Biological Implants

The Biological Implants Committee serves the Academy and the public by reviewing and monitoring scientific and regulatory developments in the field of implantable biologicals, tissue components, and combination biological/biomedical device products as they relate to orthopaedic surgery, care, and practice. The Biological Implants Committee interacts with governmental, regulatory, and standard-setting organizations, as well as orthopaedic device manufacturers to promote the promulgation of safe and efficacious biological products for use in orthopaedics.

    Scientific Exhibits (All in PDF format)

    • 2014 - Modularity in Orthopaedic Devices: At What Costs?
    • 2014 - A Call to Arms: Standards Determine Medical Device Availability & Surgeons must contribute to the Process
    • 2013 - Bioceramics in the Treatment of Benign Bone Tumors
    • 2011 - Cartilage Restoration: A Case-Based Review
    • 2010 - Articular Cartilage Restoration: A Review of Currently Available Methods
    • 2009 - Articular Cartilage Restoration: A Review of Currently Available Methods for Repair of Articular Cartilage Defects
    • 2008 - Musculoskeletal Allograft Tissue Safety

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