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Xtant Medical to Feature Product Portfolio at the 2017 North American Spine Society Annual Meeting
The exhibit will feature Xtant Medical’s combined portfolio of hardware and biologic product families, including the recently approved Xsert Expandable Interbody Device, as well as porous interbody implants currently in development through its license agreement announced in May. Xtant Medical will also feature its premier OsteoSponge product line, 3Demin fiber technology, OsteoVive viable cell allograft, in addition to OsteoSelect DBM Putty formulations, and other biologic scaffolds. Silex, Irix-A, Irix-C, Certex, and other hardware product lines will also be on display.
This will mark the Company’s 13th year as a NASS exhibitor, a platform used for connecting with current and new customers and partners, including surgeons, distributors, investors, analysts, and suppliers. For any questions pertaining to the exhibit or the cadaveric product demonstration during NASS, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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