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

Application

  • Knee
  • Hip
  • Ankle
  • Shoulder

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

Specifications

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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

Juvenile Allograft Cartilage Advantage

  • Juvenile allograft cartilage contains 10x greater chondrocyte density than adult tissue and does not elicit an allogeneic immune response3-5*

Additional Information

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