LADERA RANCH, Calif., Nov. 2, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Advanced Biologics, (www.advancedbiologics.com) announced today that OsteoAMP® Structural has been awarded with a "Best New Technology for Spine Care in 2011" by Orthopedics This Week, Spine Technology Awards. This is Advanced Biologics' third Orthopedics This Week Spine Technology Award in a row as they have claimed awards at both the 2009 and 2010 awards ceremonies.
OsteoAMP Structural is the first load-bearing, mineralized, osteoconductive allograft spacer that demonstrates osteoinductive properties in-vivo. OsteoAMP Structural providesa surgeon the ability to use a single product to fulfill osteoinductive, osteoconductive, and structural requirements for spine fusion. Additionally, OsteoAMP Structural enables hospitals the opportunity to reduce case costs without compromising clinical results.
Presented by Orthopedics This Week and RRY Publications LLC, the Spine Technology Awards are intended to bring increased recognition to exemplary and innovative spine surgery products and the engineering teams and inventors who create them. Awards are recognized throughout five categories: Cervical Care, Thoracolumbar Care, Motion Preservation, Minimally Invasive Spine Care, and Biomaterials and Biologics.
"We are truly honored to be recognized a third time as an Orthopedics This Week Spine Technology Award winner. The fact that this is voted on by an independent panel of surgeon judges that includes such notable surgeons as Drs. Scott Boden, Kenneth Pettine, Isadore Lieberman and Neel Anand makes it even more special," stated Scott Cadotte, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Advanced Biologics
About Advanced Biologics
Founded in 2009, Advanced Biologics (ABC) is a privately-held company focused on developing innovative and clinically relevant biologic solutions across a wide degree of medical specialties. The OsteoAMP® family of osteoinductive/conductive products is the first line of orthobiologic offerings produced by ABC. ABC was awarded the Best New Regenerative Technology award in 2009 and the Best New Biomaterial Technology Award in 2010 by the Orthopedics This Week Spine Technology Awards. Other technology platforms to follow include an allograft derived stem cell product and a shape-memory, anti-bacterial synthetic portfolio.
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