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Implantologie

Tutogen Medical GmbH

As a researching pharmaceutical and medical technology company, we devote all of our knowledge and technical expertise to making biological products available for patient care. What is so special about biological tissue: During the healing process, the human body can convert such transplants into autologous tissue. Our medical products are employed in many cases in surgery and orthopaedics and are seen as a helpful and essential component in the treatment of tissue traumata caused by illness or accident.

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Tutogen Medical GmbH

Industriestr. 6
91077 Neunkirchen am Brand

+49-9134-998

OECHSLER AG

The production of plastic parts for medical equipment requires in-depth knowledge and perfect diligence during production and mounting. In cooperation with our customers we develop components and assemblies for medical equipment like inhalation devices, blood and urine measurement devices and drive systems for hospital equipment. Assemblies that are sensitive to airborne dust are produced manually or fully automatic under clean room conditions. Good manufacturing practices (GMP), traceability and documentation go without saying in all our systems.

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Werner Binder

T-07: Examinations into the manufacture of ceramic-metallic complete implants for dental surgery in powder injection molding - "complete implant"

The aim of this project is to develop a particularly efficient manufacturing process based on powder injection molding to produce one-piece complete implants for dental surgery. The intention is to combine the advantages of a one-piece implant with immediate loading thanks to an exterior parabolic design adapted to mechanical and medical requirements, and with special surface structuring based on micro-grooves and the differing material properties of titanium and zirconium oxide.

Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU)

Founded in 1743, FAU has a rich history. It is a strong research university with an international perspective and one of the largest universities in Germany, with around  39,628 students, 244 degree programmes, 4,000 academic staff (including over 580 professors), 171 million euros (2013) third-party funding, and 500 partnerships with universities all over the world. Teaching at the University is closely linked to research and focuses on training students in both theory and practice to enable them to think critically and work independently.

Universitätsklinikum Erlangen

The world’s state-of-the-art operating theatre, up-to-date equipment, science-based diagnostic and therapeutic procedures: the 42 departments and seven institutes of Universitätsklinikum Erlangen comprehend every field of modern medicine. The university hospital buildings are mainly situated close to the city, alongside the garden of the margrave’s palace and provide more than 1.300 beds.

Teaching, research and medical care are of the highest standard. Research results from Erlangen are setting standards for prevention, diagnostics and therapy.

1. Scientific Seminar of the North-Bavarian Biomaterials Alliance

Herr Prof. Dr. Aldo R. Boccaccini vom Lehrstuhl für Biomaterialien lädt zum "1. Scientific Seminar of the North-Bavarian Biomaterials Alliance" ein. Nähere Informationen entnehmen Sie bitte der beigefügten Anlage.

Peter Brehms Edgar radelt im BVMed-Informationsfilm mit

on 1. December 2011 - 12:42

Der neue Informationsfilm des Bundesverbands Medizintechnologie (BVMed) geht auf das Thema künstlicher Gelenkersatz ein. So wird gezeigt, wie Implantate entwickelt werden und wie künstliche Gelenke entstehen. Mit von der Partie ist ein guter Bekannter aus dem Medical Valley EMN: Edgar, das radelnde Skelett von Peter Brehm. Ausführlich hat das Filmteam auch mit Brehm-Geschäftsführer Marc Michel gesprochen. Unbedingt reinschauen!

 

Foto: Peter Brehm GmbH

Forschungsprojekt OSTEOFIT 2030 mit vielversprechenden Ergebnissen

on 6. September 2011 - 10:18

WEISENDORF – Jährlich werden in Deutschland 400.000 künstliche Gelenke eingesetzt. Hüft- und Kniegelenke sind dabei am häufigsten betroffen, hinzu kommen Schulter-, Ellenbogen- oder Fingergelenke. Die Lebenserwartung der Prothesenträger und der mit der längeren Tragedauer einhergehende Gelenkverschleiß steigen stetig. Gleichzeitig werden die Patienten, die ein Implantat erhalten, immer jünger. Deshalb wachsen die Anforderungen an den Gelenkersatz wie Beweglichkeit, dauerhafte Belastbarkeit und Freiheit bei Sportaktivitäten.