bone paste

bone paste

1. Fragmented bone and fibro-osseous tissue removed by various forms of surgery to the foot.
2. A mineral-rich filler used in open bone and fracture repair.

bone paste

One of several composite materials that can be used to repair defects in bones during orthopedic surgery.
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The bone paste was dried at 105[degrees]C for 6h and then coarsely milled (RT-08HK, Kaichuangtonghe Technology Development Co., Ltd., Beijing China).
Ramakrishna, "Bioresorbable composite bone paste using polysaccharide based nano hydroxyapatite," Biomaterials, vol.
According to its website, PADT has contributed to the development of a heart valve stent, a blood filter device, an implantable pacemaker, a pediatric dentist drill, a bone implant and bone screw, a bone paste delivery device, a heated catheter and a heart valve implant, among others.
Allografts processed by Regeneration include the patented MD-Series threaded bone dowels, Cornerstone-SR blocks, Opteform and Optefil allograft pastes, Osteofil/Regenafil injectable bone paste, FasLata fascia lata tissue, and cortical bone pins and interference screws.
RTI also announced it has agreed to new terms with Medtronic Sofamor Danek (MSD) for an exclusive license and distribution agreement to supply human allograft tissue and bone paste for spine surgery.
MSD will continue to serve as exclusive worldwide distributor for specialty tissue allografts and bone paste processed by RTI for use in spinal surgery.
The mastoid cavity and epitympanum must be obliterated with bone paste, and the perforation is repaired with an underlay graft of fascia.
The latest healing technique is bone paste, a moldable, mineral substitute injected into or applied to fractures.
Allografts processed by Regeneration include the patented MD-Series threaded bone dowels, Cornerstone-SR blocks, Osteofil/Regenafil injectable bone paste, Opteform moldable bone paste, FasLata fascia lata tissue, and cortical bone pins and interference screws.
Revision tympanoplasty, mastoidectomy, and mastoid obliteration, usually with bone paste, can provide definitive relief.
Preliminary results from independent animal studies prove Regeneration Technologies, Inc.'s (Alachua, FL; 904-418-8888) bone paste allografts (patent pending) are osteoinductive, demonstrating the ability to induce new bone growth.
An independent lab in Texas performed the study, which compared the leading bone paste products in the orthopedic industry.