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Binder Biomedical, Inc. Announces the Release of the X-GRAFT(TM) Interspinous Device, as Part of Their QUANTUM(TM) Line of Spinal Allograft Devices, Manufactured at the University of Miami Tissue Bank
Date:4/28/2010

BOCA RATON, Fla. April 28 /PRNewswire/ -- The X-GRAFT™ device is fashioned from solid human cortical bone, and is designed to acutely treat degenerative conditions of the spine. Utilizing the benefits of a minimal-exposure surgical procedure, the X-GRAFT™ is implanted into the interspinous space to provide stabilization of the spine, with minimal disturbance to the surrounding tissue. This is the first to market in a series of minimally invasive devices currently in development at Binder Biomedical and a key component of the MLIFF™ (Minimal - Lumbar, Interspinous, Facet Fusion) procedure.

Lawrence Binder, President of Binder Biomedical, Inc. commented: "The robust patent-pending design of the X-GRAFT™ device makes it an excellent option for stabilization of the lumbar spine following a decompression. The benefits of this system are evident from the favorable feedback we've received from our users. By offering a full range of sizes, as well as a comprehensive set of precision instruments, the X-GRAFT™ device has the unique ability to accommodate varying patient anatomy, while using minimal exposure, and fewer steps than traditional techniques."

The X-GRAFT™ device is procured and manufactured to exacting specifications by the University of Miami Tissue Bank (UMTB). This non-profit organization is the first civilian tissue bank in the U.S. and a university owned and operated tissue bank. UMTB is a comprehensive world-class facility, which conducts rigorous screening, recovery, autopsies, processing and packaging for all donors. Implantation of the 100th X-GRAFT™ is expected by the end of next month. Plans to expand national distributions are already underway, along with a full launch of the X-GRAFT™ device across the U.S. by the third quarter 2010. For more information on the X-GRAFT™ device please contact: sales@bindermed.com

Binder Biomedical, Inc. is a privately held medical device company located in Boca Raton, Florida. Founded on the basis of combining quality engineering with surgeon innovation, BBI provides surgeons with the highest quality medical devices for the treatment of complex orthopedic and neurological spinal disorders. Our development efforts are concentrated on products which incorporate advanced minimal exposure techniques, with the goal of providing better overall patient care. For more information about Binder Biomedical, Inc. please visit their website at:  www.bindermed.com


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