Stryker, OrthoSensor To Co-Market Intelligent Knee Device
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Stryker and start-up OrthoSensor plan to jointly launch a first-of-its-kind intelligent orthopedic surgical platform for use during total knee replacement surgery this week.
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