By: 30 January 2024
Nano arthroscopy is poised to revolutionise the orthopaedic market

Nano arthroscopy allows surgeons to perform procedures in smaller joints like the wrist, ankle, and elbow, as well as in injured or arthritic knees and shoulders, by utilizing a high-quality camera fixed on a needle-like device.

Against this backdrop, the minimally invasive surgical technique has emerged as a transformative method and is poised to redefine treatment approaches in orthopaedic patient care, says GlobalData, a data and analytics company.

Elia Garcia, Medical Analyst at GlobalData, comments: “The capacity of nano arthroscopy to accelerate the healing process following an injury is one of its most notable advantages. The minimally invasive nature of the procedure translates to reduced downtime for patients, potentially enabling quicker rehabilitation and a faster return to normal activities.”

To inform and educate patients about the life-changing process of the nano arthroscopy, Arthrex, a designer and manufacturer of surgical products and solutions for arthroscopic and minimally invasive orthopedic surgical procedures, has created This educational platform is designed to enlighten and educate patients on the nano arthroscopy journey.

Garcia concludes: “These new developments in the orthopaedic device sector highlight a dedication to raising patient care, expanding accessibility, and welcoming innovation. The surge in the preference for outpatient procedures and the growing interest in minimally invasive methods are not only defining the current medical practices but are also paving the way for a future in which orthopaedic treatments focus more on patient comfort and procedural efficiency.”


Source: GlobalData

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