Developing the next generation of ortho devices
Used in applications such as hip cups, rotating-hinge knees and knotless shoulder anchors, our metal-replacement solutions are reshaping orthopedics to deliver greater long-term patient satisfaction. From discovering new ortho device opportunities to supporting market adoption, Invibio is here to help you every step of the way in this highly regulated environment.
Meeting the needs of medical device companies, surgeons and patients
Invibio is committed to developing solutions that can bring significant advantages for patients and surgeons. We are more than a biomaterials provider; we are a partner that can add value to all stages of a medical device product lifecycle.
Identifying New Opportunities
Utilizing multiple approaches to gain insight into patient and clinician challenges and health economic impact.
Developing Materials and Components
Developing materials, components or devices that address key challenges focusing on improved outcomes at reduced costs.
Collaborating with universities and our partners to determine performance criteria and address risks.
Supporting Regulatory Processes
Partnering to identify regulatory pathways in support of fast tracking clearance.
Expediting Market Adoption
Generating clinical evidence and collaborating with KOLs to drive market adoption; offering our partners technical, marketing and sales support.
Read what leading ortho healthcare and industry professionals say about our biomaterial solutions
Field, et al. reports on a clinical trial of a MOTIS™ acetabular cup. Overall, all 25 acetabular cups exhibited excellent fixation at up to 3 years and 19 patients have shown positive results.
A. Giurea, et.al (2014) showcase excellent clinical results of the EnduRo total knee arthroplasty (TKA) made of PEEK OPTIMA polymer. No premature material failure or unusual biological response to the new bearing material could be detected.
PEEK-OPTIMA™ polymer blends proven performance with superior wear, safety and comfort and has properties that are closer to bone than metal, so there is less stress shielding.1 Since Invibio introduced PEEK-OPTIMA as the first implantable PEEK polymer in 1999, it has earned the confidence and gained the acceptance of the global medical community.