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In Brief: Wright Medical

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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Wright Medical: Introduces the PDA Calcar Hip Replacement System, designed to "address fracture and revision surgeries where proximal bone loss has occurred and enhanced implant stability" is needed. The Calcar system rounds out the low-end PDA (Patient Demand Alternative) line acquired by Arlington, Tennessee-based Wright through its purchase of Orthomet last year. The system includes "four implant sizes with proportional stem lengths and two Calcar replacement levels to address a wide range of surgical requirements." The implants, made of forged cobalt chrome, can be used with Wright Medical's Orthoset bone cement products," Wright notes...
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