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Allograft bone substitute AlloWedge®
for orthopedic surgeryrigid

allograft bone substitute
allograft bone substitute
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Characteristics

Type of graft
allograft
Use
for orthopedic surgery
Features
rigid

Description

Extremities RTI offers surgeons biologic options for soft tissue, wound and bone graft needs used in surgical procedures such as chronic wounds and filling of bone void defects. Shaped and sized to strict specifications in controlled clean rooms, implants are processed to ensure safety and efficacy. AlloWedge® Bicortical Allograft Bone AlloWedge® Bicortical Allograft Bone wedges offer surgeons convenient options for approaching opening wedge osteotomies in the foot and ankle. These pre-shaped bicortical allografts are specifically shaped for Evans calcaneal osteotomies and Cotton osteotomies. Convenient size specific grafts and an easy-to-use, all-in-one instrument set reduces prep time and provides all the tools necessary to complete an Evans or Cotton osteotomy. The AlloWedge bicortical grafts are sterilized through the BioCleanse® Tissue Sterilization Process and are terminally sterilized using a validated gamma irradiation dose to achieve a Sterility Assurance Level (SAL) of 10-6. Features & Benefits Sterilization Bicortical edge provides structural support and strength to the graft allowing impaction of the graft into its precise location. Dense cancellous bone provides interconnected porosity to support bone incorporation. The pre-shaped design of the graft decreases the amount of trimming and shaping necessary, saving valuable O.R. time. The AlloWedge instrumentation set contains the tools necessary to complete an Evans calcaneal osteotomy or Cotton osteotomy: Size-specific trials assist in the appropriate graft selection.
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