Exovite: Revolutionary treatment for broken bones and assisted surgery

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Medtech startup Exovite combines 3D printing technology and remote treatment to improve rehabilitation of broken bones, and employs mixed reality to assist surgery

Many medtechs are content with developing one sector-disrupting technology before taking it to market. Not Exovite. The startup's ambition propelled it to create a groundbreaking treatment for broken bones for both humans and animals as well as a new tool to assist and speed up tumor surgery via mixed reality (MR) technology. MR technology combines the best of virtual reality and augmented reality technologies. Set up in 2013, the Zaragoza-based medtech is on a roll. It employs different technologies to disrupt two significant areas of treatment: traumatology – the branch of surgery deal...
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