Special ATR probes for measurements in the MIRACLE project have to be bent for a successful operation using an arthroscopic instrument. The unique design of tiny parts has been developed to create a thin bent ATR Probe for this purpose.
Short summary of the presentation held by Dr. Harold Brommer, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Utrecht University, The Netherlands, at the MIRACLE Project Symposium, “A Bright New Future for Arthroscopy”, EORS Congress, in Rome, 15th of September, 2021.
The MIRACLE Project organized a Symposium, “A Bright New Future for Arthroscopy”, within the 29th Annual Meeting of the European Orthopaedic Research Society (EORS), a reference meeting in the arena of orthopaedics and musculoskeletal research, which occurred in Rome, Italy, between the 15th and 17th of September.
In the MIRACLE project, seven QCL lasers are combined in one probe, which means that the data analysis is only based on seven wavenumber readings. Therefore, updated techniques are required for spectral data quality assessment of sparse raw data.
The Universidade Católica Portuguesa (UCP) through the CBQF research center is working in the development of a suitable business model for the commercialization of the mid-infrared (MIR) arthroscopy device developed in the MIRACLE project.
One of the objectives of MIRACLE project is to contribute to new standardization, so the developed technologies can be absorbed by European industry and potential users and customers can reach a greater level of confidence.
The MIRACLE Consortium is delighted to announce that the MIRACLE Symposium “A Bright New Future for Arthroscopy” will be held on the 15th of September, during the 29th Annual Meeting of the European Orthopaedic Research Society (EORS).