Looking for an innovative treatment for young patients with scoliosis? Look no further than Zimmer Biomet's Tether procedure. Ghost Productions has produced a captivating character animation that tells the story of a young girl named Tara and her experience with scoliosis. The Tether represents the first approval order for a humanitarian use device in spinal pediatrics within the last 15 years, making it an emerging treatment for a select patient population. This non-fusion spinal device is designed to treat skeletally immature patients who require surgical treatment to obtain and maintain correction of progressive idiopathic scoliosis, with a major Cobb angle of 30 to 65 degrees. Patients who have failed bracing and/or are intolerant to brace wear may be selected for this treatment. Zimmer Biomet and the FDA are continuing to collaborate on a new clinical study for The Tether to optimally monitor patient outcomes. To learn more about this innovative treatment option, visit Ghost Productions' website today.
The North American Spine Society (NASS) 2023, held in the vibrant city of Los Angeles, brought together some of the brightest minds in spine health and medical technology. Among the participants was Kuros Biosciences, a Swiss-headquartered global innovation company with a mission to revolutionize spinal fusion through superior biologics. In an exclusive interview with Doctech.live, Kuros Biosciences showcased its groundbreaking technology, MagnetOs, and Fibrin-PTH, offering new hope for patients suffering from spinal-related pain. Let's dive into the insights shared by Katherine Sage, an orthopedic surgeon, and Joost DeBruijn, President Innovation & Strategy at Kuros Biosciences, during this enlightening conversation.
Zimmer Biomet's Polaris Deformity Spinal Fixation is showcased in this visually stunning animation produced by Ghost Productions. The animation focuses on the pathology of Socli 1A and demonstrates how the Polaris Deformity System efficiently combines rod reduction and vertebral body derotation. The system features reduction rockets that provide secure engagement to the screw head and allow for controlled, sequential rod reduction with a self-centering feature built in. Ghost Productions Medical Animation Studio & Surgical VR Developer can help explain the workings of medical devices and pharmaceutical products. Contact them at (651) 633-1163 or visit their website for more information on their medical animation and virtual reality services.
Integra Lifesciences Corporation's Cadence® Total Ankle System is a cutting-edge medical device designed to treat ankle arthritis. This innovative system replaces the ankle joint with a metal and polyethylene prosthesis, effectively reducing pain, restoring alignment, and allowing for more natural movement at the replaced joint. Cadence is specifically designed to refine and improve upon proven successful concepts and features of today's total ankle arthroplasty systems, while also addressing challenges, inefficiencies, and unmet clinical needs inherent with these legacy systems. To learn more about how Ghost Productions Medical Animation Studio & Surgical VR Developer can help explain how your medical devices and pharmaceutical products work, visit their website or call (651) 633-1163.
Ghost Productions is an award-winning medical media production company that can help you with custom medical animation and marketing services. We offer a wide array of digital representation services that can help anyone in the medical field improve their marketing, support patient communication efforts, or even streamline staff training. Our team is highly trained and has a great understanding of biomedical processes, so they can accurately represent your device or product in a 3D medical animation, or other types of illustrations you may be interested in. Contact Ghost Productions now and tell us more about how we can help you train your surgeons, sell more medical devices, or explain your pharmaceutical product.