Early-Stage Avitus Orthopaedics Harvests Bone Less Invasively

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A young start-up born at Johns Hopkins helps to make the process of harvesting a patient’s own bone for grafting easier on the patient, the clinician, and hospital budgets.

The Johns Hopkins University Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design (CBID) has a mission of fostering medical device innovation. The one-year graduate program puts together engineers, clinicians and industry advisors to help participants build and test devices that solve significant needs in health care.

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