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Upper limb prosthetics heading towards a smart future

Sabyasachi Ghosh and Sharvari Rale, of Future Market Insights (FMI), considers the innovations that could disrupt the orthopaedic prosthetics space and sheds light upon the progress of upper limb prosthetics

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Investigation of screw fixation in cervical fusion using artificial bone modelling

The Orthopaedic Innovation Centre in Canada performs biomechanical testing to determine optimal lateral mass screw fixation method in cervical spinal fusion Cervical spinal fusion is a surgical procedure that joins

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Surgeon Focus – Mohit Bhandari

Mohit Bhandari currently serves as Professor and Academic Head of the Division of Orthopaedic Surgery at McMaster University, Ontario. He is the Associate Chair of Research in the Department of

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Non-insertional Achilles tendinopathy – Is there a role for non-operative treatment?

Brijesh Ayyaswamy and authors review exclusively non-operative treatments of mid-substance tendinopathy in the Achilles   Abstract Non-insertional Achilles tendinopathy is a chronic, debilitating condition, mostly degenerative in pathology. For this

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Cavendish Medical – Will the government sort the pensions tax issue in the Budget?

Dr Benjamin Holdsworth on the expected government announcements  Government ministers have ‘hinted’ that substantial tax reform will be announced in the Budget to alleviate punitive tax charges on doctors’ pensions.

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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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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

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Global sports medicine market is anticipated to exceed US$9 Bn by 2025

Owing to the increasing incidences of sports injuries, sports medicine market is expected to observe significant profits in the ensuing years. According to the research report compiled by Global Market

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Preview – OTWorld – Join the progress!

OTWorld is one of the sector’s largest and most important meeting place in the world. With its unique combination of trade show and congress, it stands for inter-professional interchange at

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International faculty to meet in Glasgow to discuss sport-related spinal problems

A look ahead to the three-day BritSpine meeting in April 2020, comprising of lectures, topic updates and debates As the Biennial combined spine scientific conference BritSpine approaches, after a few