Immediate Bone Hemostasis

Immediate Bone Hemostasis

OSTENE can be used on all bleeding bone surfaces, including areas where bone fusion is critical

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Completely Biocompatible

Completely Biocompatible

This water-soluble polymer does not require removal and dissolves within 48 hours

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Easy Application at Your Fingertips

The ready-to-use strips are soft and easy to apply. Using dry, gloved fingers, OSTENE is easily molded to the desired shape and consistency that provides immediate hemostasis when pressed into bleeding bone.

Easy Application at Your Fingertips

This video demonstrates a synergistic combination of OSTENE use for hemostasis following burring of osteocyctes at the end plates and FLOSEAL use for more aggressive bleeding following a foraminotomy.

OSTENE may be used on all bleeding bone surfaces

Cardiovascular Procedures

    Cardiovascular procedures
  • Sternal edges

Spinal Procedures

    Spinal Procedures
  • Hardware placement
    • Distraction pin hole oozing
    • Pilot hole oozing
    • Pedicle hole oozing
  • Cut bone surfaces
    • Subchondral bone
    • Laminar surfaces
    • Facet surfaces
  • Intervertebral foramen (foraminotomy)
  • Osteophyte resection
  • Iliac crest/autograft donor sites

Cranial ProceduresCranial Procedures

  • Burr hole drilling
  • Craniotomy
  • Not for CSF leaks (Mastoid)

Orthopedic Procedures
Orthopedic Procedures*

  • Hip
    • Femoral osteotomy
    • Acetabulum
    • Revisions
  • Foot

*The use OSTENE is not recommended on bone surfaces where adhesives, such as methylmethacrylate or other acrylic adhesives will be required to attach a prosthetic device

OSTENE is not intended for use in lending structural support to bone.

Reference

  1. Ostene Bone Hemostasis Material [instructions for use]. Los Angeles, Calif: Ceremed Inc.PN-26 CF607 Rev. H 2011.
  2. Ostene Bone Hemostasis Material [instructions for use]. Los Angeles, Calif; Ceremed Inc. PN-46 CF725B0311. 2011.