βBeta-bsm® Injectable Bone Substitute Material

Cell-mediated remodeling for MIS procedures

βBeta-bsm® Injectable Bone Substitute Material

βBeta-bsm is injectable osteoconductive material for use in minimally invasive procedures. This synthetic, biocompatible bone graft substitute material sets hard and maintains shape at body temperature. The material is mixed in a closed syringe-to-syringe mixing system to minimize the potential for spills, and can be delivered through a needle as small as 20g.

  • Provides a scaffold for new bone growth while undergoing cell-mediated remodeling as the bone heals1,2,3
  • Nanocrystalline* calcium phosphate is comparable to the mineral composition of human bone1,4
  • Injectable to allow hardening in a wet environment for minimally invasive procedures
  • Provides 2 minutes of working time to allow for intraoperative flexibility
  • Isothermally sets hard in 3-5 minutes to an average compressive strength of 30MPa5, three times strength of cancellous bone6
  • Can be implanted in wet environment, irrigated while setting, and drilled after hardening7
  • Available in single-patient, single-use kits in volumes of 2.5cc, 5cc

Additional Information

*The grain size of the hydroxyapatite (HA) crystals that form as part of the amorphous and crystalline mixture of calcium phosphate sets are on the nanometer scale. The size of the crystalline structures were measured by x-ray diffraction to be less than 100 nanometers.

  1. Tofighi A, Rosenberg A, Sutaria M, Balata S, Chang J. New generation of synthetic, bioresorbable and injectable calcium phosphate bone substitute materials: Alpha-bsm®, Beta-bsm™ and Gamma-bsm™. J Biomimetics, Biomaterials, and Tissue Engineering. 2009.
  2. Sarkar M, Wachter N, Patka P, Kinzl L. First histological observations on the incorporation of a novel calcium phosphate bone substitute material in human cancellous bone.
  3. Rosenberg A, Tofighi A, Camacho N, Chang J. In vitro and in vivo evaluation of calcium phosphate and demineralized bone matrix composite biomaterial. J Biomimetics, Biomaterials, and Tissue Engineering. 5:1-12.
  4. Etex TRE #91001
  5. Etex TRE #071006
  6. Van Hvid, Peter Christensen, JøRgen Søndergaard, Peter Brøgger Christensen & Christian Grønhøj Larsen (1983) Compressive Strength of Tibial Cancellous Bone: Instron® and Osteopenetrometer Measurements in an Autopsy Material, Acta Orthopaedica Scandinavica, 54:6, 819-825, DOI: 10.3109/17453678308992915.
  7. Etex TRE 202_144

 

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