Learning MoRe about MiRus at NASS 2017
MiRus had a big presence at NASS2017 in Orlando, showcasing our spine platform including our
-Proprietary super-alloy Molybdenum-Rhenium ( MoRe )
-EUROPA™ and HYPERION™ Pedicle Screw Systems
-ARIES™, CALLISTO™, CALYPSO™, ANTARES™ Static Interbodies
-IO™ Expandable Interbody
-GALILEO™ Spine Navigation
Manufacturing Facility Opens
MiRus' state of the art manufacturing facility opens with $2.5 million in capital equipment investment.
MiRus, LLC Moves Corporate Offices
MiRus LLC has moved their offices to downtown Atlanta in the Ernst & Young building across from the Georgia Aquarium.
Study Points a Way to Better Implantable Medical Devices
March 20, 2017
New study released: "Researchers have identified a signaling molecule key to the formation of scar tissue surrounding implantable medical devices, a process called fibrosis. Blocking this molecule prevents scar tissue from forming and could help scientists extend the lifespan of many types of implantable medical devices".
Risk-benefit Analysis of Navigation Techniques
New study released: "Malposition rate, both symptomatic and asymptomatic, in spinal surgery is reduced when using CT-guided placement of transpedicular instrumentation compared with placement under fluoroscopic guidance, with radiation values within the safety limits for health".
Ideal cup position is still up for debate
August 29, 2016
New study released: "Current standard rules of combined anteversion prevent prosthetic impingement but ignore osseous contact in total hip arthroplasty".