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|Xtant Medical Enters into Licensing Agreement for Sites Medical’s OsteoSync Ti Technology|
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OsteoSync Ti technology is a highly porous titanium scaffold designed to meet the needs of today’s patients from both clinical and economic standpoints. Its high friction coefficient ensures high initial implant stability and its open pore geometry and micro-texturing facilitate superior bone ingrowth. Preclinical testing has demonstrated bone attachment strength nearly twice that of titanium plasma spray and approximately seven times that of PEEK material at the 5-week follow up period, a performance differential that can impact clinical outcomes, especially in spinal fusion patients. OsteoSync Ti technology has also been engineered to reduce the potential for abrasion debris generation during implant insertion, offering an additional measure of safety for the patient. The material is manufactured using highly innovative methods and offers substantial value in today’s cost-conscious healthcare environment.
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About Sites Medical
Sites Medical has recognized the shift in healthcare reimbursement paradigms and is entirely focused on Value-Driven Innovation in orthopedics. With its suite of proprietary orthopedic implant technologies and manufacturing process improvements, Sites aims to deliver improved clinical outcomes and reduced cost to all stakeholders. SITES can further serve the needs of its OEM partners through its Concept-to-Launch capability, where we conduct all necessary R&D activity and use state-of-the-art manufacturing equipment and techniques to deliver the highest quality product. Additional information about the company can be found at www.sitesmedical.com.
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