4 recent spine studies to know


Becker's reported on four key spine studies so far in January:

1. Tools with haptic interfaces can be an efficient tool for preventing complications when drilling into the bone near spinal nerves and organs, a study in Scientific Reports found.

2. Treating spinal stenosis with surgery instead of opting for conservative approaches is linked with lower two-year mortality rates and lower costs, according to a study in The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery.

3. Anterior lumbar interbody fusion patients who have lengths of stay less than 45 hours saw better outcomes, according to a study published in the International Journal of Spine Surgery

4. Orthobiologics company DiscGenics shared data supporting its IDCT (rebonuputemcel) allogeneic discogenic progenitor cell therapy for lumbar degenerative disc disease.

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