The device is a continuation of NovaBone's portfolio of bioactive bone grafts. It is designed as a rapidly-absorbable binder, and the open structure of the porous component allows for rapid vascularization and mineralization.
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NovaBone Introduces New Bone Graft SubstituteWritten by Laura Miller | August 16, 2011
NovaBone has introduced MacroPor-Si+, a moldable material that can fit into the grafting site during orthopedic surgery, according to a company news release.
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