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Another AAOS Meeting is in the books.

Another AAOS annual meeting has come and gone. A lot of hard work and dedication from our team went into sharing our technology with the Academy. The support and accolades we received this year were impressive, to say the least. And the level of interest in our...

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5 signs your positioning equipment might not be clean

Just because your equipment is properly processed through an autoclave steam sterilization system and is likely sterile, doesn’t guarantee it is 100% free of organic matter. Here are 5 things we suggest to look for when selecting equipment and help better understand where hidden debris can be lurking.

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The Future is in Good Hands

This week we had the privilege to be a guest speaker on Engineering (STEM) for 60 very sharp first grade students at a local elementary school that is currently studying all about engineering. One of our Design Engineers, John Wendrick, presented on the process of how...

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6 Ways to Better Protect the Patient

There are many goals during a surgery.  High on the list are protecting the patient, minimizing complications, and improving patient outcomes.  These goals fit closely together, and there are some seemingly obvious ways to move them all in a positive direction. 1....

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