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Graft

An informal term for bribery.
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Prosidyan was founded in 2009 to develop a family of synthetic bioactive bone graft substitutes based on microscopic fibers of bioactive glass.
The PMA approval is driven by data from a pivotal clinical trial comparing i-FACTOR bone graft to autograft in ACDF procedures.
i-FACTOR bone graft is the only biologic bone graft that utilizes a small peptide as an attachment factor intended to stimulate the natural bone healing process resulting in safe, predictable bone formation at a fraction of the cost of growth factors.
Kuraray Medical is positioning this product as a cornerstone of its efforts to develop the artificial bone graft market.
Infuse Bone Graft is the only bone graft replacement to receive a US Pre-Market Approval from the FDA specifically for use in lumbar spinal fusion procedures to treat degenerative disc disease.
Within the orthopedic field, however, spinal fusion surgeries are the largest driver of bone graft and bone graft substitute usage.
In addition to the German trial, Aastrom says it is planning further trials and has submitted its lead bone graft trial plan to the FDA.
Through its subsidiaries, the company researches, develops, manufactures and commercialize bone graft substitutes and other high tech patented biomaterials in a number of countries outside the United States.
The total Latin American market for dental bone graft substitutes and dental membranes is expected to grow at a CAGR of 17.
The bone graft substitute market consists of allograft, demineralized bone matrix and synthetic materials.
Six months later, in October 1996, the patient underwent open surgery for nasal reconstruction with a cranial bone graft.