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PROVIDERS

 

NanoBone  is a bone graft substitute consisting of nanocrystals of hydroxyapatite (HA) bioidentical to human bone, dispersed in an amorphous silica gel matrix (ASG).

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NanoBone  Technology

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HA

  • Bioidentical to human bone 

  • Forms a composite with ASG 

  • NanoBone HA has 40x surface area of other HA-based bone grafts

ASG 

  • Initiates Clotting Factor XII 

  • Triggers angiogenesis and new bone formation

  • Rapidly replaced by an autologous organic matrix

Autologous organic matrix initiates cell-mediated bone formation and resorption

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"I have complete confidence in arthrodesis achieved in a timely fashion with NanoBone with no threat of overgrowth or reactive airway marrow soft tissue associated with the biologics.”

Michael Schneier, MD, 

Neurosurgical Consulting,

Las Vegas, NV

FEATURED CASE STUDIES

Scoliosis Fusion - Hoernschemeyer

Scoliosis Fusion - Hoernschemeyer

Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis treated with posterior fusion and NanoBone

Foot reconstruction - McAlister

Foot reconstruction - McAlister

Surgical repair of failed cavovarus foot reconstruction

Post Cervical Fusion - Udani

Post Cervical Fusion - Udani

Posterolateral use of nanocrystalline hydroxyapatite in prior multilevel ACDF patient

 

FEATURED CLINICAL ABSTRACT SUMMARIES

 
Wang, W., et al., 
Bone grafts and biomaterials substitutes for bone defect repair: A review.
Bioactive Materials. 
2017; 2(4), 
224-247.

Wang, W., et al.,
Bone grafts and biomaterials substitutes for bone defect repair: A review.
Bioactive Materials.
2017; 2(4),
224-247.

Abedi, A. et al., Examination of the Role of Cells in Commercially Available Cellular Allografts in Spine Fusion. An in Vivo Animal Study, The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. 2020; 102(24):p e135.

Abedi, A. et al., Examination of the Role of Cells in Commercially Available Cellular Allografts in Spine Fusion. An in Vivo Animal Study, The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. 2020; 102(24):p e135.

Kienast, B. et al. Nanostructured synthetic bone substitute material for treatment of bone defects. Results of an observational study, Trauma and Occupational Disease. 2016; 18(4):308-318.

Kienast, B. et al. Nanostructured synthetic bone substitute material for treatment of bone defects. Results of an observational study, Trauma and Occupational Disease. 2016; 18(4):308-318.

WEBINARS

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ASPS: The Use of Advanced Biologics in Foot and Ankle Surgery

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NanoBone for Spinal Surgery

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NanoBone for Trauma & Sports Medicine

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NanoBone for Foot & Ankle Surgery

NanoBone for Orthopedic Oncology

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VIDEOS

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NanoBone Mechanism of Action

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NanoBone QD in a Tibial Defect

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NanoBone SBX in a Tibial Defect