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Patrick Eckhold

BioCartilage Micro Matrix 

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medical illustration of A still from an animation showing the microscopic environment of the BioCartilage allograft tissue. Once BioCartilage is embedded into a cartilage defect, stem cells from the patient migrate into the allograft and begin to differentiate into Chrondrocytes.  Over time, this process heals problematic cartilaginous defects naturally.
Next medical illustration of A still from an animation showing the technology behind the Apollo Radio-Frequency (RF) Wand.  The Apollo RF uses a radio-frequency current between electrodes to generate a low temperature plasma field at the tip of the probe.  The plasma field allows the surgeon to ablate and cauterize tissue at a low temperature compared to traditional electrocautery instruments.

Apollo RF Probe

A still from an animation showing the microscopic environment of the BioCartilage allograft tissue. Once BioCartilage is embedded into a cartilage defect, stem cells from the patient migrate into the allograft and begin to differentiate into Chrondrocytes. Over time, this process heals problematic cartilaginous defects naturally.

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