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September/October 2008 Features:

Dynamic Devices
As back pain continues to plague the population, the spine market has plenty of room to grow.
By Jennifer Whitney

Material Marvels
Titanium is a top choice for implants, but other materials are gaining popularity.
By Michael Barbella

Foundries Get Rough
Implant foundries improve surface texture to promote bone integration.
By Jerry Fireman

Not the Same Old Grind
A new grinding process gives OEMs greater capabililties for advancing orthopedic care.
By Yvonne M.Purdy

The Packaging Puzzle: Finding the Right Fit
Packaging, sterilization and validation requirements all matter when developing a new device
By Garrett Douglas

September/October 2008 Departments:

VC Funding Drying Up?

Regulatory Viewpoint
New Massachusetts Law May Present Reporting Challenges

Orthopedic Insights
CMS to Encourage Further Care Coordination and Quality Reporting

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