RemeOs™ - Coming soon!

The company´s next-generation patented bioresorbable metal, RemeOs™, is in the clinical phase with promising interim results. RemeOs™ is based on naturally occurring essential metals in the human body: magnesium, zinc and calcium. The material does not contain any rare-earth elements (REE), foreign to the human body like Yttrium, Gadolinium, Neodymium, nor any other (REE).

Clinical trials have shown excellent results proving the safety and functionality of the material. Its high mechanical properties and degradation characteristics are well suitable for load-bearing clinical applications as well as in pediatrics. This alloy has been developed over the course of eight years and marks an important milestone in materials research. Now for first time surgeons have the possibility to use safe bioresorbable materials in load-bearing indications. The strength of patented RemeOs™ implants is closer to traditional (stainless steel, titanium) metal implants than polymer implants. With the upcoming RemeOs™ implants, surgeon can achieve similar fixation as with traditional metal implants. Also, operation technique principles with RemeOs™ implants are the same as with traditional metal implants.

In many cases, traditional metal implants have to be removed due to long term adverse effects. Removal surgery increases the patient’s discomfort and the risk of complications. RemeOs™ implants eliminate the need for implant removal. Stress-shielding associated with traditional metal implants may result in bone atrophy and osteolysis. RemeOs™ resorbable metal implants resorb into bone, assisting in the healing process. Due to implant resorption, the risks of any implant-related long-term complications will be eliminated.

RemeOs™ series material

Studies:

A lean bioabsorbable magnesium-zinc-calcium alloy ZX00 used for operative treatment of medial malleolus fractures early clinical results of a prospective non-randomized first in man study

A lean magnesium-zinc-calcium alloy ZX00 used for bone fracture stabilization in a large growing-animal model

Assessing the degradation performance of ultrahigh-purity magnesium in vitro and in vivo

High-Strength Low-Alloy (HSLA) Mg-Zn-Ca Alloys with Excellent Biodegradation Performance

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