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  • April 2002 | Volume 15 - Issue 4
    By Mark A. Caselli, DPM, and Jean Chen-Vitulli, DPM
    80,129 reads | 0 comments | 04/03/02
    Foot blisters are among the most common injuries for athletes. According to research from the Scholl, over 5.2 million people suffer blisters every year. In a study of lower extremity injuries that occurred at the New York City Marathon, the most common foot problems reported were acute shear and stress injuries resulting in blister formation. Aside from being painful, blisters can alter an athlete’s running form and lead to even more serious injuries of the leg and hip due to irregular gait biomechanics. ... continue reading
    Gina DiGironimo, Production Editor
    3,047 reads | 0 comments | 04/03/02
    The sight of a needle can strike fear into your bravest patient. Now a new product promises to minimize the pain. Milestone Scientific’s CompuMed system consists of the CompuMed computer and the Wand handpiece. The CompuMed computerized anesthetic system allows you to control the flow rate to your patients. Modes range from slow mode (one drop every two seconds) to the aspiration mode. This controlled distribution enables you to deliver the anesthetic below the patient’s threshold of pain. According to Milestone, the microprocessor automatically provides safe delivery for different ti ... continue reading