BioPoly® Receives Patent for Implantation Method
February 29, 2016
BioPoly LLC announced today that another US patent has been granted, the second in as many months. The current patent protects the implantation method of its unique BioPoly® partial resurfacing devices. The broad BioPoly patent portfolio is part of the Company’s overall IP strategy to protect its medical device technology as it markets products on a global basis.
BioPoly® Patent Issues
January 8, 2016
FORT WAYNE, IN – BioPoly LLC announced that another US patent pertaining to the BioPoly® technology has issued.
BioPoly® Partners with Global Distributor OrthoD
July 30, 2015
FORT WAYNE, IN – BioPoly LLC announced today that it has entered into an exclusive distribution agreement with UK-based global distributor, OrthoD Group Ltd, to distribute its BioPoly® partial resurfacing family of products. Through OrthoD’s extensive distribution network within its subsidiaries ORTHODYNAMICS, SUMMIT MEDICAL and ORTHOMED, BioPoly now has access to orthopaedic markets throughout the world.
BioPoly® Announces 100th Knee Surgery
April 14, 2015
FORT WAYNE, IN - BioPoly LLC, announced that it has performed its 100th surgery with the BioPoly® partial resurfacing knee implants.
BioPoly® Introduces Live Surgical Technique Video
March 27, 2015
FORT WAYNE, IN - BioPoly LLC, has introduced a live surgery video on its website (www.biopolyortho.com/Products) which includes patient interview, narrated surgical technique, and post-surgery comments from Professor Michael McNicholas (BSc, MB, ChB, FRCS (Edninburgh & Glasgow), MD, FRCSEd (Tr & Orth), FFSEM RSCI, Honorary Professor & Directorate of Sport - University of Salford, Honorary Senior Lecturer Dept of Musculoskeletal Biology - University of Liverpool).
BioPoly® Expands into Poland
February 27, 2015
FORT WAYNE, IN – BioPoly, LLC continues European expansion of its Partial Resurfacing Knee (femoral condyle) System with the first surgeries in Poland now complete. The unique hydrophilic properties of the proprietary BioPoly® material allow it to be used to replace painful cartilage defects in patients' knees.