ROSA Shoulder becomes the first-to-market robotic surgical assistant for shoulder arthroplasty and the fourth ROSA robotics application in five years.
The policy expansion represents 2.3+ million covered lives across Tennessee and includes a positive coverage recommendation for 1- and 2-level lumbar TDR
The trial will evaluate the LIFT implant to treat later stage patellofemoral cartilage degeneration in adult patients.
The magnesium-based bone subsitute is cleared for use in the intervertebral body disc space, including cervical, thoracic and lumbar fusion.
Triathlon Hinge is Stryker’s latest addition in the continuum of care for revision patients, especially in complex cases involving bone loss or soft tissue challenges.
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Indicated for both anatomic and reverse total shoulder arthroplasty, the AETOS Shoulder System offers a compact, comprehensive portfolio of solutions.
EnFix TAC, part of the family of EnFix demineralized bone allograft implants, has application in rotator cuff surgery.
Data from ABL Medical demonstrates that blue light with fiber-optic technology may be adapted for antimicrobial applications.
The Tyber Medical System comprises two indication categories: Complete Articular and Partial Articular Fractures.
Hand Control is a controller-free option designed to complement and enhance the training capabilities available to healthcare professioals during virtual reality training scenarios.
ORTHOSON’s Bio-Structural product gels in situ to form a highly-hydrated biology-supporting structure to alleviate back pain due to degenerative disc disease.
Quick – Radius Disposable is a single-use implant and instrument set designed for fixation of fractures of the distal radius .
The global device registry is studying effectiveness and patient outcomes of IlluminOss’ device for addressing bone fractures.
The system incorporates stainless steel and titanium plates that employ standard and variable angle locking compression plates and screws of varying lengths, thicknesses and configurations.
Anatomic Implants claims to be the first to patent and develop a 1st MTP joint replacement that replicates anatomy by leveraging titanium 3D printing technology.
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