Professor Adam Maciejewski from the Oncology Centre in Gliwice was recognized by the American Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery (ASRM) for completely rebuilding the internal organs of a six-year-old boy’s neck by transplanting a new larynx, trachea and throat, as well as bone marrow.
BrainScan impressed judges at the 105th scientific assembly and annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America with their brain scanning technology.
Distracting a patient with virtual reality and making them do small tasks can reduce the pain felt.
The Sano Centre for Computational Personalised Medicine, an international research foundation, will be launched in Kraków, southern Poland, thanks to funds from the European Commission.
The courses aim to give future doctors the digital skills they need to use the latest technology.
Saventic uses an algorithm when analysing typical blood tests to spot anomalies that indicate if a patient is in the early stages of the disease.
Following Olga Tokarczuk’s recent Nobel Prize success, Sergiusz takes a look at two of Poland’s other phenomenal female writers.
The hospital will be built by InventionMed and specialize in training dermatological specialists.
Following on from the success of her Budzik clinic where children in a coma receive treatment, care and rehabilitation, actress Ewa Błaszczyk now plans to build a similar clinic for adults in a coma.
After swallowing toxic chemicals, the boy had to be fed directly via his intestines, breathed through a tracheostomy tube and never learned to speak. Now surgeons have carried out a world-first by completely rebuilding his internal organs.