The company uses additive manufacturing for its portfolio of titanium spinal-fusion implants and a pedicle screw and rod system, which allows greater freedom of device design compared with conventional manufacturing.
News out of the RAPID + TCT conference: Stratasys has opened a service center to print human bodies needed for healthcare.
Researchers at Tel Aviv University have 3D-printed a first-of-its-kind glioblastoma tumor that mimics a living cancer.
Researchers have developed a bio-compatible implantable AI platform that classifies in real-time healthy and pathological patterns in biological signals such as heartbeats.
Many of the advances in surgical robotics are coming from motion control companies.
A sustainability-themed ad campaign, released as the US Congress was considering funding for the FDA and other agencies, backs a proposed FDA rule that would eliminate prescriber-directed paper inserts from pharmaceutical packaging and require...
A robotic system replaces labor-intensive manual placement of components into pouches.
Rosa Hip is the fourth robotic system introduced by Zimmer Biomet.
MD+DI looks at five key devices that had a significant impact on minimally invasive surgeries.
The wearable was evaluated in a study by the University of Eastern Finland and Kuopio University Hospital.