Radboudumc and partners Spin-off companies ATRO Medical BV ATRO Medical's meniscus prothesis receives FDA Breakthrough Designation

22 January 2020

Osteoarthritis is one of the leading causes of disability in Europe and the US. The Trammpolin meniscus is an implant that aims at reducing knee pain and improve mobility. The focus of the Breakthrough Device Designation program is to accelerate access for patients and caregivers to effective medical innovation. The meniscus implant will receive priority in upcoming FDA evaluations.

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