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No Link Between Bone Mineral Density, Fracture Fixation Failure
Study proves normal density may be less prone to proximal humeral fractures.
Revision, Reoperation Risks Increase with Unicompartmental Knee Replacement
Risks lower with TKA, data shows.
SpineFroniter Brings Internal Trainer On Board
New hire will educate surgeon partners on company's Less Exposure Surgery platform.
Australian Scientists Create 3-D Printed Hydrogel Material
Substance is both strong and easy to manufacture.
Dallen Medical Reports First-in-Man Use of Compressyn Staple
Staple is staple is designed for a broad range of foot, ankle and hand fixation.
Integra LifeSciences Initiates Full Rollout of New Wrist Arthroplasty System
Implant had been in limited release during the summer.
The orthopedic industry's largest firms adapt to new market realities to survive on top.
By Editorial Director Christopher Delporte & Managing Editor Michael Barbella
There's still room for upstarts with solid technology and a winning value proposition to take on the orthopedic industry's heavyweights. ODT profiles four up-and-comers with their eyes on the prize.
By Christopher Delporte & Michael Barbella
In June, the FDA approved the United States' first exoskeleton device for patients with lower-limb immobility. There is much more in store for this exciting new technology.
By Ranica Arrowsmith