Fiber Matrix Sleeve for Screw Augmentation created with Osteoconductive Demineralized Bone Fibers with Osteoinductive Potential
What is it?
A demineralized bone fiber implant to augment screw fixation.
What is it made of?
Demineralized bone fibers molded into a proprietary tapered shape with depression at top for screw insertion.
100% cortical bone, with no excipients.
Produced in compliance with HCT/P regulations under Title 21 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Part 1271.
How can it be used?
The Fiber AnchorTM can be inserted into a cavity formed in bone prior to insertion of a screw for increased fixation in compromised bone or into the cavity left by a screw for revision surgery.
How does it work?
Enhances immediate fixation strength of screws in compromised bone or revisions. Osteoconductive with osteoinductive potential to stimulate bone formation for long term fixation.
What sizes are available?
5.5 mm x 4 cm
6.5 mm x 4 cm
7.5 mm x 4 cm
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