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OrthoMEMS: Measuring What Matters in Spine

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In spine, measuring the pressure or load on damaged discs can be an important diagnostic, claims OrthoMEMS, every bit as valuable as current diagnostic techniques that look only at anatomical images. Indeed, OrthoeMEMS believes it has hit upon a fundamentally important new diagnostic tool for spine surgeons, one that offers an objective alternative to current subective diagnoses and that could do for spine and orthopedics what blood pressure management did for general medicine or EKGs for cardiology.
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