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BIOSScrew Method

BIOSScrew technical video

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The BIOSScrew method (selective biological synthesis system), consists of a cannulated and perforated screw reinforced by an internal plug, and a dedicated injector.

The BIOSScrew method is indicated for the stabilization of metaepiphyseal fractures, particularly fractures of the femoral neck and for the early treatment of osteonecrosis of the femoral head. All through a minimally invasive technique.

The great innovation of BIOSScrew is to allow the surgeon to introduce Neocement® inject P, a calcium phosphate cement through the implant that will act as a temporary and regenerative matrix for the stabilization of the fracture.

The BIOSScrew is available in two diameters 8 mm (BIOScrew Big) specially designed for the treatment of osteonecrosis of the femoral head and 6.5 mm (BIOSScrew Small) for the treatment of fractures of the femoral neck.

Depending on the patient's anatomy the BIOSScrew is available in various lengths (from 65mm to 115mm).

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