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Implants help humans in many ways and are welcome to improve life conditions for people desiring reconstructions or corrections of their human tissue as well as information transmitting. Medical progress presents a growing number of medical devices to be implanted in human bodies. There are estimated more than 8.500 different implants known, to be incorporated in human bodies and this number is still growing.

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Performance of Bioprosthetic Aortic Valves

Comparison of Long-term Performance of Bioprosthetic Aortic Valves in Sweden From 2003 to 2018 Importance  The performance of bioprosthetic aortic valves is usually assessed in single valve models or head-to-head comparisons. National databases or registries offer the opportunity to investigate all available valve models in the population and allows for a comparative assessment of their performance.…

2 million joint replacement surgeries recorded in the german endoprosthesis register

Ten years after its launch, the Endoprosthesis Register Germany (EPRD) has now surpassed the two-million mark in the recording of surgical documentation. This can be a reliable database for assessing hip and knee endoprosthetic care in Germany. The voluntary data supplied by more than 780 hospitals cover more than 70 percent of care in Germany.…

Axial alignment is a critical regulator of knee osteoarthritis

Although osteoarthritis (OA), a leading cause of disability, has been associated with joint malalignment, scientific translational evidence for this link is lacking. In a clinical case study, we provide evidence of osteochondral recovery upon unloading symptomatic isolated medial tibiofemoral knee OA associated with varus malalignment. Therapeutic unloading shifted the articular cartilage and subchondral bone phenotype…