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Novel Ultrasound-Guided Minimally Invasive Surgery for Rotator Cuff Tear
|Advisor:||周涵怡(Han-Yi E. Chou)|
Rotator cuff tear,Minimally invasive surgery,Ultrasound,
|Publication Year :||2020|
In the GIP-TRAID program, I had experienced a marvelous academic journey including lectures, experiments, interviewing experts, field to lab study, consultation and internships. The exchange in three different countries and universities immerses me with distinct beauties from each culture. Together, these experiences transformed into broader yet comprehensive aspects for me to resolve local as well as global issues in the future. Shoulder pain and dysfunction caused by rotator cuff tear affect millions of people around the world. Due to the aging of the society, prevalence of rotator cuff tears rises rapidly. The productivity, healthcare system and economy will then be jeopardized by rotator cuff tear while the complications and long recovery time of current surgical intervention remain a global issue. Based on the studies and training in the program, ongoing research focusing on rotator cuff repair is conducting. This study aims to develop a novel minimally invasive surgery (MIS) leading to comparable outcomes with open surgery intervention characterized by a regenerated enthesis and mechanical strength. The study will be transited to medical devices that will be able to improve the quality of life of the global patients by certain entrepreneur approaches.
|Appears in Collections:||國際三校農業生技與健康醫療碩士學位學程|
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