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FDA Approves BrainScope's Ahead 100 Device
Product can interpret structural condition of the brain after an injury.
Hip Replacements Not Limited to Older Patients
Procedure is good option for younger victims of JIA, study finds.
Texting Bad for the Spine?
Study suggests looking at cell phone equates to 60 pounds of pressure on neck.
Research Roundup: Surgery Benefits Elderly Patients With Lumbar Stenosis
Study shows improvements in patients 80 and older.
FDA Clears Aurora Spine's Sterile Zip 51 MIS Interspinous Fixation Implant
Product developed as alternative to pedicle screw fixation.
VQ Orthocare Introduces Avid IF 2 to Product Lineup
Interferential device targets multiple symptoms while reducing pain, medication and risk.
Differentiating themselves has helped testing service providers address specific needs in the orthopedic sector, while creating targeted offerings OEM clients never even knew they needed.
By Ranica Arrowsmith
OEMs want machining and tooling solutions that reduce cycle times and save money. And, by the way they wanted it all yesterday.
By Mark Crawford
The promise of nanotechnology could potentially lead to new classes of medical devices and pharmaceuticals.
By Michael Barbella
ODT interviews Henry Tung, M.D., head of the new Surgical Orthobiologics group of Bioventus.
By Christopher Delporte, Editorial Director