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Product Handling

SURGEON PREFERRED HANDLING

Intraoperative handling is an important feature of bone graft products.  Based on the surgical application, surgeons will use a variety of techniques and graft combinations.

Biogennix advanced bone graft products provide surgeons with a variety of options that can be easily incorporated into their current bone graft technique.

Moldable

Morpheus and Agilon Moldable bone grafting products offer first-class intraoperative handling, outmatched in the industry.  TrelCor granules are suspended in an organic binder, allowing the graft to be molded into the desired shape.  The fully absorbable binder is resistant to irrigation which offers excellent graft containment intraoperatively.

Biogennix moldable bone grafting products can be mixed and blended with other materials such as autograft without sacrificing consistency or sticking to surgical gloves.  Biogennix moldable bone grafting products offer the utmost versatility for bone grafting procedures.

Blocks

The osteoSPAN Fusion Kits were specifically designed for posterolateral fusion, but can also be used in general orthopedic graft applications where a block form is desired.  osteoSPAN Fusion Kits consist of two 40mm long, rectangular blocks. In the spine, the Fusion Kits are intended to be mixed with autograft and will provide a continuous graft across the transverse processes.  The blocks are easy to implant and can be directly placed at the graft site.

Granules

osteoSPAN Granules (1-4mm) are specifically designed for packing into contained bone defects.  Due to their internal porosity, the granules can be tightly packed into a bone defect while allowing for bone in-growth throughout the entire graft area.  The granules are compression resistant and are compatible with impaction grafting techniques.  They can also be easily mixed with autograft.

Why do surgeons love the handling of Biogennix moldable bone grafting products?

Why do surgeons love the handling of Biogennix moldable bone grafting products?

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