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Neuralink, in particular, aims to build an incredibly powerful brain-machine interface, a device with the power to handle lots of data that can be inserted in a relatively simple surgery.
The damage was so severe that he needed immediate surgeries to keep him alive.
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Ben Simmons is going to miss at least several weeks after having surgery on his knee.
As India’s lockdown lifts, elective surgeries are getting back on the track.
The other significant addition was Bojan Bogdanović — Utah’s second-leading scorer — and he’s now out for the playoffs thanks to wrist surgery.
One will receive a low dose of an anticoagulant, one normally used to prevent a clot from forming in a person at risk due to surgery, for example.
The consequences range from lengthy hospital stays to repeat surgeries to implant removal, not to mention pain.
So any implanted parts made of silk don’t have to be removed by surgery.
We have link workers in our doctor surgeries that can have a whole list of organizations locally that people can get involved with, to effectively try and make sure that they remain connected in society.
Before surgery, they all look like they’d have the same potential to, as you say, zoom up the educational ladder.

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