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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


The latest trends in sports injury rehabilitation

Advances in technology have enabled recovery time following a sports injury to be reduced dramatically. Jan Ballard looks at some of the current trends in sports injury rehabilitation Recovery from


28-29 January 2020, Sports injuries and sports orthopaedics; London

This conference will provide you with a comprehensive update and review on the current provision of orthopaedic care for sports injuries in the UK. Join a host of featured experts and


Mini ‘magic’ MRI scanner could diagnose knee injuries more accurately

Researchers at Imperial College London have developed a prototype mini MRI scanner that fits around a patient’s leg In a proof-of-concept study using animal knees, the results suggest the technology


DePuy Synthes launches new cementless knee replacement for younger patients

Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies announced recently that DePuy Synthes is launching the ATTUNE Cementless Knee in a rotating platform option in select markets around the world. This launch


Medical education with Arthrex

Promotional feature Medical education has always been the beating heart of the Arthrex spirit for innovation Central to this unique dedication to education, Arthrex remains privately held without external investors,


10-13 September 2019, BOA Annual Congress; Liverpool

The BOA Annual Congress 2019 will take place at the ACC Liverpool from 10th-13th September. Liverpool is a city of culture, proud of its rich heritage and renowned for its friendly people.


Tech-savvy people more likely to trust digital doctors

According to researchers at Penn State, people with high confidence in machine performance and also in their own technological capabilities are more likely to accept and use digital healthcare services


Engineers 3D print flexible mesh for ankle and knee braces

Massachusetts Institute of Technology engineers have designed pliable, 3-D-printed flexible mesh materials whose flexibility and toughness they can tune to emulate and support softer tissues such as muscles and tendons.


Internet of Things in orthopaedics: are there barriers to implementation?

In this issue, Peter Ogrodnik’s regular feature discusses the potential issues faced in the digital health market. The 5G network and satellite communications is about to take off in a