orthopaedics


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orthopaedics

(US), orthopedics
1. the branch of surgery concerned with disorders of the spine and joints and the repair of deformities of these parts
2. dental orthopaedics another name for orthodontics
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Since 1938, the board-certified, fellowship-trained doctors at Western Orthopaedics have remained the leading orthopaedic experts in the Denver metro area.
We are pleased that Southeastern Orthopaedics and Holston Medical Group have selected MPV to minimize payment inaccuracies and improve payor contract performance.
Orteq Inks Agreement with FH Orthopaedics to Launch Actifit
We previously used an unwieldy tracking system that comprised pen-and-paper, faxes, telephone calls and databases that weren't integrated with each other," said Joe Carlson, operations manager for Crosslink Orthopaedics.
Stryker Orthopaedics is a division of the Stryker Corporation, one of the world's leading medical technology companies.
Stryker Orthopaedics chose DHL as its exclusive carrier because of its ability to expedite these critical shipments within 48 hours from Stryker manufacturing plants overseas to its distribution center in Mahwah, New Jersey.
3i's experience and focus in specialist orthopaedics is demonstrated through its long track record of investments, for example with two French companies, both experts in spinal surgery technologies; Spine Next, sold to Abbott for $60m in 2004 and Sofamor, which merged first with Danek and later with Medtronic in a deal valued at over $3bn in 1998.
Scil Technology is a private biopharmaceutical development company focused on dental and orthopaedic tissue regeneration with a particular emphasis on bone and cartilage repair.
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Dennis Runyan, Vice President, Sales and Service of ANEXA Corporation, announced today that Tucson Orthopaedic Institute has chosen ANEXA as its digital solution provider for all its facilities.
At Smith & Nephew, he will be responsible for leadership of the entire Smith & Nephew Orthopaedics business in Japan, as well as for shared services in Japan, including human resources, finance, information technology and distribution.