DBM in a Natural Carrier Designed to Provide Preferred Handling and Growth Factors.
The natural quality of the carrier and its outstanding containment and handling characteristics enable the surgeon to mold it to surgical sites, even in the presence of excessive fluids and under lavage.
0.5cc, 1cc, 2cc, 5cc 35% DBM content by weight.
10cc 40% DBM content by weight.
2cc, 5cc, 10cc 35% DBM content by weight and premixed with resorbable coralline hydroxyapatite/calcium carbonate granules.
2cc, 5cc, 10cc, supplied in an open bore syringe.
The Zimmer Biomet Spine Biologics portfolio encompasses a full range of bone graft materials to suit a variety of surgical needs.
Puros® DBM with Reverse Phase Medium
With a variety of options, the Puros family of products can stimulate natural bone formation and assist in the healing process. Used alone or as a bone graft extender, Puros DBM allografts provide osteoconductive and osteoinductive properties, convenient handling and graft containment, and are provided ready to use.
PrimaGen Advanced® Allograft
PrimaGen Advanced Allograft is a fresh frozen allograft, which is cryopreserved and processed using a proprietary processing method to retain endogenous components of the native bone that support bone healing. It possesses all three components of the bone healing triad: osteoconductivity, osteoinductivity, and osteogenicity. The combination of morselized cancellous bone and demineralized cortical bone provides a bone grafting scaffold.2
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- Data on File. Internal Test Report TR-0428.
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