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Targeted drug release polymers

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Ground-breaking research to ensure drugs reach the sites of disease in the right dose at the right time

Nottingham Children's Hospital is one of the first in the UK to use new renal technique to improve the experience of critically-ill patients

Nottingham Children's Hospital is one of the first in the UK to use new renal technique to improve the experience of critically-ill patients
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Nottingham Children's Hospital (at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust) has become one of the first children's hospitals in the UK to embrace a new technique which helps to improve the treatment of critically-ill patients with kidney problems.

FEED1 trial: New clinical trial aims to find the best way to feed premature babies

FEED1 trial: New clinical trial aims to find the best way to feed premature babies
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The FEED1 trial is led by neonatal experts to investigate the best way to feed babies who are born between 10 and 7 weeks prematurely and if avoiding giving them fluids through a drip (intravenously) can reduce infections and help them go home sooner.

Artificial intelligence can predict premature death, study finds

Artificial intelligence can predict premature death, study finds
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Healthcare data scientists and doctors have developed and tested a system of computer-based 'machine learning' algorithms to accurately predict the risk of early death due to chronic disease in a large middle-aged population.

Smart sensor wound care that may reduce diabetic amputations

Smart sensor wound care that may reduce diabetic amputations
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Our smart wound dressing incorporates optical fibre sensors which will remotely monitor multiple biomarkers associated with wound management, providing a more complete picture of the healing process.

First use of microscopic sound waves to study cell abnormalities

First use of microscopic sound waves to study cell abnormalities
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Dr Fernando Perez-Cota from the University of Nottingham has won a prestigious five-year fellowship to explore the use of harmless sound waves to view deep inside living cells to aid early diagnose in diseases such as cancer.

First prize for anaesthesia technology research

First prize for anaesthesia technology research
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First prize for anaesthesia technology research won by Rishie Sinha of Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust.
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