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nasakido 08-22-2016 06:40 PM

AxioMed Freedom Lumbar Disc
 
5 Attachment(s)
Website: AxioMed Freedom Lumbar Disc


Attached are the Whitepapers for the AxioMed Freedom Lumbar Disc:
  • Attachment #1: Biocompatibility of the Freedom Lumbar Disc and Freedom Cervical Disc
  • Attachment #3: Fatigue Characterization of the Freedom Lumbar Disc
  • Attachment #4: Freedom Lumbar Disc - Clinical Outcomes Benchmarked Against All TDRs in the SWISSspine Registry
  • Attachment #5: Freedom Lumbar Disc Wear Testing and Evaluation of Wear Debris in an Animal Model

Material Breakdown:

The FLD retaining plates and end caps
  • Titanium Alloy (Ti-6Al-4V), Grade 5 (6% aluminum, 4% vanadium, 0.25% (maximum) iron, 0.2% (maximum) oxygen, and the remainder titanium) (ASTM F136)
Rails and bead-coated superior and inferior end-plates
  • Commercially Pure Titanium (T40), Grade 2 (ASTM F67)
Bonded FLD Core & titanium retaining plates
  • "Proprietary" urethane adhesive
Elastomeric FLD core
  • CarboSil TSPU, a silicone polycarbonate urethane polymer with silicone surface-modifying end groups

nasakido 08-22-2016 06:42 PM

CarboSil TSPU
 
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Attached is a product sheet for CarboSil TSPU

WakesurfMike 12-21-2016 10:16 AM

Have they started manufacturing Axiomed Freedom again?
 
I found it odd that I was having problems finding any surgeons that where using the Axiomed Freedom disk and did some more investigating. I did try the contact us on the Axiomed website over a week ago but never got a reply. I left a voicemail at the phone number provided today.

If anyone has had Freedom disk implanted in last year please let me know and the surgeon you used.

http://www.axiomed.com/investors.html

AxioMed has spent over $80 million in R&D since 2001 to finally provide the healthcare community a solution that both surgeons and patients can stand behind.

When AxioMed hit financial distress and the chance arose to acquire this revolutionary technology solution in 2014, Dr. Chin and I instantly seized the opportunity. This acquisition may prove to be one of the most significant in the history of spine. The AxioMed total disc replacement technology has been on the market in Europe for over seven years, gaining positive feedback from surgeons and patients.

We plan to raise $5 million equity in this first round to complete the lumbar disc FDA submission, start manufacturing to generate sales overseas and initiate the cervical IDE in the US.

With AxioMed now under KICVentures, we fully intend to bring this disruptive technology to market globally and believe it represents a multi-billion dollar opportunity. We believe this total disc replacement technology will change spine treatment as we know it.

Interested in Investing? Contact
AdityaHumad@kicventures.com

http://kicventures.com/news.html

http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/12/prweb13114430.htm

BOSTON, MA (PRWEB) DECEMBER 05, 2015
KICVentures (http://kicventures.com) announced today that plans are underway to move its portfolio company AxioMed®, LLC from Cleveland, OH to KICVentures’ headquarter offices at 350 Main St. in Malden, MA.
M&K Engineering, a close partner of KICVentures and its portfolio company SpineFrontier®, will house all of AxioMed’s production and manufacturing equipment, including their clean room in Woburn, MA.


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