US FDA 510(k) clearance paves the way for an innovative orthopaedic product that offers the potential to improve bone apposition and, as a consequence, patient outcomes 1-3
Faster time-to-market for innovative medical devices through streamlined device- development strategies that consider the total costs of care
Partnering with Invibio Biomaterial Solutions enabled the acceleration of the submission process; FDA 510(k) clearance expected in Q4 2017
New Research in the field of implants: Results reported at the latest International PEEK Meeting reveal gathering momentum in the use of PEEK polymer in trauma implants and the future potential for the additive manufacturing.
Ellington´s fight to get back on track with a new fracture healing technology after being severely injured in a motorbike accident earlier this year and inspiring fellow patients with his passion...
China-based surgeons attended a joint surgical event, planned by NASS and CAOS in May in Guangzhou, and witnessed a live demonstration of China’s Double Medical’s DLIF cage for spinal fusion
Dedicated medical “International PEEK Meeting” in Washington, D.C. to focus on advances, clinical research, material and technology updates in spine, dental, trauma and arthroscopic implants
High performance polymer dental prosthetic device can potentially enable improved patient quality of life(1) and efficiencies compared to metal.
The new category opens the door for semi-rigid devices such as PEEK rods to become available through the FDA 510(k) regulatory pathway.
Clinical results presented at the North American Spine Society (NASS) 2016 annual meeting indicate potential patient benefits and reveal specific improvements in overall pain and neurological function.