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Orthopedics Medical Devices

Pedicle Screw System

Product features

  • Advances bone cells attached on pedicle screw system

  • Rough surface provides a better fusion bed

  • Patented design guides precise bone growth

  • Strengthens adjacent vertebrae fixation and improves fusion efficiency


  • Spine-related degenerative diseases

  • Spinal fracture by trauma

  • Spinal damage by tumor

  • Spinal stenosis

  • Compression fractures

  • Congenital/trauma spondylolisthesis

The human spine contains the central nervous system and can support the weight of the body. When the spinal bone has problems, such as degeneration or lesions, it will cause severe pain and inconvenience to the patient, and possible loss of self-care ability. For patients who do not respond well to conservative treatment, spinal fusion surgery is performed. Many potential problems may surface post-surgery, such as incomplete bone fusion to form a pseudo joint, or the fusion surface contact area is too small, or lack of fusion bed to provide bone regeneration. The pedicle screw system provides a systemic environment conducive to the attachment and growth of bone cells, and strengthens and improves the intervertebral fusion process. It is designed for surface treatment in specific areas of the structure. The system can also be applied to patients with spine degeneration or vertebral bone deformities, degeneration or deformation of the lesions, and provide an excellent fusion bed environment. Eventually it will guide the direction of bone growth, increase the efficiency of spinal fusion, and finally make the spinal fusion structure intact and stable.

Bio-degradable Fracture Fixation Ring

Product features

  • Patented annular bone geometry design

  • Effectively improve the biological stress shielding effect

  • High mechanical strength and biodegradable materials

  • Provide a microenvironment for the proliferation and differentiation of bone


  • Any limb fractures

  • Any long bone fractures

  • Skeletal fragmentation

The clinically used internal fixation devices in fractures are mostly made of metal. However, the rigidity of metals are much larger than that of human bones, which can easily hinder the fracture healing process. If the stress difference between the fixation device and the human skeleton is too large, it can prevent the formation of bone callus and cause necrosis of bone tissue. If the difference between the Young's modulus of the material from the human skeleton is too large, it will also lead to stress shielding effect at the later stage of fracture healing. The uneven stress distribution and inappropriate stimulation of the proliferation and differentiation of bone cells will result in osteoporosis and bone atrophy at the fixed site. It is then necessary to remove the fixation device with a second operation and re-establish an environment suitable for bone regeneration. The bio-degradable fracture fixation ring, designed with special flexible degradable materials, overcomes the clinical problems of metal fixation devices. It also provides special annular ring complying with bones and fixing fracture sites, has sufficient mechanical strength and biomechanical properties, and is highly biocompatible. The device can be placed in the body for a long period of time, does not cause immune reactions, and degradable material eliminates the need for second surgery. The bio-degradable fracture fixation ring is the best possible solution for bone fractures.

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