Bone reinforcement composite for hip fractures
This article was originally published in Start Up
Although standard bone cements are commonly used to treat vertebral compression fractures, these cements are not durable enough to remedy fractured hips. But a new class of biomaterials could dramatically change the landscape. Switzerland’s Ozics AG says its injectable and load-bearing implant provides an optimal level of biomechanical performance through a minimally invasive procedure.
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