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Masking orthopaedic implants

The benefits of UV curable masking materials in orthopaedic implant manufacture During the manufacture of orthopaedic implants, temporary masks are used to protect surfaces from metal finishing processes.  Their tenacious


Study reveals surgeons need to improve how they communicate with patients about innovative procedures

Patients are not given sufficient information about the novel status of a procedure, possible uncertainties or potential risks when deciding to go ahead with the procedure, research led by the


Significant variations in hip fracture health costs and care between NHS hospitals and regions

There are significant variations in healthcare spending and care delivery across NHS hospitals in England and Wales following hip fracture, a new study aimed at understanding how hospital care impacts


Orthox announces MHRA authorisation for clinical trial of knee cartilage repair FibroFix™ product platform

Key patent on implantable tissue repair devices granted in major economies Orthox Limited, a clinical stage company developing medical implants to repair damaged knee articular cartilage and other orthopaedic injuries,


New treatment shows how long-term pain after knee surgery can be reduced

With one in five people experiencing ongoing pain long after knee replacement surgery, new research, led by the University of Bristol and North Bristol NHS Trust (NBT) and published in The


Increased high intensity physical activity in early adolescence could lead to stronger bones in adulthood and help prevent osteoporosis in later life

High intensity physical activity in early life might help maximise peak hip strength and prevent osteoporosis in later life, according to a study published in JAMA Network Open from researchers


Bone strength could be linked to timing of puberty

A new study from the University of Bristol has linked bone strength to the timing of puberty. Published recently in JAMA Network Open, researchers looked at six repeated bone scans from 6,389