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Why This Robotic Medical Device Belongs In a Museum

Two and a half years ago, employees at THINK Surgical, a robotic surgery development company in Fremont, California, were cleaning out a storage unit near their headquarters when they found an object that appeared to be an old robot arm. 161 more words


Tips to a Successful Outpatient Joint Replacement Recovery

Outpatient total joint replacement (OTJR) has many benefits over inpatient TJR. Same-day joint replacement allows patients to avoid staying overnight in the hospital. After the outpatient procedure, patients can recover from the comfort of their own homes, surrounded by friends and family. 367 more words

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Deciding on an Orthopedic Surgeon or a Chiropractor

The musculoskeletal system is comprised of the muscles, tendons, bones, and related nerves in the body. Damage or diseases that impact these body parts require special care and understanding to be treated. 494 more words

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Realistic Programs For Chiropractor

The musculoskeletal system is made up of the muscles, tendons, bones, and related nerves in the body. Damage or illness that affect these body parts need special care and comprehending to be dealt with. 494 more words


Why Bundled Payments for Joint Replacement May Be Risky for Patients?

According to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), hip and knee replacements are the most common inpatient surgery for Medicare beneficiaries. In 2014, there were more than 400,000 procedures, costing more than $7 billion for the hospitalizations. 130 more words


Why is that salesman in the operating room for your knee replacement?

They are a little-known presence in many operating rooms, offering technical expertise to surgeons installing new knees, implanting cardiac defibrillators or performing delicate spine surgery. 191 more words