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Message from the editor about Orthopaedic Product News magazine

I hope this message finds you all well and that everyone is safe and sound at this time. I am getting in touch today to let you know that we

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Canon Medical Systems UK assures ‚Äėbusiness continuity‚Äô to support hospitals in fight against Coronavirus

Supply chain continuity, remote diagnostics & 7-day support to maintain continued delivery of exceptional service                                                                To reassure and actively support its NHS and independent healthcare customers and stakeholders, Canon Medical

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Playing tennis beats going to the gym when it comes to warding off muscle and bone problems later in life

So-called ‚ÄėMusculoskeletal‚Äô problems are a major issue in the UK, with one in four of the adult population affected.¬†But now a new study by experts at Liverpool Hope University say

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Tendon stem cells could revolutionise injury recovery

The build-up of scar tissue makes recovery from torn rotator cuffs, jumper’s knee, and other tendon injuries a painful and challenging process, often leading to secondary tendon ruptures. New research

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£100,000 Proof of Concept funding available from Versus Arthritis Рapplications on hold

UPDATE: We are planning to re-start this call in June 2020. This position will be frequently reviewed as the national situation evolves. Further information is available from the Versus Arthritis website. For specific enquiries,

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3D printing to help tortured bones

William Wier, of Yale University, speaks with Dr David Frumberg, assistant professor of orthopaedics and rehabilitation at Yale School of Medicine, about his modern approach to improving medical care For

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Precision OS and University of Connecticut partner to train residents during coronavirus pandemic

Precision OS Technology, developers of the medical-grade virtual reality learning platform that advances surgical readiness, announced recently details of a partnership with top-ranked research institution, University of Connecticut (UCONN). “This

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Report highlights need to help fracture patients adhere to treatment pathways

A report providing insights on how 180,000 people who experienced a fracture in 2018 were helped to recover has highlighted the need to better support patients as they move from

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App helps reduce osteoarthritis pain

By performing a few simple physical exercises daily, and receiving information about their disease regularly, 500 patients were able to on average halve their osteoarthritis pain in six months –

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A new generation of African surgeons will be trained thanks to £50,000 donated by English Freemasons

Thousands of seriously ill people across Africa, who have no access to surgeons, will now be treated thanks to a major new surgical training programme funded by Freemasons in England