Biologic Treatment for Early Intervention and Cartilage Repair.

DeNovo NT Graft is a particulated juvenile cartilage implant used for the repair of articular cartilage damage. It is intended to provide surgeons with an early-intervention option for articular cartilage repair.

Procedures

  • Cartilage Repair

Philosophies

  • Biologics

Philosophies

  • Biologics

DeNovo NT Graft is an FDA-listed tissue product used for knee, hip, ankle and shoulder cartilage restoration since 2007 with no reports of graft rejection or disease transmission.

Survivorship at 5 years

85%

in knees.1

Survivorship at 5 years

89%

in ankle.2

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90%

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90%

Body content supporting this data point. Can be two to three lines of copy as needed.

Product Features

Particulated juvenile cartilage implant used for the repair of articular cartilage damage.

Specifications

For any inquiries regarding reimbursement, please contact Zimmer Biomet Reimbursement Hotline: Phone: 1-866-946-0444. Hotline Hours: Monday-Friday, 8am- 5pm, EST

Email: reimbursement@zimmerbiomet.com

 

Benefits

Single-stage Procedure 1

  • Allows for a single-stage procedure with fibrin fixation, eliminating the need for harvesting periosteal flap, tissue or cells from areas of undamaged cartilage*12

Juvenile Allograft Cartilage Advantage

  • Juvenile allograft cartilage contains 10x greater chondrocyte density than adult tissue and does not elicit an allogeneic immune response*22

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