The company began in 2013, treating canine cranial cruciate ligament disease using 3D printed titanium implants, focusing on fewer complications, faster convalescence and better patient outcomes.
Over time, as OssAbility built that client base, they saw that implants were only a very small part of the solution and the real potential was “how do we do it?”.
The company began to focus more on how the veterinary surgeon approaches the procedure, the systemisation of surgery, how we can augment their ability through engineering technology rather than the surgical base.”
This morphed into an approach based around surgical intelligence, decision support, augmentation of surgical skills and patient assessment where they could say, “Well, a patient like yours will get well in this way.”
Q major focus is meeting what the market is crying out for – streamlining a lot of the manual aspects of surgery using technology such as using cloud-based platforms, interpretation through machine learning and hands-on workshops, all contributing to making surgery more accurate and more cost-effective.
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