SI-BONE receives FDA clearance, fully launches patented iFuse-3D Implant: 6 points

Megan Wood -   Print  |

SI-BONE received FDA clearance for its iFuse-3D Implant.

Here are six points:


1. The company is also initiating a full U.S. commercial launch of the implant.


2. The iFuse-3D Implant is the first 3-D-printed titanium implant for SI joint use.


3. The company leveraged proprietary 3-D-printing technology to create a patented fenestrated design and porous surface to mirror cancellous bone's trabecular structure.


4. The implant promotes bone ongrowth, ingrowth and through growth, demonstrated in a study published in the International Journal of Spine Surgery.

5. More than 50 peer-reviewed publications support the iFuse Implant's triangular titanium design. The iFuse Implant system offers a minimally invasive solution to fuse the SI joint.


6. The iFuse-3D features 250 percent greater surface area than the iFuse Implant.


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