Capset

Capset

A proprietary formulation of calcium sulphate which is applied to long bone or the jaw after a bone graft procedure to keep the grafted bone or bone substitute from migrating, as well as prevent unwanted tissue formation before the grafted material has had time to integrate and heal.
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CAPSET I is the Marine Expeditionary Force (MEF)-level combat operation center, or I MEF COC used during Operation Iraqi Freedom
CAPSET II is the MEF's major subordinate command-level (MSC-level) COC, such as the Marine Aircraft Wing.
CAPSET III is the regimental, air group and logistic group-level COC.
CAPSET V is the term for C2 requirements below the battalion and squadron-level COC and represents the integration of requirements down to the individual Marine.
MAGTF C2 CAPSETS address the need to support the operational command and control requirements specific to the expeditionary needs of the MAGTF.
Common, modular and scalable CAPSETS will alleviate the need for continual training on disparate systems, as well as reducing maintenance, repair and replacement part costs, and they support the ability to "fix forward.
CAPSET Barrier was previously limited to serving as a retention cap for loose bone particles during the repair of bone defects.