Revolutionary Patch Keeps Brain Safe after Cranial Surgery

Revolutionary Patch Keeps Brain Safe after Cranial Surgery

Credit:HaEmek Medical Center

Israeli Startup Nurami Medical is developing a bandage that acts like the brain’s protective membrane and will protect against infection reports Israel21c:

The Haifa-based company has developed a patch made of synthetic, biodegradable nanofibers meant to be affixed to the dura mater – the protective membrane underneath the skull that keeps the brain and spinal cord safe – after cranial neurosurgery.

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