October 17, 2020
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Orthofix launches new bone graft delivery system and spacers

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Orthofix Medical Inc. announced the launch of the O-Genesis graft delivery system and the AlloQuent structural allograft Q-Pack, according to a press release.

According to the release, the graft delivery system enables ergonomic, single-handed delivery of allografts, autografts or synthetic bone grafts to the surgical site.

The company also launched the AlloQuent structural allograft Q-Pack, a series of ready-to-use, precision-machined cervical and lumbar spacers designed with zero-rehydration technology to reduce preparation time and efficiency.

“Orthofix is committed to continuous technology innovation and expanding solutions to improve operating room efficiencies,” Kevin Kenny, global president of Orthofix Spine, said in the release. “The unique design of the O-Genesis graft delivery system enables one-handed delivery of bone graft material in a precise and controlled manner to aid surgeons with the targeted placement of biologics during orthopedic surgeries. Additionally, we are pleased to offer the new AlloQuent Structural Allograft in Q-Pack that allows for immediate use with no downtime for rehydrating. Both of these demonstrate our commitment to providing surgeons with easy-to-use solutions to meet the needs of their patients,” Kenny added.