Me and My Knee Operation: Tiny Cushion in your knee that helps you avoid drastic surgery
May 23, 2014
A new cartilage patch means patients with arthritis can avoid a total knee replacement. John Cronin, 65, an airline sales agent from East Preston, West Sussex, had operation, as he tells CAROL DAVIS.
BioPoly™ Raises $5M for European Commercialization of Its Orthopaedic Products
February 9, 2014
FORT WAYNE, IN - BioPoly LLC, a Schwartz Biomedical company, announced today that it has fully subscribed its latest round of equity financing ($5M). BioPoly received regulatory approval (i.e. CE mark) to sell its unique knee resurfacing devices in Europe, and has been successfully implanting in patients for more than 2 years. Expansion of product sales into additional European countries is in process, as well as launching into select countries outside the European Union.
Functional outcomes at 18 months after treatment of a femoral condyle chondral lesion with a novel permanent defect replacement implant (BioPoly™ RS Partial Resurfacing Knee): a case report
October 1, 2013
A 47 year old female reported for consultation with complaints of pain in the medial aspect of the knee. The patient was an otherwise healthy individual with a BMI of 22 and no concomitant health problems, who was active in recreational sports such as running and skiing prior to experiencing knee problems.
BioPoly Announces First Implantation of New Partial Resurfacing Knee Product
May 23, 2012
FORT WAYNE, IN - BioPoly LLC, announced that it has performed the first implantation of the BioPoly RS Knee System in London, England. Launching in select countries across Europe, the BioPoly™ RS Partial Resurfacing Knee Implant is the first knee device manufactured from a proprietary biomaterial specifically created for favorable interaction with joint tissues.
Sporty Mary is pain-free after new knee treatment
May 21, 2012
A pioneering operation that replaces cartilage has given new life to a mother of two.
BioPoly Partial Knee Resurfacing Shows Promise
April 27, 2012
London Clinic consultant Mr. Dinesh Nathwani successfully performed the world's first BioPoly partial knee resurfacing procedure on the 9th January at The Advanced Therapies Centre, a newly launched clinical trials facility at The London Clinic, which aims to offer patients a range of innovative therapy choices by accessing trials and novel therapies.