An innovative biological cartilage repair method for treating chondral and osteochondral defects in the knee
- A minimally invasive, one-step surgical technique
- Based on microfracturing, the established first-line treatment
- Natural protection of the super clot resulting from Chondro-Gide®’s unique bilayer structure
- Positive influence on chondrogenic cell differentiation through Chondro-Gide®
- Particularly suitable for treating osteochondral and retropatellar defects
- Verified improvement of clinical function and patient satisfactiont.
- Straightforward, cost-efficient surgical technique
- Over 7 years clinical experience.
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