See how the Surface Pro 4 helps Exovite’s Juan Monzón heal broken bones (video)

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splint2Juan Monzón is CEO of Exovite, a pioneering  Spanish medical technology company which is currently developing a system of 3D splints for orthopaedic rehabilitation. Their system uses a 3D scanner capable of modeling the exact image of the patient’s limb, and through an exclusive software, generates a personalized custom made splint that is printed by a unique 3D printer. Attached to the split is a low-frequency Bluetooth-enabled electrostimulator that due to the splint’s special shape may be used after two weeks of immobilization, and a software that allows the doctor to pause and monitor the treatment from a distance and the patient to follow it from home with maximum comfort and permanent contact with the doctor.

In the video below we see how using a Surface Pro 4 helps Juan be productive as he moves between business meetings and the lab. In fact Juan liked the Surface Pro 4 so much he integrated the tablet into his 3D scanning equipment, integral to his business.

Thanks to their new system, Exovite is able to offer considerable savings in time and costs for all parties involved.

See their technology in action below.

Read more about Exovite here.

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