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Invibio looks at augmented biomaterial for the next generation of spinal implants. more

Opinion

Lu Rahman picks some of the stand-out life sciences moments and businesses of 2017. more

News

Research projects have highlighted the increasing adoption of PEEK implants in clinical practice as well as the potential benefits to patients. more

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A UK supplier to the medtech industry is making waves in the Chinese orthopaedic sector with a biomaterial designed for implants. more

News

Clinical results presented by surgeons at the 2016 annual meeting of the North American Spine Society have shown high fusion rates at six months as well as beneficial clinical outcomes for patients when PEEK-OPTIMA HA Enhanced is used. more

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Invibio Knee, a subsidiary of Invibio Biomaterial Solutions, has partnered with Maxx Orthopedics to develop a PEEK-OPTIMA femoral knee replacement more

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The latest in medical-grade PEEK and its applications was presented at the 2nd International PEEK Meeting in Washington last week. more

News

Take a PEEK: Implantable polymer adopted by Karmed Saglik Group for spinal fusion device more

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Source: Invibio.

New identity to showcase Invibio value and expertise in specific medical applications. more

Technology

PEEK OPTIMA HA

Source: Invibio Biomaterial Solutions.

Invibio Biomaterial Solutions has launched a new PEEK-based implantable biomaterial containing hydroxapatite, designed for superior bone apposition. more

Technology

Invibio lumbar cages

Source: Invibio.

High performance polymers are incredibly useful in medical devices. They demonstrate physical properties similar to metal, like fatigue and chemical resistance and tensile strength. Being mouldable and extrudable allows more intricate designs. more

Technology

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Source: Medical Plastics News.

Going the extra mile sometimes means doing more than the regulators ask. Oftentimes, companies look to get away with as little as possible. Sam Anson examines examples in this spectrum in the medical device sector. more

Opinion

Invibio Hip

Source: Invibio.

Invibio are sponsoring the first ever International PEEK meeting in Philladelphia demonstrating the growing importance of the material as a replacement for metal in implantable materials. more

Technology