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We have described the first documented method for the use of a biological implant in the management of lung herniation.
The increase in revenue for the period was attributable to the increasing demand for the company's TUTOPLAST(R) PROCESSED sterile biological implants for spinal and dental repair.
BioSTAR[R] is the first in a new generation of biological implant devices that NMT is developing for treatment of septal heart defects such as PFO and other atrial level defects.
is engaged in the processing, distribution and development of biological implant products made from human (allograft) and animal (xenograft) tissue.
a leading manufacturer of sterile biological implant products made from human (allograft) and animal (xenograft) tissue, announced today that Guy Mayer, President and Chief Executive Officer, and Robert Johnston, Chief Financial Officer, will be presenting at the Cowen and Company 27th Annual Health Care Conference at the Boston Marriott Copley Place on Tuesday, March 13, 2007 at 10:15 a.
a leading manufacturer of sterile biological implant products made from human (allograft) and animal (xenograft) tissue, announced to today that Guy Mayer, President and Chief Executive Officer, and Robert Johnston, Chief Financial Officer, will be presenting at the Raymond James 28th Annual Institutional Investor Conference at the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress in Orlando, FL on Wednesday, March 7, 2007 at 10:25 a.
AMEX: TTG), a leading manufacturer of sterile biological implant products made from human (allograft) and animal (xenograft) tissue, announced today that negotiations for the potential sale of the company to a private equity firm have terminated.
The changing preferences of the people from mechanical implants to biological implants accompanied by the rising awareness levels of orthobiologics are driving the growth of this market.
This proposal envisions a future where 3D bioprinting systems located in hospitals will provide off-the-shelf , patient-specific biological implants to treat diseases such as OA.
Professor Dalgarno, who is also deputy director of the new MeDe Innovation Centre, explains: "All our research on implantable devices is focussed around helping the body's natural repair mechanism to do more, by developing biological implants which support or stimulate the body's own repair processes.
The text has been revised throughout to reflect advances in diagnostic imaging, spinal instrumentation, and osteobiologics since publication of the first edition in the 1990s, and includes new chapters on biological implants and motion sparing devices.

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