Tyber Medical was granted FDA and MDR clearance for implantable K-Wires and Steinmann Pins made from 316L Stainless Steel and Titanium alloy Ti6AL4V ELI.
Activit-E is a next-generation highly crosslinked polyethylene with vitamin E antioxidant stabilization.
The stable external fixation system is provided as an off-the-shelf solution to treat fractures that result from trauma in the lower and upper limbs.
Blackhawk Ti employs preassembled integrated anchor technology with a cam-locking mechanism and features the BioBond 3D-Printed Titanium porous structure.
This complements the company’s family of lumbar patient-specific interbody fusion devices for anterior, lateral and transforaminal approaches.
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Stryker’s PROstep MIS Lapidus is a new internal fixation system intended for treating bunions using a minimally invasive surgical reduction of hallux valgus deformity.
RevoMotion features the industry’s reportedly smallest diameter threaded baseplate to maximize fixation of the glenoid components.
ATLAS MoRe is reportedly the thinnest plate system on the market for treatment of foot and ankle conditions.
NovaBone Products has launched a first foot and ankle-specific syringe delivery system for its bioactive glass.
The 3D-printed Solar AM device is the latest addition to the DeGen Medical Puri-Ti material portfolio.
Medline UNITE is launching the REFLEX TETRA Nitinol Staple portfolio, its fifth implant family. REFLEX TETRA four-leg staples are designed…
The FDA 510(k) clearance allows surgeons to use OssDsign Catalyst on-label in any interbody cage cleared for use with synthetic bone grafts.
Stryker’s Pangea Systems include applications to address the Femur, Fibula, Tibia, Humerus and Utility.
SiLO TFX MIS Sacroiliac Joint Fixation is intended for sacroiliac joint fusion for conditions including sacroiliac joint disruptions and degenerative sacroiliitis.
The study will follow 20 recipients of an Episealer Talus implant as treatment for osteochondral defects in their ankle joint.
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