Technique of STACi

STACi is a procedure to repair a large cartilage defect in the knee, where patient's cartilage cells and bone marrow are mixed in the operating room and embedded onto a scaffold and glued over the defect.

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CLINICAL PUBLICATIONS

Regenerative Medicine: A Review of the Evolution of Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation (ACI) Therapy. Davies RL and Kuiper NJ. Bioengineering (Basel). 2019 Mar; 6(1): 22.


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WEBINAR REPLAY

Professor Paul Lee discusses "ACi ten years on"

Orthopaedic and sports medicine specialist, Professor Paul Lee, discusses the way in which ACI has progressed over the last decade.


*Please note that this is a replay of a live event. Questions were asked and answered during the original event, but there is no live moderator during this replay.


 

WEBINAR REPLAY

Professor Paul Lee discusses "ACi ten years on"

Orthopaedic and sports medicine specialist, Professor Paul Lee, discusses the way in which ACI has progressed over the last decade.

 

*Please note that this is a replay of a live event. Questions were asked and answered during the original event, but there is no live moderator during this replay.

 


 

CLINICAL PUBLICATIONS

Autologous chondrocyte implantation in the knee: systematic review and economic evaluation. Mistry H, Connock M, Pink J, Shyangdan D, Clar C, Royle P, Court R, Biant LC, Metcalfe A and Waugh N. Health Technol Assess. 2017 Feb;21(6):1-294. doi: 10.3310/hta21060.


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