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Development trend of orthopedic products industry in China


Development trend of orthopedic products industry in China

(1)3D printing3D printing technology can print titanium alloy implants with high compatibility and good tissue integration for bone tissue repair, and has been widely promoted in artificial joint replacement and other fields.3D printing technology can reconstruct imaging data to produce a full-scale physical model of the lesion site, which can help doctors understand the lesion site, improve surgical efficiency, shorten surgical time and reduce blood loss.3D printing technology can also realize the popularization of personalized customized prosthetics, even young children who are in the growth stage can also be replaced regularly in the treatment to match the growth and development.

(2)Surgical robotOrthopaedic surgical robots are mainly used for prosthesis replacement and repair operations such as spine, knee joint and hip joint. They are composed of precise positioning system and operating system, which can effectively improve surgical accuracy, reduce wound area, reduce patient pain and extend the service life of implanted prosthesis. At the same time, they can be operated remotely by doctors, greatly improving the utilization efficiency of medical resources.China's orthopedic surgery robot started late, since 2010, after nearly ten years of development, China Tianzhihang company's representative product "Tianji" orthopedic robot has been clinically applied in a large number of hospitals; Santan Medical's "Zhiwei Tianye" has also gained a wide market.

(3)Painless and minimally invasiveTraditional surgery is traumatic and painful, and patients with hypertension are prone to cerebrovascular embolism and pulmonary embolism, which leads to various complications and endangers their lives. The promotion of minimally invasive surgical equipment such as arthroscopy makes the postoperative recovery of patients faster, less bleeding, low infection rate, and improves the quality of life of patients after surgery. In the future, the instruments used for minimally invasive surgery will continue to improve, and the positioning will become increasingly accurate, which will be further widely used in the field of orthopedics.

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