FDA clears First Ray's Stealth Staple System — 5 highlights

Written by Allison Sobczak | May 04, 2016 | Print  |

First Ray has received FDA clearance for its Stealth Staple System.

Here are five highlights:


1. The Stealth Staple System is an intraosseous small bone fixation system for the treatment of arthrodesis, osteotomies and bone fractures.


2. Current standard-of-care devices used to treat these indications are primarily bone plates and bone screws or bone staples.


3. The Stealth Staple System is completely contained within the bone upon implantation.


4. The Stealth Staple System controls and evenly distributes compression across the opposing bone surfaces of an osteotomy or fracture.


5. First Ray is a startup medical device company incubated and operated by Logan, Utah-based Surgical Frontiers.


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