I have been involved in orthopaedic research, implant design and innovation for more than ten years. It has been a very exciting journey with all the highs and lows you may encounter in any innovation work. In the following series of small articles, I will try to shed light on how I experienced innovation in […]
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Alastair Darwood, Jan 2018 From prosthetic valves to pacemakers, cardiopulmonary-bypass machines to joint replacements, surgeons have a prolific reputation as medical device inventors and innovators within their field. Surgery is by nature a personal affair requiring dynamic thinking and necessarily tactile interventions. Each patient is unique in their own way demanding real-time innovation no matter […]
The use of Augmented Reality in hip and knee arthroplasty Author: Mr Charles Rivière, MD,PhD Consultant Hip & Knee Surgeon, www.charlesriviere.co.uk Augmented reality (AR) is a technological tool that might help at improving total joint replacement (TJR) implants positioning by providing a real-time intra-operative feedback to the surgeon. By enabling intraoperative comparison of the planning […]
Happy New Year! We will during this year discuss technological innovations in healthcare with a focus on orthopaedic surgery. We will have a regular update on our blog with new posts written by different stakeholders involved in the innovation process of new technology in healthcare.