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BONESUPPORT™'s CERAMENT™|G and CERAMENT™ V to be Featured Extensively at the 35th Annual Meeting of the European Bone & Joint Infection Society (EBJIS) in Oxford, UK

BONESUPPORT
Posted on: 30 Aug 16

LUND, Sweden, August 30, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --

BONESUPPORT AB, an emerging leader in innovative injectable bioceramic bone substitute products to treat bone voids caused by trauma, infection, disease or related surgery, today announced that presentations and posters covering research with its CERAMENT G and CERAMENT V will feature extensively at the upcoming 35th Annual Meeting of the European Bone & Joint Infection Society (EBJIS) taking place September 1-3 in Oxford, UK - which is a key congress for physicians and surgeons managing patients with bone infections. CERAMENT G and CERAMENT V are the only CE-marked injectable antibiotic eluting bone graft substitutes which provide local sustained delivery of gentamicin and vancomycin, respectively

The EBJIS annual meeting will feature 25 abstracts highlighting research and clinical findings with CERAMENT G and CERAMENT V. This is a significant increase in the number of presentations and posters that were made at the 34th Annual EBIJS meeting reflecting the impressive clinical performance reported, the launch of CERAMENT V in 2016 and the growing interest in the only injectable antibiotic eluting bone graft substitutes that are available in Europe. Both CERAMENT G and CERAMENT V are able to deliver an initial high concentration of antibiotic to the bone defect and then a longer sustainable dose above the minimal inhibitory concentration (MIC) to promote and protect bone healing and remodeling.

Richard Davies, CEO of BONESUPPORT, said: "The broad range of research and clinical data on CERAMENT G and CERAMENT V being presented at this year's EBJIS Annual meeting highlights the significant increase in interest in these novel injectable antibiotic eluting bone graft substitutes. The new data also underscores BONESUPPORT's commitment to supporting high-quality research that will help improve the management of important bone diseases. We are confident that the growing body of clinical evidence in support of both CERAMENT G and CERAMENT V will allow them to be used increasingly in patients with problematic bone infections including osteomyelitis, as well as prophylactically in patients at risk for developing an infection."

BONESUPPORT recently received approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to begin the FORTIFY study, an IDE (Investigational Device Exemption) study, with CERAMENT G. This study is a randomized multicenter controlled trial that will evaluate the safety and efficacy of CERAMENT G as part of surgical repair of open diaphyseal tibial fractures. The first patient is expected to be recruited into the FORTIFY study by the end of 2016. Data from the FORTIFY study will be an important component of BONESUPPORT'S planned PMA to gain US approval for CERAMENT G.

EBJIS is a European association of orthopedic surgeons, trauma surgeons, infection specialists and microbiologists. The aim of the Society is to promote the knowledge of all infections affecting the Musculoskeletal system (bone and joint infections) and to promote the prevention and treatment of these infections. The complete program of the EBJIS meeting is available at http://ebjis.org/

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Last updated on: 30/08/2016

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