Tricortical Cancellous Wedge - Parallel

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Product Specifications

MatriGRAFT®

MatriGRAFT® Designed to provide immediate structural support for Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion (ADCF) procedures

  • Convenience: Pre-sized implants to fit a variety of applications and minimize prep time in the operating room
  • Osteoconductive: Natural osteoconductive scaffold allows for cellular attachment and vascular in-growth
  • 100% Human Bone: Will remodel alongside patient’s own tissue during healing process
  • Sterile: Sterilized using proprietary and patented Allowash XG® technology. This technology provides a sterility assurance level of 10-6, without compromising the implant’s inherent osteoconductive properties1
  • Pre-Hydrated, Ambient Storage Available: This implant features Preservon®, a proprietary, glycerol-based preservation technology that allows allograft bio-implants to be stored in a fully hydrated state at ambient temperature. Preservon® eliminates lengthy rehydrating times, and does not require freezer storage2
Clinical Application
  • Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion (ACDF)
Preservon Description Sizing
PTCWP10 Tricortical Cancellous Wedge H = 10 mm
PTCWP11 Tricortical Cancellous Wedge H = 11 mm
PTCWP12 Tricortical Cancellous Wedge H = 12 mm
PTCWP5 Tricortical Cancellous Wedge H = 5 mm
PTCWP6 Tricortical Cancellous Wedge H = 6 mm
PTCWP7 Tricortical Cancellous Wedge H = 7 mm
PTCWP8 Tricortical Cancellous Wedge H = 8 mm
PTCWP9 Tricortical Cancellous Wedge H = 9 mm
Freeze-Dried Description Sizing
TCWP5 Tricortical Cancellous Wedge H = 5 mm
TCWP6 Tricortical Cancellous Wedge H = 6 mm
TCWP7 Tricortical Cancellous Wedge H = 7 mm
TCWP8 Tricortical Cancellous Wedge H = 8 mm
TCWP9 Tricortical Cancellous Wedge H = 9 mm
TCWP10 Tricortical Cancellous Wedge H = 10 mm
TCWP11 Tricortical Cancellous Wedge H = 11 mm
TCWP12 Tricortical Cancellous Wedge H = 12 mm
References
  1. Independent sources include the Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center and the American Association of Mechanical Engineers.
  2. Rodway I, and Gander J. Comparison of Fusion Rates between Glycerol-Preserved and Frozen Composite Allografts in Cervical Fusion. International Scholarly Research Notices. 2014; 2014:960142.