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Bend Doctor to Teach Knee Surgery in China

May 31, 2007
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During his 12-day trip, Buehler said, he’ll be lecturing about a system he helped develop to incorporate computer-aided navigation in knee replacement surgery. He’ll also be operating at several Chinese hospitals, teaching surgeons there to use the device he has a patent pending on, known as the MIS Navigation Block, that makes knee replacements less invasive, more accurate and longer lasting.
The Bulletin