Mahdieh Babaiasl is featured in an article entitled “Researchers develop new needle” on the DailyEvergreen.
In this interview, she talked about her research on waterjet steerable needles in which the direction of the tissue fracture is controlled by an angled waterjet nozzle with the subsequent following of the superelastic needle. Continuing this process will lead to steering the needle to the target.
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