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Friday 2 November 2018, Orthopaedic Knee Conference; The Royal Armouries Museum, Leeds

Orthopaedic experts and industry leaders will gather in Leeds for the third Orthopaedic Knee Conference, chaired by consultant surgeon Mike McNicholas Now entering our third successive year, The Orthopaedic Knee

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Global orthopaedics market set to grow to $66.2bn by 2023

The global orthopaedics market was valued at $52.8bn in 2017, driven primarily by the growth of the ageing population. The market is set to grow to $66.2bn in 2023 at

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Indian trade mission showcase for JRI Orthopaedics

JRI Orthopaedics showcased its manufacturing excellence and healthcare delivery solutions during a special UK Government trade mission to India to celebrate 70 years of NHS innovation. The Sheffield business was

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Absence of key protein, TTP, rapidly turns young bones old

The absence of protein TTP, critical to the control of inflammation, may lead to rapid and severe bone loss, according to a new study from the University at Buffalo. The

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Patients may live longer after hip replacement

Hip replacement surgery not only improves quality of life but is also associated with increased life expectancy, compared to people of similar age and sex, reports a study in Clinical Orthopaedics

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Are orthopaedic patients outside the US more durable to pain compared to their US counterparts?

American patients undergoing orthopaedic surgical procedures report higher pain intensity scores compared to patients undergoing similar procedures in 13 European and non-European countries. American patients received more treatments for pain,

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Reversing severe bone loss

A possible ‘first-line’ treatment for a rare bone loss disease has been identified by a research team at Tohoku University in Japan. The research findings, published in the journal Molecular Cell,

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Could sugar chains be the answer to bone growth in osteoporosis?

Scientists at the University of York have shown that altering the structure of sugar chains on the surface of stem cells could help promote bone growth in the body. The

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New hip resurfacing implant could lead to better outcomes for patients

Surgeons are treating patients with a new type of hip implant that could lead to better outcomes for younger, more active people requiring surgery. Fifteen patients have so far been

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Metal-on-metal hip implant patients are undergoing further surgery sooner

A new study published in January has found that the rate of metal-on-metal (MoM) hip implant patients undergoing revision (or re-do) surgery has increased over time. The observed differences are