Bacterin's bone graft yields positive results in arthrodesis study

03/31/2014 |

A study in the journal Orthopedics found that patients who received foot and ankle arthrodesis using Bacterin's OsteoSponge bone graft achieved an overall fusion rate of 97.4% at six and 12 months after surgery. Patients also showed statistically significant improvements in pain scores at six and 12 months after the procedure, compared with pain scores measured before surgery.

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