Are fractured/broken bone screws the same as microchips?

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago
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    Not even close.  Doctors have been using surgical screws to help mend broken bones before the invention of the microchip. 

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  • 2 months ago

    Bone screws are simply screws made of surgical steel that keep your bones in place after a fracture.

    How can that be similar or the same as a microchip?

    Source(s): I'm a RD
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  • 2 months ago

    No they are not.

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    NO  microchips is not the same as  fractured/broken bone screws.

    Now you can chip or crcak a bone. I do know someone who had what was called a micro stress fracture. Of course this was diagnosed abt 24 hours before he actually did completely break his leg. So i guess you can chip a bone small enough to be a "micro" sized chip.

    Ok I still trying to reason why you think a medical screw the same as a electronic chip?

    Unless you are some crazy conspiracy idiot.

    BTW micro chips are an electronic part where as screws are just that a screw.

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