b.Bone Clinical Applications

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b.Bone suits a wide range of clinical applications and orthopedic procedures.

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PRODUCTS:

Blocks

APPLICATIONS:
  • Articular impaction injuries
  • Defect augmentation
PRODUCTS:

Granules

Cylinders

APPLICATIONS:
  • Semicircuferential defects augmentation
  • Defects
  • Graft expander
PRODUCTS:

Granules

Cylinders

APPLICATIONS:
  • Semicircuferential defects augmentation
  • Defects
  • Graft expander
PRODUCTS:

Granules

Blocks

Wedges

APPLICATIONS:
  • Impaction grafting of acetabulum defects
  • Graft expander for hip revision
  • Impaction injuries acetabulum
  • Iliac crest reconstruction
PRODUCTS:

Granules

Blocks

Wedges

APPLICATIONS:
  • Articular impaction injuries
PRODUCTS:

Granules

Blocks

APPLICATIONS:
  • Medial wall bridging
  • Osteotomies
PRODUCTS:

Granules

Cylinders

APPLICATIONS:
  • Semicircuferential defects augmentation
  • Defects
  • Graft expander
PRODUCTS:

Granules

Blocks

Wedges

APPLICATIONS:
  • ACL revision/reconstruction
  • Articular impaction injuries
  • Femoral medial column defects
  • Osteotomies
PRODUCTS:

Granules

Blocks

Wedges

APPLICATIONS:
  • Defect augmentation
  • Marginal impaction injuries
  • Osteotomies
PRODUCTS:

Granules

Cylinders

APPLICATIONS:
  • Semicircuferential defects augmentation
  • Defects
  • Graft expander
PRODUCTS:

Granules

Blocks

Wedges

APPLICATIONS:
  • Articular impaction injuries
  • Defect augmentation
  • Marginal impaction injuries
  •  Osteotomies

NOTE: The image shows possible applications of the device. It is surgeon’s responsibility to evaluate the use of the most suitable configuration and size.

b.Bone is intended for use as a bone graft for voids or gaps that are not intrinsic to the stability of the bony structure. It is indicated in the treatment of surgically created osseous defects or osseous defects resulting from traumatic injury to the bone.
b.Bone is intended to be implanted into bony voids or gaps of the skeletal system as a bone substitute, in the extremities and pelvis.