Hip and shoulder replacements are very aggressive surgeries which pose a high number of postoperative complications.

These complications increase the number of treatments patients receive and lengthen hospital stays.

It results in thousands of millions of dollars of extra cost for all the healthcare systems worldwide.

The MIA project was launched in 2015 with the aim to minimize the aggressiveness of such surgeries.

For this purpose, several minimally invasive joint replacement MIA systems have been designed (prosthesis and instrument set).

The first developed MIA system; PARTIAL HIP MIA SYSTEM, aims to minimize the aggressiveness of the treatment in displaced intracapsular hip fractures in patients over 80 years of age