Cortical/Cancellous Chips

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Product Specifications

A natural mix of cortical and cancellous bone chips designed to encourage bi-phasic remodeling

  • Osteoconductive: Natural bone matrix facilitates cell attachment and proliferation, and vascular in-growth
  • Bi-Phasic: Natural mix of cortical and cancellous bone facilitates bi-phasic remodeling
  • Pre-hydrated: Allograft bio-implants featuring Preservon® are stored in a fully-hydrated state at ambient temperatures. Preservon eliminates thawing and re-hydration time, does not require freezer storage, and does not compromise the graft’s inherent osteoconductive properties1
  • Sterile: Sterilized using proprietary and patented Allowash XG® technology which provides a sterility assurance level of 10-6, without compromising the graft’s inherent osteoconductive properties2
  • Versatile: Available in grind sizes of 1-4 mm or 1-8 mm in multiple volumes to meet surgical needs
  • Absorbent: Absorbs and retains bioactive fluids like blood, platelet rich plasma (PRP), and bone marrow aspirate (BMA)
Clinical Application
  • Any surgical application that requires bone void filler 
Freeze-Dried Description Sizing
CC10 Cortical/Cancellous 1 - 8 mm 10 cc
CC1/4 Cortical/Cancellous 1 - 8 mm 20 cc
CC30 Cortical/Cancellous 1 - 8 mm 30 cc
CC1/2 Cortical/Cancellous 1 - 8 mm 40 cc
CC60 Cortical/Cancellous 1 - 8 mm 60 cc
CC90 Cortical/Cancellous 1 - 8 mm 90 cc
Preservon Description Sizing
PCC15 14 Cortical/Cancellous 1 -4 mm 15 cc
PCC30 14 Cortical/Cancellous 1 - 4 mm 30 cc
PCC60 14 Cortical/Cancellous 1 - 4 mm 60 cc
PCC90 14 Cortical/Cancellous 1 - 4 mm 90 cc
PCC10 Cortical/Cancellous 1 - 8 mm 10 cc
PCC15 Cortical/Cancellous 1 - 8 mm 15 cc
PCC1/4 Cortical/Cancellous 1 -8 mm 20 cc
PCC30 Cortical/Cancellous 1- 8 mm 30 cc
PCC1/2 Cortical/Cancellous 1 - 8 mm 40cc
PCC60 Cortical/Cancellous 1 - 8 mm 60 cc
PCC90 Cortical/Cancellous 1- 8 mm 90 cc
References
  1. Independent sources include the Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center and the American Association of Mechanical Engineers. Data of file at LifeNet Health.
  2. Eisenlohr LM. “Allograft Tissue Sterilization Using Allowash XG®.” 2007 Bio-Implants Brief.