agosto 29, 2016
Opening the ADEE Meeting, fruitful conversations and group sessions took place raising cross-sectors concerns and opportunities such as patient education, generation of clinical data to support innovations, clinician-patient trust, long-term comparison of technologies used in dental implantology and transparency of manufacturers, among others.
Thank you, to all participants and organizers to have generated and impulsed great conversations, sharing different perceptions of the topics covered and expressed sincere preoccupations, worries and wishes to ensure that we, as the whole value chain from research to patient care, ensure safe, predictable and increasingly better treatments over time.
For all assistants, please find here the p-value post, based on this paper published in Nature 2014 dealing with drawing relevant scientific, statistical and clinical conclusions. Find here a progressive zoom from granule size to hydroxyapatite nanocrystals (end of the post) to illustrate the multi-scale porosity needed for a bone grafting material. Also, a wettability illustration between high and low temperature prepared biomaterials may be found here.
This said, we remain available and online for you by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and even on Whatsapp for any doubt you may have regarding bone grafting. Don’t hesitate to follow us on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn to be the first-to-know about Mimetis’ incoming innovations!
Thank you also to Orbit® for their kind support.
Mimetis Biomaterials designs and manufactures biomimetic, 4th generation bone grafts. The start-up company, spin-off from the Technical University of Catalonia (UPC), provides the health professional with more than 15 years of R&D in bone regeneration led by Pr Ginebra, through collaborations with clinicians. Mimetis’ value proposition is to collaborate early stage with clinicians to identify unmet needs and provide them with adapted solutions for bone regeneration. Mimetis commercializes MimetikOss, available in exclusivity in Spain at www.mimetikOss.com.
Mimetis’ staff involved in this post:
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