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Inion's spine and wrist implants:

This article was originally published in Clinica

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Inion, a maker of biodegradable orthopaedics implants, has received US FDA 510(k) clearances for its S-1 anterior cervical fusion system - for graft containment in cervical spinal fusion applications - and its OTPS distal radius plate device - for treating a range of wrist fractures. The S-1 product consists of biodegradable plates and screws that, in conjunction with traditional rigid fixation, can maintain the relative position of weak bony tissue such as allografts and autografts placed between vertebrae during cervical spinal fusion procedures, said the Tampere, Finland firm.

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