Dr. Mark Klaassen from Elkhart. In the last 3 years Madison had heard many good recommendations from Van Horne's customers.
On meeting Dr. Klaassen, he learned that Dr. Klaassen helped develop a new method with Biomet that would use a MRI machine to scan his ankles, knees, and hips. Using the MRI scans, a sophisticated software program would then calculate the precise dimensions needed to make castings of his knees and guides for the bone saw. Since the software program would have the precise dimensions of Madison's knees, it would also be able to figure out how to design the castings and guides so as to correct Madison's life-long bowleggedness. At the time of the surgery, the guides would screw onto his femur and tibia to guide the bone saw and ensure complete accuracy.
The surgery went off well, and now Madison has two straight knees. One week after surgery, he went to his first therapy session at OSMC and was given the go ahead to use a cane instead of his walker. He misses work and hopes to start phasing back soon.
F-a-n-t-a-s-t-i-c ! I was looking for similar projects last week, and now i see this post. I normally use breadboard to do this type of work, with one of these, job will be more easy. I was thinking, and searching others projects to do my own PCB. So, let me try my luck, maybe i can win.ReplyDelete
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