Issue: July 2012
June 22, 2012
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Integra Lifesciences introduces interphalangeal fusion device

Issue: July 2012
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Integra Lifesciences Holdings Corporation introduced the Integra IPP-ON PIP Fusion System for fixation of proximal interphalangeal joint arthrodesis.

According to a company press release, the system is indicated for use in the lesser toes for rigid or semi-rigid hammertoe deformity, revision of failed arthroplasty or arthrodesis and second toe shortening. The Integra IPP-ON PIP Fusion System is a one-piece, stainless steel interphalangeal fusion device, and is available in two sizes and offers both cortical and cancellous fixation.

“Integra IPP-ON PIP Fusion System offers surgeons a straightforward, one-piece alternative to hammertoe fixation,” Bill Weber, vice president and general manager of Integra Extremity Reconstruction, stated in the release. “Unlike some similar products, our device is not temperature sensitive and has no handling or storage requirements.”