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Beyond Diagnosis.
Before Treatment.

Where Clinicians Reveal The Latest Medical Technologies.

 
 

Why MEDcraze?

MEDcraze makes it possible for you to take charge of your diagnosis and become an active participant and informed patient on your healthcare journey.

We’re here to give you access to all the new and innovative technologies – innovations you or your clinician likely have never heard of before.

How Does MEDcraze Work?

Patients

If you have been recently diagnosed, or have an upcoming surgical procedure, you can now obtain unprecedented access to technologies that address your medical circumstance.

You can then take this information and have an elevated discussion, based on technology, with your healthcare provider.

Physician Contributors

Clinicians utilize our platform to reveal the latest in medical technologies. They provide you access to information about pharmaceuticals, medical devices and biotech products.

Trending On MEDcraze

 
Randall Wolf, MD, FACS, FACC

Magnetocardiography (MCG) has been assessed over the last 25 years as a noninvasive, radiation-free, rapid diagnostic tool for various forms of cardiac pathophysiology. MCG creates images based on the natural magnetic fields that are generated by the electrical activity of the heart.

 
Angela Jones, MD

Ligament repair with reinforcement/ augmentation evolved as hand surgeons looked at ways to make the UCL stronger after surgery to repair or reconstruct it. If the post-surgical UCL is not strong enough, it can stretch out over time, allowing abnormal motion and pain to recur.

 
Josh Tadlock, MD

The modern era of shoulder replacement began in the 1950s, but the techniques and implants we most commonly see today were developed in the 1980s. Thankfully, the technology and techniques are continually improving to what we utilize today and this procedure is one that has shown a great

Alex Sailon, MD

Surgical implantation of material into the breast began in the early 20th century. After trial and error with numerous substances, the first silicone breast implant was developed in the 1960’s. This implant was notable for its novel design involving a tough but elastic silicone shell with a softer silicone gel

 
Alex Yevtukh, MD

Endoscopic carpal tunnel release uses one or two small incisions near the wrist through which instruments are inserted. A small camera is used to visualize the inner wrist, specifically the transverse carpal ligament (roof of the carpal tunnel). Often the camera is attached to an instrument

 
Anthony Kamson DO

During the procedure, real-time visual, tactile, and auditory feedback are given to the surgeon, which ideally reduces the potential for complications. Robotic-assisted surgery has been around since the 1980s, in recent years significant improvements have been made particularly in joint 

Featured Technology

Kybella

Kybella is the first and only FDA approved injectable drug to treat moderate to severe fat in the upper neck, otherwise known as a double chin.2 Kybella is a non-human/non-animal formulation of deoxycholic acid, which is a naturally occurring molecule in our body that assists in breaking down and absorbing dietary fat.

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Meet The MEDcraze Contributors

Uchechi Wosu MD

Internal Medicine

Daniel Gerscovich MD

Orthopedic Surgery

Sarenthia Epps, MD

Internal Medicine

Dr. Alex Sailon

Alex Sailon, MD

Plastic Surgery

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