ITTLE SILVER, N.J., March 23, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Additive Orthopaedics, LLC., an early stage orthopaedic device company, today announced that it has kicked off a multi-centered clinical study to measure bone in-growth into their 3D printed bone segments.
According to Brian McLaughlin, VP of Engineering, "Our unique variable honeycomb lattice structures have already shown tremendous post-operative success and potential bone in-growth as compared to current allograft wedges from which we have seen evidence of resorption and subsequent loss of correction. For our lattice designs, we have aimed to optimize the shape, structure and porosity to closely mimic bone and take full advantage of the well-studied bone healing benefits of additively manufactured lattice structures and surfaces."
The Company has implanted over 200 individual devices since it's first full commercial product launch at the end of 2016 and has recently closed a Series A Round of $1M.
About Additive Orthopaedics, LLC.
Additive Orthopaedics is an early stage orthopaedic company focused on the integration of advanced manufacturing and biologics for the benefit of a better patient outcome.
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