Navigation Links
Bone Solutions Inc. Launches OsteoCrete® Magnesium-Based Bone Void Filler
Date:9/19/2017

Bone Solutions Inc. (BSI), an orthobiologics technology company located in Colleyville, TX, announces the launch of its magnesium-based orthopedic medical device, OsteoCrete®. OsteoCrete® bone void filler is designed to assist with bone repair and generation, and it’s the first in the U.S. to incorporate magnesium, a critical property for bone health and development.

“We’re excited to bring this important orthopedic technological advancement to the market,” says BSI president and CEO, Drew Diaz. “OsteoCrete® provides surgeons a much-needed option currently not available, as it’s the only bone-repair product made with magnesium.”

“Many modern devices used for bone repair or replacement are calcium-based and do not exhibit a combination of compressive strength and expandability necessary for optimal binding quality,” Diaz stated. OsteoCrete® is also resorbable, or capable of being assimilated back into the body, as it is replaced with bone as the patient heals. OsteoCrete® is also injectable, moldable, and biocompatible.

Magnesium contains high specific strength and an elastic modulus that closely resembles human bone. Most of the magnesium in the body (60%) is stored in bone and helps to preserve and develop bone structure by working with Vitamin D and calcium. Its effectiveness was a key component of BSI’s approach to developing its OsteoCrete® technology.

The FDA has cleared this orthopedic platform technology for use in bone-related surgical procedures ranging from complex sport-related injuries to all musculoskeletal extremities trauma cases.

“We’ve been fortunate to have surgeons test OsteoCrete® in various studies, and they were impressed about its positive effects and performance. It’s an incredible development for both patients and surgeons,” Diaz stated.

OsteoCrete® is currently being distributed to clinics and surgical centers around the country for immediate use.

About Bone Solutions Inc.
Bone Solutions Inc. (‘BSI’) (http://www.bonesolutionsinc.com) is an orthobiologics company with a vision to provide orthopedic surgeons a means to improve clinical outcomes in a number of complex procedures while lowering costs. The company is revolutionizing a new solution for orthopedic surgeons for human uses with their FDA-cleared magnesium-based platform bone void filler.

Media Contact:
Bone Solutions Inc.:
Drew Diaz
President/CEO
817-809-8850
diaz(at)bonesolutions.net

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2017/09/prweb14708189.htm.


'/>"/>
Source: PRWeb
Copyright©2017 Vocus, Inc.
All rights reserved


Related medicine news :

1. The Right Solutions Launches $500 Reimbursement Bonus Program
2. Colocation Market (Solutions, End-Users, Verticals, Region, Demand and Supply) Worth $43.34 Billion by 2018 - New Report by MarketsandMarkets
3. MobilityWorks Hosts Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for New Oakland Facility to Help People With Disabilities Find Mobility Solutions
4. Vena Solutions: A PwC Up-and-Coming Technology Company and Winner of the People’s Choice Award
5. European Market for Multiparameter Patient Monitoring Solutions
6. Website Solutions Company Announces Website for Health Equity Research at Texas A&M University
7. New center to deliver research-based solutions to rising health care costs
8. Vena Solutions is a Winner of Deloitte’s 2013 Companies-to-Watch Award
9. MDWebPro, Powered by Digital Solutions, Announces the Beginning of Local Search Month During November
10. Chesapeake Medical Solutions Hires New Chief Executive Officer
11. Amidst Increases of Dropped Health Care Plans Nationwide, Lanahan Insurance Recommends Partnering with Agency for Health Insurance Solutions
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:4/18/2019)... ... April 18, 2019 , ... She went from learning disabled to honor ... her mother, Cheryl Reilly. Those “goofy tests,” performed by Deborah Zelinsky, O.D. , ... years old, had such narrow range of visual awareness, she could only see what ...
(Date:4/17/2019)... ... April 17, 2019 , ... With Fentanyl overdose deaths continuing to ... curb the death toll by looking for an alternative to naloxone. Researchers are presenting ... Exposition this week. , Naloxone (often known by the name brand Narcan) has been ...
(Date:4/17/2019)... ... April 17, 2019 , ... The ... new initiative this April to designate April 19th as World IBS Day to ... research & healthcare professionals in their pursuit to find treatments. Irritable Bowel Syndrome ...
(Date:4/17/2019)... (PRWEB) , ... April 17, 2019 , ... ... focus on advances in revolutionary diagnostic technologies. This episode is scheduled to air ... In this segment, Innovations will focus on Credo Biomedical Pte. Ltd. (Credo Biomedical), ...
(Date:4/17/2019)... Calif. (PRWEB) , ... April 17, 2019 , ... Student-athletes ... edge thanks to a 2019 Thomas R. Brown Athletics Grant from California ... equipment, improve player safety, and provide uniforms. , The grant is named for ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):
(Date:4/18/2019)... ... April 18, 2019 , ... ChronWell, ... it has been invited to participate in the inaugural “RIMS Tech, the Insurtech ... coming to Boston April 28th through May 1st. , The competition, which ...
(Date:4/18/2019)... ... April 18, 2019 , ... ... shaping Cultural Beliefs®, and solving Accountability Gaps, and that is now introducing cutting-edge ... team as a service provider to the FDA. This award, estimated at ...
(Date:4/17/2019)... ... April 17, 2019 , ... Salt Lake Community ... Doctorate recipients. They will receive their degrees at SLCC’s May 3 Commencement at the ... executive vice president over Corporate Affairs and Miller Family Philanthropy. Richards is president and ...
Breaking Medicine Technology: