December 2017 | Volume 2

Sensors the size of a flea can now measure strain, temperature or resistivity. They can measure acceleration, frequency and electrical impulses. Deborah Munro covers design and fabrication of sensors for your next implant.

FDA now seeks a more analytical approach--justification--for choosing sample size. Here are a couple of basic approaches to apply in most situations.

PUREVUE™ is used for minimally invasive endoscopic surgery. The system completes DePuy Synthes' capital equipment lineup for arthroscopic soft tissue procedures.

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Dr. Poggie provides crucial "tips of the trade" to help minimize your risk of increased costs and time delays in product commercialization.

We highlight r esults of seven-year clinical trial follow-up featuring Globus Medical, a procedural milestone reached by K2M and a device launch by AxioMed.

While device manufacturers were slow to adopt MDSAP in its pilot days, the initiative has
gained traction since FDA named it an official program earlier this year.
Familiarize yourself with these four tips to improve reimbursement for your orthopaedic device.
An effective and efficient pathway to customers is important everywhere in orthopaedics, but perhaps nowhere is it more critical and complex than in China.