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OSStaple™ Dynamic Compression Staple

ProductsOSStaple™ Dynamic Compression Staple
Company Biomedical Enterprises
Item OSStaple™ Dynamic Compression Staple
Features 
  • Utilizes an electrical heating controlled shape memory phenomenon
  • Only product of this type in the U.S. market
  • Used for fracture fixation or arthrodesis in the hand, foot and ankle, repair of oral/maxillofacial fractures, general fracture fragment fixation, skull and also for ligament reattachment
  • Faster bone healing
  • Distributed with a 12-component instrument set which includes an electronic current source that is safety and quality approved for BME by Underwriter Laboratories
  • Description OSStaple™ Dynamic Compression Staple is a novel shape memory alloy bone staple and plate formed from Nitinol alloy. Because of its Nitinol construction, the prongs of the staple can be made to deflect in bone upon application of a heating current. This results in the unique ability to speed the healing response of bone and cause adjustable compression across the fracture or fusion site during surgery as is demonstrated below:
    Info Biomedical Enterprises
    Customer Service: (800) 880-6528
    Web site: http://www.bme-tx.com/

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