Creaspine's SupStance VBR (vertebral body replacement) technology
This article was originally published in Clinica
French spine products firm Creaspine has CE-marked for sale in Europe its first product - the SupStance vertebral body replacement system. The Pessac-based company also said that as of March 29 2007, it has been granted ISO 13485:2003 certification of its quality system. Commenting on the ISO certification, Creaspine president Philippe Jenny said: "It sets a solid foundation for our expansion as the preferred partner for developing and bringing to market unique spinal applications."
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