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MeDe researchers are putting next generation knee implants through their paces

Dr Louise Jennings, of MeDe Innovation, and Ian Revie, of Invibio, discuss how the techniques and equipment designed by MeDe researchers are being used, not only to evaluate existing devices,

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Breaking the mould in cast removal

Consultant orthopaedic surgeon David Ross encountered many problems in cast removal with oscillating cast saws, so he designed and developed the CasterpillarTM, a completely new device for cast removal, which

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Considering SIP factors in implant failure

A review of the London Implant Retrieval Centre 10-year anniversary meeting, held at the Royal Society of Medicine, London, on 20 April 2018, with its conveners Dr Harry Hothi, Prof

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£10m plan to take Yorkshire’s medical technologies expertise to the world

Solving the challenges which hamper Yorkshire’s medical technology experts when they attempt to bring innovative products to market is the focus of a new partnership which aims to make inventions

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Time to embrace the culture of data gathering and of data sharing

Following the opening of the Research & Outcomes Centre at the London Sports Orthopaedic practice, Ian McDermott discusses the importance of clinical research and data gathering in today’s modern practice

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FHK Total Knee Replacement: Preliminary results of a five-year combined prospective and retrospective clinical trial

PROMOTIONAL FEATURE The purpose of this study by H Lanternier and C Schwartz is to analyse the FHK prosthesis developed by Group FH ORTHO for total knee replacement Group FH

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The revolution of mixed reality

Last December, in a world first, orthopaedic surgeon Thomas Gregory, of Hospital Avicenne, in Paris, undertook transplant surgery of an artificial shoulder using a mixed reality headband. The surgery was

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Improving patient outcomes with smart implants

In the 16th century, broken bones were physically manipulated back to the correct orientation by a bone setter. Failing that, the local blacksmith would step in. Advances in medical treatments

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Money Matters: Excellence Awards have been granted a stay of execution, but at what cost?

Simon Bruce on the possible impact this will have on your pension    The controversial Clinical Excellence Awards (CEA) scheme has received a three-year ‘pardon’ following the BMA’s out of court

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The rejuvenation factor

Professor Adrian Wilson and his team help give people back the joints that they used to have The ability to rejuvenate tissue is much debated. To turn back the clock