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Skin grafting is a type of medical grafting involving the transplantation of skin. The transplanted tissue is called a skin graft. Skin grafting is often used to treat: - Extensive wounding or trauma - Burns - Areas of prior infection with extensive skin loss - Specific surgeries that may require skin grafts for healing to occur Bone grafting is a surgical procedure that replaces missing bone with material from the patient's own body, an artificial, synthetic, or natural substitute. Bone grafting is used to repair bone fractures that are complex, pose a significant health risk to the patient, or fail to heal properly. The links shown on this page feature the key word ′Graft’ in their stories:
Research work points at effectiveness of graft properties
The University of Eastern Finland has concluded studies into graft properties in knee ligament surgery
Endoskeleton devices receive new patents
Titan Spine receives five patents for its composite and endoskeleton products for use with spinal patients
Healthcare transformation exhibit at MEDICA
Philips is attending the MEDICA event with its range of products for improving recovery and treatment options for patients
Course run for advanced cardiovascular CT
Siemens Healthcare in the UK has been running a four-day course for specialists on the use of advanced imaging systems for cardiovascular diagnostics
Corpectomy cage system available for spinal correction
The Santorini Small corpectomy cage system can be used in the care of patients with tumour related or trauma induced spinal injuries
Mesh implant begins US clinical trials
The eSVS Mesh implant from Kips Bay Medical is now undergoing clinical trials on cardiac vein graft patients in US medical centres
Excellagen offers ability to repair prenatally diagnosed birth defects using mesenchymal stem cells
Cardium Therapeutics reports on a research collaboration with researchers at Boston Children's Hospital, to assess the medical utility of Excellagen as a delivery scaffold to seed autologous mesenchymal foetal stem cells for ex-vivo engineering of tissue grafts for transplantation into infants to r
Cook Medical introduces Biodesign tissue repair technology at American Rhinologic Society Conference
Cook Medical launches a new treatment option for rhinologists (nose and sinus specialists) who treat patients that suffer from difficult-to-heal conditions in the nasal passages.
ulrich medical USA releases spinal implant for US market
ulrich medical USA is releasing the uCerv Interbody System into the US market.
Mature US and European coronary artery bypass graft device markets set to shrink through 2021
Medical technology market intelligence analysts, Millennium Research Group (MRG), forecasts that declines in isolated coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) procedures in the USA and Europe will primarily be attributed to the increasing use of percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI), which is less inv
KCI launches epidermal harvesting tool in the USA
Kinetic Concepts' CelluTome Epidermal Harvesting System is now commercially available in the USA.
Globus Medical launches minimally invasive expandable lumbar interbody spacer
Globus Medical launches LATIS, a minimally invasive (MIS) lumbar interbody fusion spacer for patients suffering from degenerative disc disease.
New evidence establishes elevated protease activity as highly predictive of skin graft failure
New evidence presented at the European Wound Management Association (EWMA)'s conference in Copenhagen, Denmark revealed that elevated protease activity (EPA) was detected in almost half the wounds (43 percent) that resulted in skin graft failure.
Globus Medical launches integrated expandable corpectomy system
Globus Medical is launching FORTIFY I, an expandable corpectomy spacer with integrated screws for further stability in addition to supplemental fixation.
Mayo Clinic performs first eSVS Mesh Implant in the USA
Mayo Clinic performs the first implant of a Kips Bay Medical's eSVS Mesh at the organisation's Rochester, Minnesota facility in the USA.
Cook Medical launches otolaryngology/head and neck surgery devices in Europe
Cook Medical is introducing European head and neck surgeons and otolaryngologists to its line of minimally invasive devices at the 2nd meeting of the European Academy of OtoRhinoLaryngology and Head Neck/Surgery (EAORL-HNS).
K2M boosts biologics offering by expanding osteobiologic product family
K2M is revealing another expansion of the company's US biologics offering with the addition of a new product line to the VESUVIUS Osteobiologic Systems.
Sentrant Introducer Sheath receives the CE mark
Medtronic's Sentrant Introducer Sheath receives the CE mark and will soon be launched internationally.
K2M extends biologics portfolio with launch of bone graft systems
K2M is making a major expansion of the company's US biologics offering with the launch of the VENADO Foam Strips and VENADO Granules Bone Graft Systems.
X-spine receives FDA clearance of new implant system
X-spine receives a new USFDA clearance for the Silex sacroiliac (SI) joint fusion system.
Wright Medical Group acquires BioMimetic Therapeutics
Wright Medical Group completes the acquisition of BioMimetic Therapeutics.
Kips Bay Medical completes first US implant in the eMESH I clinical feasibility trial
The first US patient is implanted with Kips Bay Medical's eSVS Mesh at the Northeast Georgia Heart Center in Gainesville, Georgia, USA.
Cardica completes enrollment in long-term study of distal anastomosis systems
Cardica completes enrollment in the Multicentre Assessment of Grafts in Coronaries (MAGIC) trial, the company's post market surveillance study for the long-term evaluation of bypass grafts completed using C-Port Distal Anastomosis Systems.
Improved rotational thrombectomy system receives 510(k) clearance
Rex Medical receives 510(k) clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the Cleaner15 Rotational Thrombectomy System which is indicated for mechanical declotting of occluded native vessel dialysis fistulae and synthetic dialysis access grafts.
US craniomaxillofacial device market to grow to USD538m by 2017
Medical technology market intelligence company, Millennium Research Group (MRG), forecasts a growing United States population will lead to growth in procedures using craniomaxillofacial (CMF) devices.
Precision Spine gains FDA 510(k) clearance for minimally invasive access system
Precision Spine announced receives 510(k) clearance from the FDA for the company's Mini-Max Minimally Invasive Access System.
Kips Bay Medical receives FDA approval to commence clinical study of the eSVS Mesh in the USA
Kips Bay Medical receives approval with conditions of Kips Bay Medical's Investigational Device Exemption to include four US study sites in the eMESH I clinical feasibility trial of the company's eSVS Mesh.
New heart device enables simultaneous implantation of an aortic tissue valve and ascending aorta
Sorin Group launching the Mitroflow Valsalva Conduit in the USA, which claims to be the only Valsalva conduit graft approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in combination with an aortic tissue valve.
RTI Biologics launches new demineralized bone matrix implant
RTI Biologics is launching a new biologic implant for use in sports medicine, orthopaedic and spine surgeries.
Medistim sets up UK business to maximise British interest in NICE recommended TTFM system
Medistim, a medical equipment supplier to cardiac and vascular surgeons as well as other medical specialists, is setting up a UK subsidiary.
Amniotic membrane provides wound covering for spinal and orthopaedic application
Orthofix International is introducing VersaShield, a naturally physiologic wound covering for use in both spinal and orthopaedic applications.
Continuous loop fixation device improves ACL repair technique
Smith and Nephew is introducing a new product designed for the growing number of surgeons who use the anatomic technique for anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) repair.
Globus Medical gains PMA approval for cervical artificial disc
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is granting Premarket Approval (PMA) for Globus Medical's SECURE_C Cervical Artificial Disc. Clinical data from a 380 patient investigational device exemption (IDE) study demonstrate that SECURE-C is statistically superior to anterior cervical discectomy and f
Asia Pacific dental biomaterials market grows at seven percent to 2016
Medical technology market intelligence analyst, Millennium Research Group (MRG), is forecasting that despite the Japanese tsunami's negative effect on market revenues, the Asia Pacific dental biomaterials market will grow moderately at an average annual rate of 6.6 percent through 2016, due to the
US orthopaedic soft tissue solutions market is predicted to grow to USD2bn by 2016
Market intelligence analyst, Millennium Research Group (MRG), is forecasting the United States orthopaedic soft tissue solutions market will grow considerably through 2016, to nearly $2.0 billion, driven largely by a growing number of sports-related injuries.
Cook Medical unveils otolaryngology/head and neck surgery division
Cook Medical launches its new Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery (OHNS) clinical division to bring the benefits of the company's devices for non-surgical procedures to a new group of physicians and the patients they treat.
NLT SPINE reports positive clinical results for new lumbar interbody fusion device
Initial results from clinical experience with NLT SPINE's PROW FUSION device are being reported as highly positive says the company.
Medtronic launches AAA stent graft system in USA
Medtronic is launching the company's Endurant II AAA Stent Graft System in the USA.
AAA stent graft shows durable performance at two years in US study
Medtronic reveals the two-year results from the company's US clinical study of the Endurant AAA Stent Graft System, the global market leader in its product category.
Life Technologies aims to speed sequencing in HLA analysis
Life Technologies is working with several partners to develop applications for its Ion Personal Genome Machine (PGM) system in HLA (human leukocyte antigen) analysis.
Quest reveals first molecular test for kidney transplant rejection
Quest Diagnostics is introducing the industry's first molecular blood test for identifying renal (kidney) organ-transplant rejection.
K2M receives 510(k) for spinal column support cage systems
K2M receives 510(k) clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market the SANTORINI Corpectomy Cage Systems.
Study evaluates implant to repair articular cartilage defects
Zimmer is entering Phase III of a clinical study to evaluate the DeNovo ET Engineered Tissue Graft, an engineered cartilage implant intended to repair cartilage defects in the knee.
Cook Medical launches low profile endovascular graft in Canada
Health Canada approves Cook Medical's Zenith Low Profile AAA Endovascular Graft (Zenith AAA LP) and the product will now be launched to physicians in Canada.
Lenton furnaces spur growth of orthobiologics companies
Advanced furnace technology from Lenton claims to be playing a vital role in the successful development and manufacture of revolutionary orthobiological synthetic bone graft materials created by a number of European developers.
Medtronic's Endurant II AAA stent graft system receives CE Mark
Medtronic receives the CE mark for the Endurant II AAA Stent Graft System and is making the international launch of the system which meaningfully expands the options physicians outside the USA have to tre
US orthopaedic biomaterials market to approach 4bn dollars in 2016
Market intelligence analyst, Millennium Research Group (MRG) forecasts that the US market for orthopaedic biomaterials will grow at an average of just under seven percent per year, to total approximately $4 billion by 2016.
Aptus Endosystems completes first HeliFX procedures in USA
Aptus Endosystems, a medical device company developing advanced technology for endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR), is reporting the successful treatment of the first series of patients in the USA with the HeliFX Aortic Securement System after having received FDA clearance.
Embolic protection device receives US FDA clearance
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clears Covidien's SpiderFX for the treatment of severely calcified lesions used in conjunction with plaque excision in arteries of the lower extremities.
EndoStapling system receives US FDA clearance
Aptus Endosystems receives 510(k) clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the Aptus EndoStapling System, which will now be known as the HeliFX Aortic Securement System.
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