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bone healing

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as the extent of regeneration of cells and tissues following bone injury. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.
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Additionally, this intellectual property establishes NovaBone as the only provider of bioactive glass/collagen bone grafting composites where the amount of bone healing glass exceeds 80 percent.
CERAMENT(TM)|G received CE-mark in 2013 and is the first antibiotic eluting bone substitute indicated to promote and protect bone healing in the management of osteomyelitis.
Contract notice: Orthopaedics products (including joint replacement trauma bone cement bone cement mixing devices bone cement removal systems maxillo facial spine lavage systems surgical power tools/accessories arthroscopy orthobiologics ultra sound for bone healing PPE/hoods and togas and tourniquets) .
The results of the small clinical study showed that bone healing was observed in each of the patients after four months and that the CHACC had fully biodegraded after two years.
Objective: This study aims to experimentally investigate the efficiency of Ankaferd Blood Stopper (ABS) on early and long term bone healing and its effects on bone surfaces.
Biomet's product portfolio encompasses large joint reconstructive products, including orthopedic joint replacement devices, and bone cements and accessories; sports medicine, extremities and trauma products, including internal and external orthopedic fixation devices; spine and bone healing products, including spine hardware, spinal stimulation devices, and orthobiologics, as well as electrical bone growth stimulators and softgoods and bracing; dental reconstructive products; and other products, including microfixation products and autologous therapies.
Caption: EBI, LLC, a subsidiary of medical device and implant manufacturer Biomet Spine & Bone Healing Technologies, has signed a 102,000 s/f lease at 399 Jefferson Road in Parsippany, announced Prism Capital Partners, LLC, which owns the Class A office property.
The text serves as a new edition of Ilizarov's "Operative Manual of Ilizarov Techniques" (1993), which is no longer in print, incorporating new developments, modifications, and illustrations, as well as new chapters on Ilizarov; the biomechanics of the fixator, method, and fracture treatment; frame assemblage; the basics of distraction and compression osteogenesis; and criteria of bone healing and fixator removal.
The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery reports that nearly half of orthopedic surgery patients are deficient in vitamin D, a condition that impairs bone healing, muscle function, and surgery recovery.
The acquisition complements our bone healing portfolio and will expand our current presence in spine, orthopedic trauma and dental into new treatment areas including joint reconstruction, foot and ankle, sports medicine and neurosurgery," McGuinness said in a press release.
IT MAY take days to several months for a fractured bone to heal because bone healing is a complex process in which different types of tissues are formed and remodeled.
An overview of the building blocks of osteogenesis is followed by sections covering bone healing and advances in tissue engineering of bone, including growth factors and gene delivery technology.