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