Category: Synthetic bone graft substitutes
chronOS™ Inject Bone Void Filler is a synthetic, osteoconductive calcium phosphate bone substitute. The material is injectable, osteoconductive, and resorbable. Irregular bone defects can be completely filled with chronOS Inject Bone Void Filler using a minimally invasive technique. chronOS Inject Bone Void Filler hardens without an exothermal reaction. The hardening process also proceeds in a humid environment. chronOS Inject Bone Void Filler is remodeled into host bone within 6 to 18 months.
chronOS Inject Bone Void Filler is intended to be used as bone void filler or augmentation material where cancellous or cortico-cancellous bone should be replaced. This includes the filling of bone defects in the upper and lower extremities and pelvis in non-load bearing indications only1.
1 For the intended use and a complete set of indications, contraindications, warnings and precautions, see the instructions for use (IFU).
|Injectable material||Minimally invasive treatment|
|Biphasic material structure; Bone-like substance||Remodels in 6 – 18 months|
|Not exothermic||Preserves soft tissue and blood supply|
|Synthetic origin of chronOS Inject Bone Void Filler||Avoid problems with traditional grafting methods; Consistent quality; Sufficient quantity|
|Manual mixing||Easy to use|
chronOS Inject ST (DSEM/BIO/0715/0035)