Towards the bone implant of the future

Recently Prosperos (PRinting PERsonalized orthopaedic implantS) started, a large research project led by the Maastricht  UMC+. Xilloc is a participant in this project that aims to develop biologically active implants that can be adapted to the needs of each individual patient. If successful, this will result in more rapid rehabilitation and a reduction of re-operations. Prosperos is financed within the Interreg V program Vlaanderen-Nederland, a European fund for regional development through cross-border projects for smart, green and inclusive growth.

For the most recent results, click here.