Making orthopedic implants smart
This article was originally published in Start Up
There are times when joint replacement patients and their treating physicians need to quickly identify what kind of orthopedic device has been implanted, but the information isn’t always easy to find. Ortho-tag Inc. aims to change that with a tag that turns orthopedic implants into devices capable of communicating important information to treating physicians directly from the patient.
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