Orthofix Reports Clinical Trial Results of Trinity Elite Cellular Bone Allograft in Lumbar Fusion Procedures
- The 12mos. results from the clinical study evaluating the efficacy & safety of Trinity Elite CBA in 274 patients undergoing lumbar spinal fusion at 9 clinical sites across the US
- The results showed that patients treated with Trinity Elite CBA achieved fusion rates of 98.6% as measured by bridging bone @12mos. follow-up using thin-cut CT scans. Oswestry disability index (ODI) and visual analogue scale (VAS) for back and leg pain were used as clinical outcome measures
- The results were published in Neurology International. Trinity Elite was safe & efficacious alternative to autograft for patients undergoing lumbar fusion procedures and demonstrate the compelling benefits of the cellular bone allograft
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