Subwave Sensing: An Orthopedic Sensor Changes Spine and Bone Fracture Repair

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Early-stage Subwave Sensing is developing a permanent implant that, it hopes, will help clinicians determine whether or not a post-surgical orthopedic patient has achieved bone fusion, providing the opportunity for timely intervention.

Subwave Sensing has developed a sensor for orthopedic implants that could arm clinicians with decision support information they’ve never had before: data on the quality and quantity of new bone at the fusion site.

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