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EVENTS MAY 2019

20 May 2019, Spine pain and spinal pain treatments; Oswestry

Venue:                                 Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital Target Audience:             Consultants in Radiology and Orthopaedics/Spinal Surgery, Physicians in Pain Medicine, Anaesthetists, Anaesthetic, Orthopaedic and Radiology Registrars, Allied Health Professionals Convenor:                           Dr

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Cavendish Medical: Money Matters – Mind the new pay rise

Dr Benjamin Holdsworth on why even small income increases could force a tax breach   Even though the NHS pay rise has been branded ‘small and insulting’ by the BMA, consultants

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First uncemented hips conference attracts leading names in orthopaedic community

Nearly 60 per cent of delegates said they would be re-evaluating their practice after attending the inaugural Uncemented Hips Conference The high-profile event at the Royal College of Physicians was

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Zimmer Biomet and Apple collaborate to launch a major clinical study on the patient journey

Zimmer Biomet Holdings is working with Apple by using Apple Watch and iPhone to change the patient journey for two of the most common surgeries – knee and hip replacement. This collaboration has yielded Zimmer Biomet

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UK health charity receives rare Royal title approved by The Queen

The National Osteoporosis Society, which has HRH The Duchess of Cornwall (pictured) as its president, has had a rare Royal title approved by The Queen and has announced its intention

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Aspirin alone is a good clot buster after knee surgery

When it comes to preventing blood clots after a knee replacement, aspirin may be just as effective as newer, more expensive drugs. After knee surgery, there’s a risk of blood

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A new look to the anatomic structure in the ankle

According to the guidelines of human anatomy, the ligaments in the ankle are grouped structured by two ligament complexes: the lateral collateral ligament and the medial or deltoid collateral ligament.

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Scientists uncover why knee joint injury leads to osteoarthritis

Knee joint injuries are typically related to sports, such as football, rugby or ice hockey, but people often do not know that such injuries may lead to joint inflammation and

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New material improves the quality and resistance of knee cartilage implants

Researchers of Valencia’s Polytechnic University (UPV), the University of Notre Dame (USA) and the Technological University ofAuckland (New Zealand), along with Zimmer, have developed a new material that improves the

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ArthrexLive educational events ‘InSpire’ delegates in Manchester

PROMOTIONAL FEATURE This autumn, the new flagship Spire Manchester hospital hosted an outstanding series of ArthrexLive educational events.  Over three consecutive Fridays close to200 attendees witnessed 10 cadaveric demonstrations, two