RTI, Aesculap in spinal allograft agreement
This article was originally published in Clinica
RTI Biologics is set to provide its spinal allograft implants to German surgical instruments specialist Aesculap Implant Systems. As part of a new deal between the two firms, RTI (Alachua, Florida) will manufacture cervical and lumbar spinal grafts from designs developed by Aesculap. This deal sees Tuttlingen-based Aesculap boost its range of spine-related products, which include anterior thoracolumbar, cervical spine, interbody fusion and posterior spine implants, as well as osteobiological matrix putty. Financial terms of the agreement were not revealed.
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