BioPoly RS Partial Resurfacing Knee: 2-Year Clinical Results of Patient Outcomes

By Julie A. Vetalice

Two-year clinical results from a study of BioPoly's RS Partial Resurfacing Knee indicate statistically significant and clinically meaningful improvement in knee pain and function.

Compared to microfracture, the 2-year data indicates significantly improved patient outcomes, especially in quality of life and sports measures. Notably, positive outcomes were not age-dependent.

This study data was reported in the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. Longer-term clinical data is being collected for the cohort of patients in this study, and 5-year results will be published.

BioPoly® material behaves like a synthetic, self-lubricating cartilage which may be used to replace only the damaged portion of joints vs. total joint repair. the resurfacing knee and a partial resurfacing shoulder are CE Marked and available in Europe.

Sources: BioPoly LLC; ORTHOWORLD Inc.

Product Labels: Knee Replacement

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