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September 11, 2013: Spine Business
Top 7 Lists: 15 News Updates for Spine & Orthopedic Device Companies | 30 Spine Surgeons Leading Fellowship Programs | 49 Cleanest Hospitals in the US | Seeking 2 Spine Surgeon Conf. Panelists |

Published in Uncategorized
The newest issue of the Annals of Internal Medicine contains two studies evaluating the safety and effectiveness of Medtronic's recombinant human bone morphogenic protein, Infuse, in spinal fusion surgery.
Published in Spine
Hydrocision hopes to spread the word about the effectiveness of its minimally invasive treatment for herniated disc pain, according to the Boston Business Journal.
The Society for Advanced Spinal Intervention has announced its launch via the internet and has made known its initiatives and goals.
Published in Pain Management
New analysis found spinal steroid injections provide only short-term relief for sciatica-related leg and back pain, according to U.S. News and World Report.
Published in Pain Management
Physicians and researchers recently examined the impact of nonoperative treatment for humeral medial epicondylar fragmentation in young baseball players and published their findings in the American Journal for Sports Medicine.
A study found that while engaged in a competing goal, patients were less likely to exhibit pain avoidance behavior, according to findings published in Pain.
Published in Pain Management
The Knee Society has updated its scoring system to more accurately match the outcomes of today's total knee arthroplasty patients, according to a report in AAOS Now.
Published in Practice Management
Partners Against Pain is now working with actress Jennifer Grey to launch a new initiative called Hands On Approach for Pain Management, designed to highlight the importance of open and honest communication between chronic pain patients and healthcare professionals, according to a Purdue Pharma news release.
Published in Pain Management
Tuesday, 13 September 2011 16:15

FDA to Require Updated Osteoporosis Drug Labels

The Food and Drug Administration will now require osteoporosis drug makers Fosamax, Boniva, Actonel, Atelvia and Reclast to clearly state how long patients can take the drug to optimize benefits and lower risks, according to a report in the Times Tribune.
Published in Pain Management
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