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Blue Belt Technologies kündigt Gründung eines wissenschaftlichen Beirats für Hüfteingriffe zur Bestimmung neuer Anwendungsgebiete von NavioPFS bei femoro-acetabulärem Impingement an
Date:4/30/2013

PITTSBURGH, 30. April 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Blue Belt Technologies, Inc., ein innovatives Medizintechnikunternehmen, das robotische Lösungen für die orthopädische Chirurgie sowie weitere Anwendungsgebiete vermarktet, die hochpräzise Eingriffe am Knochen erfordern, gab heute die Gründung eines wissenschaftlichen Beirats bekannt, der sich in erster Linie mit femoro-acetabulärem Impingement („FAI") befassen wird. Die Leitung des Beirats werden Dr. Robert Buly , Dr. Struan Coleman und Professor Dr. med. David Murray übernehmen. Für die Bemühungen des Unternehmens, robotergestützte Technologien zur chirurgischen Behandlung von FAI im Hüftbereich zu entwickeln und zu vermarkten, wird der Beirat fortan wichtige klinische Informationen zur Verfügung stellen.

Dr. Buly, behandelnder orthopädischer Fachchirurg am Hospital for Special Surgery in New York, NY, besitzt eine Praxis, die auf gelenkerhaltende Operationen an Hüfte und Knie spezialisiert ist. Er ist Mitglied des Center for Hip Preservation am HSS und hat als Gründungsmitglied der Internationalen Gesellschaft für Hüftarthroskopie (ISHA) neuartige Verfahren zur arthroskopischen Behandlung von Impingement im Hüftbereich vorangetrieben. Dr. Buly wird in aller Welt zu Vorlesungen eingeladen, um seine Verfahren anderen Chirurgen näher zu bringen. Dr. Buly ist überdies als außerordentlicher Professor für klinisch-orthopädische Chirurgie am Weill Medical College der Cornell University tätig und hat sein Masterstudium (MS) in Physiologie an der Penn State University absolviert.

Dr. Coleman, behandelnder orthopädischer Fachchirurg am HSS, ist ein Spezialist auf dem Gebiet der Sportmedizin und führt in erster Linie orthopädische
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