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[Ossio in Today’s Medical Developments] Laboratory blood glucose reference analyzer; Compression screw portfolio gets clearance

OSSIO Inc.’s OSSIOfiber compression screw portfolio received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for maintenance of alignment and fixation of bone fractures, comminuted fractures, fragments, osteotomies, arthrodesis, and bone grafts of the upper extremity, fibula, knee, ankle, and foot in the presence of appropriate brace and/or immobilization. Read...

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[Ossio in This Week Orthopedics] OSSIOFIBER BIO-INTEGRATIVE COMPRESSION SCREWS CLEARED

Ossio, Inc.’s OSSIOfiber Compression Screws have received 510(k) clearance from the FDA. The screws are indicated for “maintenance of alignment and fixation of bone fractures, comminuted fractures, fragments, osteotomies, arthrodesis, and bone grafts, of the upper extremity, fibula, knee, ankle and foot in the presence of appropriate brace and/or immobilization,” according to FDA clearance documents. Read...

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[Ossio in OrthoSpineNews] OSSIO Awarded FDA 510(k) Clearance for OSSIOfiber Compression Screw Portfolio

OSSIO, Inc., an orthopedic fixation technology company, today announced that its OSSIOfiber Compression Screw Portfolio has received 510(k) market clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for maintenance of alignment and fixation of bone fractures, comminuted fractures, fragments, osteotomies, arthrodesis and bone grafts of the upper extremity, fibula, knee, ankle and foot in the presence of appropriate brace and/or immobilization. Read...

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[Ossio in Business Wire] OSSIO Announces U.S. Launch and First Commercial Use of the OSSIOfiber® Trimmable Fixation Nail System for Broad Utilization in Foot/Ankle and Hand/Wrist Procedures

OSSIO, Inc., an orthopedic fixation company, today announced the U.S. launch and first commercial use of the OSSIOfiber® Trimmable Fixation Nail System to securely fixate bone fractures, osteotomies and arthrodeses for healing, ultimately leaving the patient’s bone restored with no permanent hardware left behind. The first commercial cases were bunion and MTP fusion procedures performed successfully by Chris Hyer, DPM, Foot and Ankle Surgeon at Polaris Surgery Center in Westerville, Ohio. Read...

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