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Wearables in spine surgery: Beginnings, research and real-world applications

  Over the past 10 years, wearable technology has filtered into the mainstream, with market-leading Fitbit counting over 23 million active users. Wearables are used...
The 3D-printed sternum waiting to be implanted

Success for first personalised, 3D-printed sternum implant procedure in USA

A US-first surgery to replace the sternum and part of the ribcage of a 20-year-old woman has been successfully completed by a team of...

Designing spines: Innovations in patient-specific 3D printing

Three-dimensional printing—also known as additive manufacturing—is one of the most exciting platforms shaping technology across sectors as diverse as art, food production and medicine....

World-first implantation of 3D-printed vertebrae takes place in Australia

Ralph Mobbs, a neurosurgeon from the Prince of Wales Hospital, Sydney, Australia, has replaced two cancerous vertebrae with 3D-printed implants, according to a report...

Novel biologic bone graft improves clinical outcomes in ALIF procedures

A new study published in the Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine indicates that Cerapedics' i-Factor biologic bone graft improves clinical outcomes patients undergoing ALIF.

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