Tag Archives: Bone

Protein-Loaded Antimicrobial Hydrogel to Treat, Prevent Bone Infections

June 28th, 2019 Medgadget Editors Materials, Medicine, News, Orthopedic Surgery, Plastic Surgery, Surgery Bone infections are quite common following orthopedic surgery or as a result of injury or disease. They can be incredibly difficult to treat, and heavy duty antibiotic regimens coupled with debridement surgery is the current approach. Even after all that, inflammation is… Read More »

Mom whose search for bone marrow donor went viral while pregnant gets transplant

Susie Rabaca reportedly received the transplant over the weekend. (Fox 11) The California mother whose viral search for a bone marrow donor saw over 40,000 people register with “Be the Match” has finally received her transplant, just over a month after she gave birth to twins. Susie Rabaca, who welcomed babies Rainey and Ryan in… Read More »

10 Country Songs You'll Love Even If You Swear You Don't Have a Yeehaw Bone in Your Body

If you’ve written off country music because you think it’s all about tractors and trucks, you should prob reconsider. I mean, everyone who claims to hate country has at LEAST one western bop that they secretly know all the words to. Here are 10 songs you’ll love even if you think you’re not into the… Read More »