The company said the device allows for the use of preferred graft materials while allowing direct visualization of graft placement. The device can be operated signle-handed and used with any type of autograft, allograft or synthetic bone graft.
“Our new Lite Bio delivery system is innovative in the marketplace, simplifying graft delivery for spine surgeons. Its sleek, versatile design can accommodate any bone graft material and provides surgeons with direct visualization to aid in the precise placement of the graft, which is important for optimal fusion. No other system combines all of these key features—the Lite Bio delivery system truly is advanced delivery, simplified,” spine division prez Bradley Paddock said in a press release.
Last month, Stryker said it agreed to acquire Instratek for an undisclosed amount at the end of its 4th quarter. The medtech giant will take on the Houston-based company’s portfolio of staple and hammertoe implants, as well as its minimally invasive soft tissue recession instrumentation
Earlier in September, Stryker said its endoscopy division acquired Ivy Sports Medicine and its collagen meniscus implant for an undisclosed amount.