MagnetOs Clinical Whitepaper

Use of novel biphasic calcium phosphate with submicron surface topography in posterolateral fusion

Abstract: This case series review demonstrates successful fusion results in a potentially bone density challenged group. It shows that MagnetOs directs bone formation early in the healing process and the graft resorbs at a physiologically balanced rate, thus supporting the transition from woven to trabecular bone and the development of uniform, stable and solid posterolateral fusions. These outcomes confirm results from preclinical studies that MagnetOs is an ideal bone graft extender for use in posterolateral fusion.