently found that hiPSC-Derived Sensory Neuron Progenitors cultured on MEA systems can replicate the in vivo characteristics and firing responses of human sensory neurons and express the typical sensory markers involved in human nociception, offering a viable and more physiologically relevant model of human pain perception to replace animal-derived models. (axolbio.com)
  • Introduction: In recent years, the benefits associated with the use of cochlear implants (CIs), especially with regard to speech perception, have proven to surpass those produced by the use of hearing aids, making CIs a highly efficient resource for patients with severe/profound hearing loss. (ebscohost.com)
  • Low vision may increase reliance on the sense of touch, but sight of the hand and crude large object perception may aid mobility and touch perception. (scholarpedia.org)
  • research
  • One exciting breakthrough has been the ability to produce sensory neurons from human induced pluripotent stem cells (hiPSCs) and culture them in vitro on multi-electrode array (MEA) systems, to advance pain research and the discovery of effective pain therapies. (axolbio.com)
  • Below our expert research partners share their five top tips to help your transition from conventional animal-derived cell-cultures to using more physiologically relevant hiPSC-Derived Sensory Neuron cell-cultures as easy as possible. (axolbio.com)
  • The miniaturization of the hearing aid continues to be an area of research and experimentation. (madehow.com)
  • The new study by a team of researchers, led by Prof. Amir Amedi of the Edmond and Lily Safra Center for Brain Sciences and the Institute for Medical Research Israel-Canada at the Hebrew University and Ph.D. candidate Ella Striem-Amit, has demonstrated how this achievement is possible through the use of a unique training paradigm, using sensory substitution devices (SSDs). (pddnet.com)
  • Although depression has been shown to be associated with people with disability living with AIDS in many parts ofthe world, in Africa, Kenya in particular, there has been minimal research conducted on depression among people living with HIV/AIDs. (ac.ke)
  • devices
  • The range of medical technologies used in nonclinical environments runs the gamut in complexity from simple materials used for administering first aid to sophisticated devices used for delivering advanced medical treatment, and in size from tiny wireless devices to massive machines. (nap.edu)
  • The most common types of medical devices, found in nearly every home, are used for delivering medications or first aid. (nap.edu)
  • For over 50 years, Sammons Preston has been the premier brand in aids to daily living and home care devices. (getcheaphealthinsurance.net)
  • system
  • The study also used our step-by-step guideline to help with the set up and maintenance of the cell-culture itself, along with our MEA system guideline to assist with culturing the hiPSC-Derived Sensory Neuron Progenitors on an MEA system. (axolbio.com)
  • study
  • Women participating in the study at the Sensory Evaluation Center in Penn State's Department of Food Science were presented with suppositories -- without the drug -- in a variety of sizes, shapes and textures. (infectioncontroltoday.com)
  • sound
  • The main elements of the aid are a microphone, an electronic amplifier to make the sound louder, an earphone or receiver, and an ear mold or plastic shell that serves to couple acoustic energy (sound) from the earphone to the eardrum either directly or through plastic tubes. (madehow.com)
  • The first electronic aid was a telephone invented by Alexander Graham Bell in 1876 that converted sound pressure waves to a current and then back to waves. (madehow.com)
  • simple
  • This ensures a more homogeneous population of sensory neurons and is simple to do with the addition of mitomycin C to the Sensory Neuron Maintenance Medium after two days of culture. (axolbio.com)
  • hours
  • About 24 hours after thawing vials of the hiPSC-Derived Sensory Neuron Progenitors, you will see two types of cell under the microscope: fat, rounded neurons and darker, flatter cells. (axolbio.com)
  • Fabricating a hearing aid takes about two hours. (madehow.com)
  • make
  • This will make the population of hiPSC-Derived Sensory Neuron Progenitors more homogeneous (i.e. almost 80-90% pure sensory neurons). (axolbio.com)
  • For each addition of mitomycin C to the Sensory Neuron Maintenance Medium, we advise you always make fresh mitomycin C to get the best results. (axolbio.com)
  • among
  • There is little or no information available on the incidences of depression among people with disability living with HIV/AIDS. (ac.ke)
  • Objective: To establish the prevalence of depressive symptoms among people with disability living with HIV/AIDS attending clinics in Nyanza Province. (ac.ke)
  • environment
  • Making hearing aids is a customized process requiring skilled technicians to operate magnification glasses and microscopes in a microminiature manufacturing environment. (madehow.com)