Crosstrees Medical Inc.
Pod system brings precision to VCF treatment
This article was originally published in Start Up
Forget about inflating balloons to treat vertebral fractures: the PVA Pod System from Crosstrees Medical Inc. is a woven-fabric container that is positioned in the spine, and enables orthopedic surgeons or interventional radiologists to precisely control delivery of cement while reducing the threat of cement leakage.
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