Smart Implants: Developing Battery-Powered and Self-Sensing Devices to Monitor Patient Recovery
Wednesday, June 14 @ 11:00 am - 11:45 am
Smart implants are expected to profoundly change how surgeons treat and monitor joint replacement and spine patients through the ability to track their recoveries. Orthopedic companies are developing active implants that incorporate battery-powered sensors and self-sensing constructs to collect data and heal bones. This panel discussion includes startups and researchers in various stages of developing smart implants. They will share how they designed and developed their technologies, what data their implants track and why smart implants are critical for advancing patient care.
● Understand how smart implants are designed, developed and manufactured
● Learn how smart implants are currently applied in orthopedics
● Receive an understanding of the future role smart implants will play in patient care