AAOS 2021: Digital Tools In Surgical Ecosystem, Software-Enabled Tech, Robots, Wearables, Sensors
At the live AAOS conference, exhibitors, including major orthopedics players, demoed digital innovations, software-enabled technologies, robotics and smart implants that are expected to create efficiencies in the surgical continuum and provide data to improve outcomes.
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