If you are looking for a new synthetic bone graft that provides great handling AND clinical results, CERASORB Foam (available in Moldable Putty and Flexible Strip) is the answer.
This B-TCP and collagen based synthetic provides great handling options and clinical data, ranging from pre-clinical animal studies to human case studies and prospective study data from peer-reviewed publications.
CERASORB Foam is available in two options:
Flexible Strip is high density with high elasticity. Easily adapts to the void space when hydrated. Provides excellent compression resistance.
Moldable Foam is a low density bioceramic that becomes moldable and malleable when hydrated, and easily conforms to defect space.
ADVANCED: Data. Handling. Results.
Both forms (Moldable Putty and Flexible Strip): NOW available in the United States and Canada.
Looking for published data? We have several studies, among them: pre-clinical animal study demonstrating “advantageous surgical handling properties and faciliated excellent bone regeneration and repair of the critical size defects” (Lopez-Heredia et al, Bioceramics 26 Key Engineering Materials Vol 631 (2015): 426-429.)
Human Data includes case studies as well as a Prospective Trial covering multiple orthopedic indications with patient follow up at 12 months. (Brewil-Wirth, etc al, Application of CERASORB Foam in Orthopaedics–a Prospective Trial, OUP, 2014; 10: 608-6015.)