In an article published by the University of Cambridge in 2021, Singapore’s medical technology industry witnessed substantial growth in the past two decades, which could be categorised into four main phases: “Sowing the Seeds”, “Attracting Talents”, “Industrial Alignment”, and “Continued Growth”. — Read more
Losing half of his jaw to cancer didn’t just affect how John Manwaring looked, it meant he had trouble breathing, speaking and eating. — Read more
Target Market Determination as of 10th March 2023 — Read more
Azman Salleh, 52, could not describe his dismay when the doctor explained that his shattered right leg could not be saved and suggested that it be amputated. His mind imagined a dark future with only one leg. Can he work as usual and if not, who will support his family later? (Story in Malay) — Read more
He's like the bionic man but better. Imagine being able to grow your own bone. A Cannon Hill man has done just that by regenerating his skull. The crash survivor's stunning recovery is giving hope to patients around the world. — Read more
A Queenslander, who underwent a world-first implant surgery on his skull, has completed the two-kilometre Noosa Summer Swim. — Read more
When John Manwaring lost a jawbone to cancer two years ago he never expected to become part of a world-first medical marvel. The 58-year-old originally had the jawbone rebuilt with bone from his leg but that disintegrated under further cancer treatment. — Read more
Osteopore will acquire multiple medical distribution businesses that are currently responsible for ~40%-45% of its total sales globally in a move to become cash flow positive and profitable faster. — Read more
Queensland teenager Asha Morris was the first cancer patient in the world to undergo groundbreaking surgery with a 3D printed implant. Today, this inspiring woman is happy, healthy and taking her first steps towards a dream career in medicine. — Read more
In July last year, auxiliary policeman Azman unfortunately fell from the height of the third floor, his right heel bone was completely broken, and he stayed in the hospital for a month and a half. He underwent 11 operations in that short period, but doctors eventually suggested possible amputation. — Read more
Revenue increased 6.6 per cent over Q2 CY22 as Osteopore achieves a record revenue of $S460,684 for Q3 CY22, resulting in the fourth consecutive quarter of revenue growth, and a 164 per cent increase over the previous year’s revenue for Q3 CY21. — Read more
Osteopore received US$360,000 in non-dilutive grant funding from the Government of Chile’s Scientific and Technological Development Support Fund (FONDEF) which provided US$225k, and the University of Chile which provided US$135k toward developing a novel 3D-printable implant that accelerates bone regeneration. — Read more
Osteopore’s products will be incorporated into the Australian Prostheses List in November, providing access to private health insurance holders. — Read more
Three-dimensional printing technology paves the way for healing of bones and tissues. Thanks to new 3D printing technology like the one developed by Osteopore, also known as bioprinting, doctors can now make safe and time-effective implants that suit the patients' requirements. — Read more
While a medical device company creates a 3D printed implant for a young man struggling with a concave chest, a doctor uses 3D printing to visualise and strategise for an upcoming complex surgery. — Read more
SINGAPORE - When Mr Danny Lin fell in a carpark in November 2020, he injured his head so badly that he could remember only slipping into a coma for about 10 days. — Read more
Osteopore delivered strong sales growth and gross margin in Q4, and the lifting of pandemic restrictions will provide the company with strong tailwinds ahead. — Read more
Osteopore (ASX:OSX) has been green lit by Hong Kong’s Medical Device Control System (MDACS), offering the bone healing specialist the perfect staging ground into Greater China. — Read more
Osteopore shares digitalisation initiatives to increase efficiency. — Read more
In a major new development, bone healing company Osteopore (ASX:OSX) has been granted a patent in China for its ‘smart’ 3D biometric scaffolds. — Read more
Medical technology company Singular Health has partnered with innovative Australian scientific research agency CSIRO, on a project that is looking to develop an artificial intelligence-based tool to automatically design replacement “cranial implants” for 3D printing. The company has also entered into a collaboration with ASX-listed Osteopore to validate results of the project. — Read more
At Osteopore, one of our guiding principles is the value of collaboration. We believe that it is foundational to success and are always seeking to learn from and add value to our partners. — Read more
Regenerative implant innovators Osteopore and plastic and reconstructive surgeon Dr Michael Wagels have teamed up to conduct two ground-breaking human clinical trials. — Read more
After revolutionising reconstructive surgeries with regenerative implants that promote natural bone healing and tissue repair, Osteopore International is globalising its devices for broader use in dental, orthopaedic and spinal surgeries. — Read more
Medical technology company Osteopore (ASX: OSX) says the “robust capital position” it ended the June quarter in will enable it to take advantage of an expected increase in elective surgeries. — Read more
After a traumatic accident in 2011, Nadiah binte Mat Ithnin’s life as a young mother was filled with years of pain and struggle, on an uphill battle to recovery. This is her story of hope, and how a revolutionary 3D-printed facial implant developed by Osteopore changed her life. — Read more
A recent article published in the Advance Science magazine discussed research by Monash University that uncovered a new technique to alter the shape of individual stem cells, which could potentially speed up recovery times for bone replacements. — Read more
Medtech company Osteopore (ASX: OSX) will soon have it’s 3D-printed bone regeneration products in the view of major international medical markets through a new collaboration with one of the world’s largest medical companies. — Read more
In December 2017, at just 19 months old, Baby Zia was diagnosed with craniosynostosis, a premature fusion of the skull that is supposed to gradually occur throughout a child’s first six years. — Read more
Brisbane man Brodie Ellis is regrowing his own skull, thanks to a world-first operation using a 3D-printed implant at the Princess Alexandra Hospital. — Read more