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BioMedical Enterprises, Inc. (BME) Introduces the HammerLock™ Shape Memory Device for Hammertoes.
Date:10/18/2010

Vay.  "It is easy to implant and comes in a variety of sizes to better suit each patient.  The superior design provides better compressive capabilities compared to others on the market."

Mr. Keith M Peeples, President and CEO of BME stated, "Patients and surgeons have asked for another new intramedullary device for the treatment of hammertoes and the BME HammerLock™ has proven to be an excellent next step.  This is the first of many new products being delivered from the BME drawing board."

BioMedical Enterprises, Inc., (BME) originally founded as a biomedical research firm specializing in bone healing, is now a reconstructive bone fusion product company and the worldwide leader in the understanding of memory metal and its orthopedic applications.  BME was the first company to introduce above body temperature shape changing memory metal staples to the U.S., the first to develop and patent a method of controlling their compressive forces and the only U.S.-based memory metal small bone implant manufacturer.  For more information, visit www.bmeortho.com.


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