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Robot-assisted medical procedures are becoming more pervasive, increasing from 1.8% to 15.1% of all general surgeries between 2012 and 2018.1 Despite the capital expense of orthopedic robots, hospitals are spending millions to add them to their surgical suites. This white paper by MedTorque discusse...
Until now, it has been virtually impossible to manufacture implants from compound plastics with bioactive particles by injection molding. For orthopedic device manufacturers, VESTAKEEP® Fusion offers the added value of fully preserving the osteoconductive function during injection molding. The uniq...
Additive manufacturing offers an opportunity to increase the value of spinal cages without adding cost or manufacturing time. In using additive, spine companies can design and manufacture a unique and smart geometry offering many advantages. Among these are improved cage geometry and functional inte...
Additive manufacturing of orthopedic implants using Ti64 alloys has been successful across spine, hip, knee, and extremity applications due to the alloy’s inherent biocompatibility and good mechanical properties combined with additive’s ability to tailor porous structures enabling osseointegrati...
Additive manufacturing has transitioned from a prototype-only mentality to production-centric technology. As orthopedic device companies consider additive manufacturing as a production choice, it’s valid to ask: How reliably does the technology produce a wide mixture of parts? This white paper det...
The emergence of additive manufacturing technologies into orthopedics has been transformative, advancing device intricacy and performance while offering patient-specific solutions. While 3D print resolution has steadily advanced during this evolution, post-processing is often a necessity to remove s...
By Nader Kalkhoran Interest and demand are growing for nano-engineered titanium coatings and surface treatments to improve the performance of PEEK- and metal-based implants used for orthopedic and spinal device applications. Recent work has demonstrated that highly-adherent nano-structured thin tit...
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