Rotation's Bioinductive Shoulder Implant Succeeds In Australian Trial
The device has 510(k) clearance for a broad tendon-repair indication, but the company is sponsoring clinical trials to further validate the technology, which induces new tissue growth around partially torn rotator cuffs rather than simply mechanically reattaching it.
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