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Think Twice. Fuse Once.

Planning for biologic fusion is as important as planning for stabilization. Bone grafting should not be an afterthought.
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FIRST CHANCE, BEST CHANCE

Consider your bone graft options and give your patients their best chance for fusion, the first time.

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BIOLOGICS INFORMATION REQUEST

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THINK: PATIENT, PROCEDURE, AND SITE CHALLENGE

Challenge of Patient
Patients have different comorbidities such as diabetes, age, smoking, etc.

Challenge of Site

  • Blood supply – Does your patient have scar tissue and disrupted access to nutrients of blood supply?
  • Does the site have inoculation with bacteria such as in open trauma cases?
  • Does the site have poor access to cells due to treatments such as radiation therapy?
  • Are you able to adequately decorticate the site to provide adequate access to bone forming cells, that will aid in healing?

Challenge of Procedure

  • Do you have adequate access to local bone autograft?
  • In tumor situations, local bone autograft may not be suitable.
  • Do you need just bone void fillers/extenders or do you need an autograft replacement?

THINK: PORTFOLIO, NOT PRODUCT

Your patients’ needs define your product choice.

Why do you need multiple bone grafting options? You need grafting options that support the level of activity required for the challenge of patient/site/procedure.

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