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Trephines, Surgical, Bone Harvesting

Definition : Surgical trephines designed to percutaneously cut and remove (i.e., harvest) cylindrical sections of bone from donor sites. These instruments typically consist of a hollow cylinder with a circular-saw-like edge, a centering point, and a handheld, powered (e.g., electric) rotary surgical handpiece. Bone harvesting surgery trephines are used to obtain bone grafts (plugs) from donor sites (e.g., iliac crest, tibia, femur) used in autologous transplants for osseous reconstruction in procedures such as the repair of craniomaxillofacial bony defects.

Entry Terms : "Bone Harvesting Trephines" , "Trephines, Orthopedic" , "Orthopedic Trephines" , "Bone Trephines" , "Trephines, Bone"

UMDC code : 22671

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Globus Medical Inc

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Orthopedic Sciences Inc

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Sontec Instruments Inc

Company Type: Parent

Sontec Instruments, Inc. is a family owned company, dedicated to giving you the personalized service you deserve. We have been supplying the medical industry with the finest in surgical instrumentation for all specialties for over 40 years. Our office is located just outside the Mile High City of Denver, in Centennial, Colorado. From here, we offer complete in-house repair service and custom instrument manufacturing in addition to our already broad line of instruments.

Zimmer Biomet

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