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Infants of mums who smoke while pregnant at heightened risk of of fracture during first year of life

Infants of mothers who smoke during early pregnancy appear to have a small increased risk of fractures during the first year of life, finds a study from Sweden published by The

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Innovative medical supply company start new year with 2020 vision

A Welsh medical supply company has signed an exclusive deal to become the sole provider of high-definition, low-cost single-use endoscope for the arthroscopic surgery market. Talbot Green-based Hospital Innovations, a


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


Onset of a minimally invasive era to set new possibilities for the bone cement industry

Alice Ajit Mutum, of Future Market Insights, looks at the rapidly evolving products and technologies in the bone cement industry The emergence of personalised medicine and penetration of many technologies


Organisations announce share of £240k in AI Fracture Diagnosis Programme

Opportunity North East (ONE) and the Scottish Government have recently announced the five organisations selected for the first stage of a landmark project to develop artificial intelligence (AI) solutions to


The Royal College of Surgeons issues new guidance for surgeons acting as an expert witness

Medical experts should undergo appropriate medico-legal training before they appear as an expert witness, the Royal College of Surgeons (RCS) of England advises in new guidance published recently. The Surgeon


Listening to ‘noisy knees’ to diagnose osteoarthritis

A new way of diagnosing and assessing knee osteoarthritis (OA) has moved a step closer with a major study paving the way for its use in research and clinical practice.


New assessment could identify risks of frailty

Signs of frailty, and the risks it brings, could be identified in young and old people alike through a new assessment developed in a study led by researchers at the


Research could give athletes competitive edge

Elite cyclists could gain a competitive edge by using shorter pedal cranks according to results from a study carried out by orthopaedic specialists at NHS Golden Jubilee. The trial was


12-17 January 2020, Intensive course in basic science in orthopaedics; Oswestry

This popular Intensive Course covers all the topics required for the basic science examination.  It is for orthopaedic trainees who are seeking a strong foundation in basic orthopaedic sciences and