Corentec Co.

Tenan, South Korea

Corentec Co.

Tenan, South Korea
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News Article | May 25, 2017
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The conference, taking place June 22-24, 2017 at the Swissotel in Chicago, IL is expected to bring together over 1,100 ASC thought leaders to discuss topics such as improving profits, managed care contracting, orthopedics, marketing, practice issues, quality, infection control, pain management, anesthesia, medical devices and more. The event will feature the following keynote speakers: Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Surgical Care Affiliates, Andrew Hayek Chief Executive Officer, DuPage Medical Group, Michael A Kasper Desert Institute of Spine Care, Voluntary Professor, Department of Neurosurgery, University of New Mexico School of Medicine, Anthony Yeung, MD Founder, President and Neurosurgeon, NeoSpine, Richard Wohns, MD, JD Spinal Neurosurgeon and Founder/Chairman, SpineNevada, James J. Lynch, MD, FAANS Director, Division of Spine Surgery, Professor, Orthopaedic Surgery, Rush University Medical Center, Frank M. Phillips, MD Former NFL Running Back, Los Angeles Raiders and the Kansas City Chiefs and Analyst, CBS, Marcus Allen Business and Financial News Legend and Host, Fox Business News' Lou Dobbs Tonight, Lou Dobbs Thank you to the conference sponsors: ​Back Pain Centers of America CollectRx Contego Solutions CoreLink DePuy Synthes ECG Management eClinicalWorks Haag STREIT USA HealthCare Appraisers, Inc. LifeSpine Live Oak Bank McKesson Medical Surgical Medline Industries, Inc. Medtronic Meridian Surgical Partners North American Partners in Anesthesia National Medical Billing Services OM1 Paradigm Spine Regent Smith & Nephew Surgial Information Systems Surgical Care Affiliates Surgical Notes United Surgical Partners International Xenco Medical Zero Gravity 1st Providers Choice AAAHC Amgen ASCOA ASCs Inc. ASD Management (Should be the sessi​​ons starting at 1:05 pm) Astura Medical Augustine Temperature Management AxioMed Bankers Healthcare Group BBL Medical Facilities Bolder Healthcare Solutions Cardinal Health Catalyst Partners Centinel CONMED Convergent Ortho Corentec CyraMedX Doctor.com Esaote Experior Healthcare Systems GE Healthcare Global Medical REIT HSTpathways in2itive Business Solutions Institute for Medical Quality Integrity Implants KARL STORZ Endoscopy Lee Medical Lockard Construction MDClarity MedHQ MediGain Practice Management Meditech Spine Medtek National Healthcare Development Natural Scientific Solutions (aka Lenova) NuVasive OJM Group Ortech Data Inc Orthofix PharMEDium PhyBus Physician Partners of America Practice Partners in Healthcare, LLC Providence Medical Technology Provista Purdue Pharma L.P. Rational Surgical Solutions Safe Passage Neuromonitoring Sage Products SeaSpine Shukla Medical SI-Bone Spinal Elements, Inc Spine Wave Spineology Steribite Surgery Partners The Coding Network Vertiflex Wells Fargo Equipment Finance Wenzel Spine


A patient-customized surgical instrument used to form a surgical site in a tibia for implantation of an implant into the tibia, and a surgical module using the same. A body part is coupled to the tibia to surround a portion of the tibia. A cutting-member insertion window is formed through a side of the body part to receive a cutting member that is inserted to form a cutting plane of the tibia. A position setting hole is formed through the upper side of the body part to receive and guide a post recess forming member that is used to form a post recess in the tibia. A post of the tibia element is received in the post recess. A surgical site can be accurately and easily formed in a damaged tibia.


An acetabular cup assembly for an artificial hip joint includes an acetabular cup comprising a seating recess, a female taper formed on an inner wall, protrusion recesses formed to communicate with the seating recess and insertion recesses each positioned inside a corresponding one of the protrusion recesses; and a bearing comprising a male taper on an outer circumference thereof, protrusions inserted into the protrusion recesses, and insertion protruding portions each formed on a corresponding one of the protrusions, the insertion protruding portions being inserted into the insertion recesses. A polyethylene bearing can be firmly fixed to the acetabular cup. When a ceramic bearing made is inserted into the acetabular cup, the area where the bearing adjoins the acetabular cup is increased, thereby preventing the ceramic bearing from being broken. Since no groove is formed along the entire circumference of the acetabular cup, the strength is increased.


Patent
Corentec Co. | Date: 2012-11-30

This invention relates to an artificial knee joint component capable of adjusting alignment or balancing (extension gap and flexion gap) between the tibia and the femur.


Disclosed herein is a method for manufacturing an implant that is to be surgically inserted in vivo, such as in an artificial knee or artificial hip. According to the method, the porous layer contains pores that have a vertically curved shape with a radius of 100 to 300 m, thus allowing a bond to grow into the pores to enhance bond adhesion, and an interconnection space is formed between turning points in adjacent unit base layers to increase the ratio of interconnection between pores, whereby bones are allowed to grow into the pores to increase bone adhesion.


Patent
Corentec Co. | Date: 2016-08-03

A spine fixing apparatus including: a plate fixed to a spine; screws inserted into the spine by being coupled to the plate; a rotation member for rotary motion at a predetermined location between the screws; and sliding members provided at opposite sides of the rotation member and disposed between the rotation member and the screws. The rotation member can push the sliding members such that the sliding members rectilinearly move to cover upper surfaces of the screws. The spine fixing apparatus can facilitate the locking and unlocking of the screws by switching between lock and unlock modes, and can be firmly fixed to a spine. The plate has a window that enables an operator to identify a surgical region with naked eye. The window also allows the operator to easily bend the plate into a suitable shape for a patients spine, and closely fix the plate to the spine.


A device for positioning a knee joint line for revision total knee arthroplasty. In revision total knee arthroplasty, the position of the joint line of an existing femoral element is measured before the existing femoral element is removed from the femur in revision total knee arthroplasty. A new femoral element is implanted according to the measured position of the joint line. The joint line is formed at the same position as the joint line of the other leg. The position of the surface of the femur to be cut is determined based on the position of the joint line when a loss or the like in the femur must be compensated for by implanting a block between the femur and the femoral element.


A patient-customized surgical instrument used to form a surgical site in a tibia for implantation of an implant into the tibia, and a surgical module using the same. A body part is coupled to the tibia to surround a portion of the tibia. A cutting-member insertion window is formed through a side of the body part to receive a cutting member that is inserted to form a cutting plane of the tibia. A position setting hole is formed through the upper side of the body part to receive and guide a post recess forming member that is used to form a post recess in the tibia. A post of the tibia element is received in the post recess. A surgical site can be accurately and easily formed in a damaged tibia.


The present invention relates to an implant which is surgically inserted in vivo such as an artificial knee joint or artificial hip joint. More particularly, the present invention relates to an implant for in-vivo insertion, wherein the porosity of a porous coating layer formed on the surface of the implant, thus increasing the bone adhesion of the implant into pores, the adhesivity between the implant and the porous coating layer and the adhesivity between particles in the porous coating layer, wherein vertically-curved pores each having a radius of 100 - 300 m are formed in the porous coating layer to increase the adhesivity of the implant to the bone growing into the pores, thus increasing bone adhesion, and wherein the ratio of interconnected pores in the porous coating layer is increased, and thus bones growing into the pores are interconnected, thereby increasing the adhesivity between the implant and the bones.


Patent
Corentec Co. | Date: 2015-07-09

A spine fixing apparatus including: a plate fixed to a spine; screws inserted into the spine by being coupled to the plate; a rotation member for rotary motion at a predetermined location between the screws; and sliding members provided at opposite sides of the rotation member and disposed between the rotation member and the screws. The rotation member can push the sliding members such that the sliding members rectilinearly move to cover upper surfaces of the screws. The spine fixing apparatus can facilitate the locking and unlocking of the screws by switching between lock and unlock modes, and can be firmly fixed to a spine. The plate has a window that enables an operator to identify a surgical region with naked eye. The window also allows the operator to easily bend the plate into a suitable shape for a patients spine, and closely fix the plate to the spine.

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