Mandy Bauch

Mandy Bauch
Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg | OvGU · Institute for Medical Engineering (IMT)

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October 2010 - present
October 2010 - December 2013
Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg
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  • Research Assistant

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Publications (25)
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Abstract Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has great potential as an imaging modality for guiding minimally invasive interventions because of its superior soft tissue contrast and the possibility of arbitrary slice positioning while avoiding ionizing radiation and nephrotoxic iodine contrast agents. The major constraints are: limited patient access,...
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Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a well established method in medical diagnostics. By providing real-time fluoroscopic images of arbitrarily cross sections and high soft tissue contrast resolution, MRI in principle is the modality of choice for image guided interventions. Features like MR thermometry or phase contrast MRI may be used for outcome...
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Innovation mit und für den Mediziner am Beispiel der Urologie Axel Boese, Holger Fritzsche, Martin Schostak, Michael Friebe Austausch ist ein unerschöpflicher Ideengenerator, gerade in der Medizintechnik. Hier stammen 80% aller neuen Ideen vom klinischen Nutzer. Der ist es, der die Behandlung durchführt, sich täglich mit der Thematik beschäftigt un...
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To evaluate the reconstruction accuracy of brachytherapy (BT) applicators tips in vitro and in vivo in MRI-guided (192)Ir-high-dose-rate (HDR)-BT of inoperable liver tumors. Reconstruction accuracy of plastic BT applicators, visualized by nitinol inserts, was assessed in MRI phantom measurements and in MRI (192)Ir-HDR-BT treatment planning datasets...
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Purpose: Resonant MR markers tuned to the Larmor frequency can be used for instrument visualization. Two methods are generally used to prove the performance of the MR marker. One method is to obtain an MR image using a low flip angle sequence [1]. Thereby, a comparison with already implemented designs is only of limited value since the signal inten...
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Purpose: Resonant MR markers used for instrument visualization improve the hand-eye-coordination during interventional procedures. However, most studies are focused on wire-winding coils tuned with the help of SMD capacitors [1,2]. Such fabrication technologies are not applicable in terms of clinical use. Thus, the feasibility of a single-layered r...
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Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) possesses the advantages of an arbitrary slice positioning, the absence of ionizing radiation and a superior soft tissue contrast. On that account, it is a well-suited image guiding modality during minimally-invasive interventions. However, there is a lack of the visibility instruments such as polymer catheters. The...
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The technology of hot embossing is an established process for many years in the realization of electrical and optical conductors. The ability of this method is the realization of robust and reliable structures. In connection with the studies presented here, these skills are applied to the three-dimensional shape of a catheter or other instruments i...
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These are the proceedings for the 9th International Interventional MRI Symposium. The overall goal of this workshop series is to report clinical and technological advances in the field of iMRI.
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Electromagnetic tracking systems (EMTS) are increasingly used in computer assisted surgery, motion capture, kinematic studies and military applications. The main application in the medical domain represents the support of minimal invasive surgeries. However, in these applications EMTS often suffers from distortions by conductive, para- and ferromag...

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The Magdeburg Forschungscampus STIMULATE is a project within the initiative "Forschungscampus - public-private partnership for innovation" funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). The focus of STIMULATE are technologies for image-guided minimally invasive methods in medicine. The aim is to improve medical treatments and to help contain exploding health care costs. In particular, age-related common diseases in the areas of oncology, neurology and vascular diseases are considered. In the long term, the project aims to become the "German Centre for Image-guided Medicine". Structurally, the project is a public-private partnership between the Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg, Siemens Healthcare GmbH and the STIMULATE Association, a series of leading regional and international SMEs.