University of Utah Orthopaedic Innovation Center (OIC) Discovered Novel Bone Bolt System for fixing bone fractures

The University of Utah Orthopaedic Innovation Center (OIC) is proud to announce the Bone Bolt System in collaboration with the Department of Orthopaedics and Spencer Fox Eccles School of Medicine. The Bone Bolt System is a revolutionary implant system specifically designed by the OIC for percutaneous bone fracture fixation. A diverse range of implants, varying in lengths and diameters, are complemented by specialized surgical instruments and sterilization trays for optimal patient-specific procedures.

This system is intended for the treatment of complex bone fractures, including pelvic fractures and fractures of long bones in the arms and legs.
The Bone Bolt procedure's simplicity and effectiveness in stabilizing challenging fractures are expected to significantly impact the standard of care for patients with such injuries.

OIC and the University of Utah PIVOT Center aim to establish industry partnerships for nationwide commercialization and distribution of the Bone Bolt System.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted market approval for the Bone Bolt System.

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