Maintains a Low Profile while stimulating bone growth

The OsteoGen surgically implanted bone growth stimulator is a useful adjunct for treating nonunions where surgery is already planned or where patient noncompliance may be a factor with pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMF). Because the OsteoGen is totally implanted, your patient is assured of the therapeutic treatment at the nonunion site.

Anatomy

  • Tibia
  • Hip and Femur
  • Shoulder and Elbow

Product Type

  • Biologics

In one 10-year follow-up clinical study, the EBI OsteoGen Implantable Stimulator

Achieved an

85%

success rate in healing tibia nonunions.1 

Features

OsteoGen is compatible with the surgical treatment commonly used for the management of transverse, segmented, and comminuted nonunions of the femur, tibia, fibula, humerus, clavicle, ulna, and radius. The OsteoGen Stimulator may be used as an adjunct to internal/external fixation and bone graft. 

 

Patient Compliance

  • This device is entirely implantable, to assure patient compliance 24 hours/ 7 days a week.

 

Versatile

  • Implantation requires no special instrumentation and may be accomplished using a variety of methods. Additionally, it is available with single and dual leads as well as in straight or mesh cathode configurations.

Specifications

Additional Information