Bionx Implants launches bioresorbable implant:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Bionx Implants is releasing its Contour labral nail, a bioresorbable implant for the repair of shoulder instability, in the US and Europe. The device enables the surgeon to reposition the labrum ligament complex back to the shoulder's glenoid rim in a relatively quick and minimally invasive technique. The Blue Bell, Pennsylvania-based company says the product is the first of several new products, which will be launched over the next few months.
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