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Project Description

TRIHA+®

Calcium phosphate ceramics (Granules, Sticks, Shapes)

TRIHA+® ceramics, manufactured by TEKNIMED and designed for filling bone defects, are made from tricalcium phosphate. Tricalcium phosphate is a calcium phosphate with a faster kinetics resorption than hydroxyapatite. The calcium phosphates used to make ceramics are manufactured and inspected by TEKNIMED and comply with standards ISO 13779-1 and ASTM F1088.

ADVANTAGES

  • Biocompatible
  • Synthetic
  • Absorbable
  • Osteoconductive
  • Granules

References

TRIHA +

reference

TRIHA+® 5 cc – 3x3x3 granules

T824402

TRIHA+® 10 cc – 3x3x3 granules

T824405

TRIHA+® 30 cc – 3x3x3 granules

T824415

TRIHA+® 2.5 cc – 5x5x20 sticks (qty: 5)

T827104

TRIHA+® 5 cc – 5x5x20 sticks (qty: 10)

T827105

TRIHA+® 10 cc – Powder 1 – 2 mm

T821210

TRIHA+® 20 cc – Powder 1 – 2 mm

T821220

TRIHA+® 10 cc – Powder 2 – 5 mm

T822510

TRIHA+® 20 cc – Powder 2 – 5 mm

T822520

Certifications

CE 2797
CE number is being changed, our regulatory service is at your disposal for more information.
FDA cleared (orthopaedic application)
Class: III

Bibliography

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– « Comparison of calciumhydroxylapatite CEROS 80 et b tricalciumphosphate CEROS 82 in vivo with stable soft tissue interface », V. Geret, W. Mueller, M. Tepic, B.A. Rahn, S.M. Perren, Biomaterials and clinical application, 1987.
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– Abstract : « The value of Beta-tricalcium (CERASORB) in pre- prosthetic surgery », Szucs A., Suba Z., Martonffy K., Hrabak K., Gyulai-Gaal S., Dori F., Szabo G., Fogorov Sz, volume 93, 45-52, 2000
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