Business Wire||February 24, 2017
Multicenter study aims to compare safety and efficacy of its SpineJack device vs. balloon kyphoplasty.
Business Wire||February 6, 2017
Company poised to begin multi-site study of the system.
Business Wire||January 19, 2017
Patients demonstrated a 96 percent success rate with subjects achieving solid arthrodesis at an average of 7.3 ± 2.3 months.
Sanford Health/Sanford Research||January 5, 2017
FDA-approved study explores abdominal fat-derived stem cells to repair small and partial rotator cuff thickness tears.
University of Bristol||December 16, 2016
It is designed to enable the meniscal tear to repair itself by encouraging cell growth in the affected tissue.
Business Wire||December 15, 2016
Trial will enroll 18 patients between the ages of 18 and 85.
Business Wire||December 8, 2016
Study followed a 35 patient consecutive series for an average of 34 months.
Business Wire||November 29, 2016
Shock absorber for the knee targets patients who are seeking alternatives to joint replacement.
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center||November 23, 2016
Plastic component parts and surfaces of replacement hip and knee joints are stronger and more durable than ever.
Business Wire||November 17, 2016
Surgery and implantation performed on the T9 neurologically complete patient approximately 36 hours after injury occurred.
PR Newswire||November 15, 2016
Follows preliminary data analysis from first stem cell therapy pivotal trial for critical limb ischemia to reach completion.
IlluminOss Medical||November 3, 2016
Findings support the benefits of applying minimally invasive system to the treatment of pathological fractures.
Flexion Therapeutics Inc. ||November 2, 2016
Study evaluated investigational drug candidate Zilretta in Type 2 diabetes patients with knee osteoarthritis.
Health Enterprise East ||October 31, 2016
First patients recruited at Addenbrooke's Hospital in England.
Wolters Kluwer Health||October 31, 2016
The new study is among the few to directly compare different approaches to SCS in patients with back and leg pain.
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