Project Description


Pasty Bone Cement for vertebroplasty & kyphoplasty

F20® radiopaque bone cement is a ready to use, medium viscosity, low exothermic, self-curing bone cement with a high content of radiopaque agent for a perfect level of visualization and safety required during percutaneous vertebral bone augmentation procedures.

Its composition has been optimized to get the most suitable handling properties for surgeon’s convenience.

F20® comes as an ampoule of sterile liquid and a pouch of sterile powder (liquid monomer and powder polymer).


  • Synthetic
  • High radio-opacity
  • Medium viscosity
  • Biocompatibility
  • Easy & safe injection
  • Long working time


Description Reference
F20 ®  T040520


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