3D printing is making leaps and bounds in its advancement, and through its journey forwards, this technology is taking many other technologies and applications forward along the way. As part of a series of articles, in this particular installment, we look at the development of 3D printing technology as it has become suitable for more and more areas of the medical industry.
A new study finds that inpatient rehabilitation seems to offer no overall benefit when compared with a monitored home-based regimen for patients recovering from standard knee replacement surgery, more formally known as “total knee arthroplasty.” […]
For every month in space, astronauts can lose 2.5 percent of their bone density. This is quite troublesome, as it will likely compound with the natural process of aging that also reduces bone density. However, […]
A 51-physician Barclays survey of U.S. hip and knee surgeons today prompted analyst Matthew Taylor to question investors’ expectations for Stryker‘s (NYSE:SYK) Mako robot-assisted surgery platform. Some 22% of the docs surveyed reported using the […]