French company targets upper limb implant market
This article was originally published in Clinica
Bioprofile aims to rapidly become a world leader in implants and prostheses for upper limbs. The French company has developed a partial wrist implant made from pyrocarbon, which it says is well tolerated by the body and practically wear-proof. It is considering other applications for its technology and is looking for commercial and industrial partners to help in development.
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