Our drill enabled bone dowel access tools allow a clinician the ability to harvest healthy bone for transplantation or remove necrotic bone all through a small gauge cannula.
Technique Guide: Extracting a bone dowel from the proximal tibia using the CER-BN-84
The proprietary CER-BN-84 bone dowel extraction system allows for minimally invasive harvesting of cancellous bone. This technique is most commonly used in foot and ankle procedures where iliac crest harvesting is undesirable.
Technique Guide: Extracting a bone dowel from the Iliac Crest using the CER-BN-116
The proprietary CER-BN-116 bone dowel extraction system allow for minimally invasive harvesting of cancellous bone. This technique is most commonly used in procedures where a small volume of cancellous bone graft is desired.
Technique Guide: Minimally invasive core decompression and biological repair of subchondral lesions
A novel technique for minimally invasive joint preservation surgery using a family of Cervos products, this technique guide demonstrates how to target and repair bone marrow lesions utilizing a variety of Cervos devices & biologics.