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His first case series is described in "Salvage of contaminated cranial bone flap autografts using OsteoCleanse[sup.
Complete clinical union at 24 weeks following surgery for GEM OS1 and autograft was 85% and 100%, respectively.
Our near-term commercial business is based on our VITOSS([R]) Bone Graft Substitute technology platforms, which are designed to address the non-structural bone graft market by offering synthetic alternatives to the use of autograft or cadaver-based bone material, and VITAGEL([R]) Surgical Hemostat, which is an adherent matrix and an impermeable barrier to blood flow.
autograft for single-level instrumented ACDF procedures inside of a structural allograft ring.
Application is supported by data from a pivotal clinical trial demonstrating that i-FACTOR bone graft can be used as an alternative to autograft harvesting in certain procedures.
The study is designed to demonstrate non-inferiority between Augment Bone Graft and autograft.
The product was recently approved by Health Canada for use as an alternative to autograft in foot and ankle fusion surgery.
Philippe Lauweryns, orthopedic surgeon at Sint-Trudo Ziekenhuis hospital in Belgium, concluded i-FACTOR(TM) biologic bone graft may be a viable alternative to autograft in PLIF procedures.
The Company will host a conference call and audio webcast to discuss the 52 week North American and EU data and autograft cost study at 10:30 a.
Final data from the Company's recently completed phase III pivotal clinical trial comparing Augment[TM] Bone Graft to autograft in hindfoot and ankle fusions will be reviewed by Dr.
1, 2] It is a safe alternative to bone autograft that minimizes the potential for harvest site co-morbidities[sup.
Consistent with previous data, these results demonstrate that, when combined with tissue specific matrices, rhPDGF-BB is equivalent to autograft without the associated complications and has the potential to stimulate healing in a broad array of indications.