Lista de referencias

Literatura „¿Un implante de mama – para mi?"

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Cada vez que recibimos información de un cirujano sobre su experiencia con nuestros productos, lo publicamos en POLYTECH informed®, un boletín de noticias para todos aquellos lectores profesionales y formados en medicina.

Actualmente están disponibles los siguientes boletines (en Inglés):

- Issue 1-2007:  "Long-term Study Shows Significant Influence of Implant Surface on Risk of Capsular Fibrosis in Silicone-Gel-Filled Breast Implants" (PDF)
- Issue 2-2007: "Who Defines the Meaning of Quality? or: What does "quality" actually mean?" (PDF)
- Issue 1-2008: "Teardrop-Shaped Implants in Breast Surgery" available upon special request only
- Issue 1-2009: "Flattered by Copycats" (PDF)
- Issue 2-2009: "Post-Mastectomy Breast Reconstruction" (PDF)
- Issue 3-2009: "Modular System: Field Report" available upon special request only
- Issue 1-2010: "Field Report: Personal Experience of Using Microthane® Implants in Cases with Tissue Deficit" available upon special request only
- Issue 1-2012: "Why are Microthane® polyurethane covered breast implants the best available choice?" (PDF)

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Literatura y material formativo

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Además de nuestra amplia selección de productos, ofrecemos una gran cantidad de información, como folletos de productos, DVD de capacitación y recopilaciones de bibliografía médica.

Para los cirujanos, brindamos la información científica más actualizada. Las consultas específicas se envían directamente a los especialistas sobre el producto correspondiente. Éstos las procesan para responderlas en un corto plazo.

Aparte de la literatura médica, también ofrecemos material de marketing para los médicos: "¿Un implante de mama – para mí?" (PDF), un folleto de información al paciente sobre los implantes de mama y el aumento de senos, así como un folleto informativo sobre nuestro programa de garantía (PDF) »Implants of Excellence«.

En POLYTECH Health & Aesthetics, la innovación es parte de nuestra visión. Especialmente, ya que los requisitos del mercado de la cirugía plástica reconstructiva y estética son cada vez mayores y están en constante evolución.

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