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Orthos also has a range of proprietary orthobiologic products focused on skeletal defect repair and spinal fusion either on sale or in development.
Orthos chairman and Corin Group founder, Peter Gibson, said: "Synthetic bone substitutes are increasingly being used surgically.
"Orthos' product range already includes a number of products with regulatory approval and global revenues, such as our OsteoBoost bone marrow aspiration kit.
"Finance Wales' investment comes at an exciting stage in Orthos' development and will enable us to expand our range of products by accelerating the commercialisation of additional products.
Orthos now plans to enter the rapidly-growing vertebral compression fracture market with an estimated 700,000 fractures per year in the US and 850,000 per year in Europe.
Contact: Orthos (Engineering) Ltd, tel: 0858 464246; e-mail: sales@orthos.uk.com or visit www.orthos.uk.com
Orthos (Engineering) Ltd report that a new range of mixers, for use with plastics-lined bulk containers containing liquids or solid/liquid suspensions, is now available in the UK from Orthos of Fernie Road, Market Harborough, Leicestershire, tel:0185 846 4246.
These universal mount models, marketed hitherto for bulk drum mixing, were often inadequate for viscous, solid suspensions and special applications, according to Orthos' principals, EMI Technology Group of Connecticut, USA.
Not only does the new Ottobock Ortho Shape wheelchair back to provide Jack Dunn with needed postural support, it also gives him more freedom of movement.
DigitalGlobe (NYSE: DGI), a leading global content provider of high-resolution earth imagery solutions, today announced the availability of its new Advanced Ortho Series of products.