Altering Surgical Methods with Innovative Tech
By MedTech Outlook | Wednesday, January 09, 2019
Currently, the medical field has been experiencing astounding advances due to the evolution of technology and innovations. Modern techniques and improvements in the industry have made treatments easier. A few years earlier, there were several non-curable diseases. Due to the continuous discoveries in healthcare systems, the physicians are continuously making efforts to prevent such diseases and offer earlier care. Though technology benefits many areas in the medical field, surgery is the vital area that has undergone a massive change. Many new devices and surgical advancements have made physicians handle critical surgery without any complexities. The medical field has reached the prerequisite in surgery where robots have involved during operations. AI robots ought to accompany the physicians in the surgery for the patient.
"In2bones ensures surgical instruments are pre-sterilized, opened and used for the first time, and discarded for recycling after the first use. Our fixation implants and calibrated instruments are guaranteed only to touch one patient, ever"
Many healthcare solution providers are thriving to bring another breakthrough to healthcare facilities’ routine medical checkups. The healthcare center, In2bones USA, LLC is the premier provider to orthopedic and pediatric surgeons that helps with implantation and instrumentation for the lower and upper extremities. In order to manage the cost, time, and efficiency of surgical aspects, In2bones has been equipping surgeons with single-use instruments for surgery. According to Jon Simon, Senior VP of Marketing, “In2bones ensures surgical instruments are pre-sterilized, opened and used for the first time, and discarded for recycling after the first use. Our fixation implants and calibrated instruments are guaranteed only to touch one patient, ever.”
As an effort to correct ankle fracture surgery, In2bones recently launched commercialized and ultra-thin CoLink® Afx plate system, which is released into the U.S. commercial market. Afx (Ankle Fracture System), with the thin plate, protects the soft tissue against irritation that occurs along with the conventional hardware. As the plates are of low profile designed with titanium plates, it suits the patients without causing any harm or irritation to their ankle.
In2bones aims at bringing in innovative products to the surgical implants and instruments market. With technological advancements, In2bones intends to launch Colink View plating system. It allows a physician to monitor a patient’s bone fusion during the post-surgical healing process.