Demineralized Bone Fiber Sheet with FiberLokTM in a Versatile Graft Containment Form
What is it?
Demineralized Bone Fiber Sheet.
What is it made of?
Demineralized bone fibers molded into a 1mm thick sheet with FiberLokTM technology.
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 lyophilized sheet may be rehydrated with saline or the patient’s blood or bone marrow creating a flexible sheet that can be manipulated by the surgeon. The Fiber WrapTM can be utilized in many ways at the surgeon’s discretion:
As a versatile lower profile alternative to boats for PLF procedures.
Rolled up with autograft to make a “cigar” that can be laid in the posterolateral gutters for PLF.
Periosteum replacement in trauma applications to contain bone fragments / graft. • TJR (acetabular reconstruction).
As a bone bandage.
How does it work?
The Fiber BulletsTM swell as they hydrate, forming an entangled mass that resists migration and enhances the ability to fill defects completely, e.g. to achieve endplate to endplate contact, which is important to achieving fusion.
What sizes are available?
5 x 0.5 cc Bullets
10 x 0.5 cc Bullets
Other patents pending