Spinal Surgery News March 2022

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News update March 2022

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Disposable spinal instruments to initiate a new era of surgical innovation



With the advent of disposable spinal instruments in recent years, spine surgeries have become more accessible, efficient and minimally invasive.

Engineers develop surgical 'duct tape' as an alternative to sutures


MIT engineers have now developed a kind of surgical duct tape – a strong, flexible and biocompatible sticky patch that can be easily and quickly applied to tissues and organs to help seal tears and wounds.

ROTAIO from SIGNUS – approved clinic benefit


Promotional feature: Clinical outcome and ROM analysis of ROTAIO during a single-level cervical total disc replacement using a cervical disc prosthesis.

Researchers create personalised organoid models for rare spinal cancer


A new study adds to a growing body of evidence that organoids are a promising avenue for drug discovery to improve outcomes in patients with cancer.


27-29 May 2022, NSpine Advanced Surgical Techniques Course; France


Combining cadaveric and live tissue training, Medtech Compliance has been confirmed for the NSpine Combined Cadaveric and Live Tissue Workshops. With five parallel courses, including anterior lumbar access and complications management.

31 May–3 June 2022, NSpine 2022; Portugal



The main conference covers the entire range of spinal conditions with over 200 lectures in up to five parallel sessions. The focus of NSpine meetings is on clinical problem solving and decision making.

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Kate Dance

Editor, Spinal Surgery News