Human Joint Disease - Replace or Regrow?

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27 September 2012 18:30 - 20:30
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Have you ever wondered why joint replacements don't last forever? This talk will explore the limitations of the current replacement designs and explain how close we are to regrowing a joint surface after it has been damaged, while outlining the technical demands these new technologies bring. No biological knowledge required.
Optional factory tour beforehand from 4.00pm.
Pre-registration is required for this event (please indicate if you would like to join the tour).

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Speaker(s)

Dr Edward Draper CEng FIMechE - JRI Orthopaedics

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JRI Orthopaedics
18 Churchill Way
J35A Business Park
Chapeltown
Sheffield
S35 2PY
United Kingdom

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Andrew Mather

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Human Joint Disease - Replace or Regrow?

Event Date/Time: 27 September 2012 18:30 to 20:30
Status: Expired

Event Type: Talk
Industry Sector: Medical Engineering

Event Address

JRI Orthopaedics
18 Churchill Way
J35A Business Park
Chapeltown
Sheffield
S35 2PY
United Kingdom

Speaker Details

Dr Edward Draper CEng FIMechE - JRI Orthopaedics

Description

Have you ever wondered why joint replacements don't last forever? This talk will explore the limitations of the current replacement designs and explain how close we are to regrowing a joint surface after it has been damaged, while outlining the technical demands these new technologies bring. No biological knowledge required.
Optional factory tour beforehand from 4.00pm.
Pre-registration is required for this event (please indicate if you would like to join the tour).

Link to Poster 


Contact Details

Andrew Mather
Email: Send a message

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