QUALITY IMPROVEMENT FOR BONE SURGERY
A problem with drilling in bones is the local risk of overheating. Beyond 47 °C there is a risk that the waste heat will lead to damage in the bone material and implants can not be stabilized in the long term. The invention decouples the drilling from cooling, thus ensuring a better healing process and stable anchoring of implants. Areas of application include, for example, dental and brain surgery or orthopedics . . .
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