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Over 600 Surgeons Certified to use TruFUSE(R) to Treat Back Pain Sufferers
Date:11/27/2007

ents. Only one of the seven migration cases required revision surgery for recurrence of back pain. There were no serious complications noted.

TruFUSE represents a new surgical option for many back pain sufferers who do not yet qualify for major surgery. It may be used to treat a variety of back problems, including augmentation of other procedures for any location from C2-C3 to L5-S1. Compared to many existing methods, TruFUSE is generally less invasive, less destructive, less complicated, less expensive and subjects the patients to relatively minimal risk.

TruFUSE has been used on select patients since March 2006, and went into limited distribution in August 2006.

For more information on TruFUSE, please visit the Web site at http://www.trufuse.com or call (813) 318-0565 ext. 216.


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