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Bioceramic in Medical Technology

MIV Therapeutics Announces Renowned Researcher to Detail Milestone Pre-Clinical Results at Prominent International Conference EuroPCR 2007

...data to advance the technology to human studies. Hydroxyapatite, unlike polymer coatings, is naturally derived and found in such hard tissues and bioceramic materials as human bone and teeth. Research has indicated that MIVT's HAp coatings do not trigger the various adverse and inflammatory reactions that ...
Bioceramic in Medical Products

Egg-Shaped Bioceramic Orbital Implants

Description: Egg-Shaped Bioceramic orbital implants insert easily into orbital socket and will not cling to surrounding tissue. Improved interconnectivity between pores enhances vascularization. Implants may be easily drilled without crumbling....
Company:FCI Ophthalmics Inc.

Mesh-Wrapped Bioceramic Orbital Implant

Description: FCI Ophthalmics has received the FDA approval to market its Mesh-Wrapped Bioceramic Orbital Implant for use in enucleation procedures in the United States. The implant is made of the porous, strong, non-brittle biomaterial alumina (AL2, O3), and features highly uniform interconnected pores of appro...
Company:FCI Ophthalmics Inc.

Bi-Ostetic Slow Resorbtion Bone Filler

Description:...the chemistry and microstructure of Bi-Ostetic to enhance bone regeneration. This formulation provides optimal osteo-conduction. The spongy Bi-Ostetic bioceramic granules with true interconnected porosity resemble cancellous bone chips. The structure enhances osteo-conduction and ensures complete bone in-growth...
Company:Berkeley Advanced Biomaterials

Plasmacup SC

Features:...se of insertion, Biolox forte insert, polyethylene insert. The roughness of the plasmapore surface provides a secure grip on the bone. The choice of a bioceramic inner cup provides a bearing with the lowest coefficient of friction together with minimum wear. This combination is the basis for long term implant s...
Company:B. Braun Medical Inc.
Bioceramic in Biological Technology

Dr Stephan Rietiker Joins BioCeramic Therapeutics

LONDON, January 9 /PRNewswire/ -- UK medical technology company BioCeramic Therapeutics Ltd is delighted to announce that Dr Stephan Rietiker has joined the company's Board of Directors. Dr Rietiker is widely recognized as a leading authority in BioCeramic Therapeutics' targeted sectors, parti...

Sir Richard Sykes Joins BioCeramic Therapeutics as Chairman

Smart Materials Medtech Company Strengthens Board as Lead Products Approach Clinic LONDON, October 27 /PRNewswire/ -- UK medical technology company BioCeramic Therapeutics Ltd is delighted to announce that Sir Richard Sykes has accepted the role of Chairman of its...
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