Amber Implants and CAM Bioceramics are very pleased to receive the MIT South Holland grant for the second consecutive year.
The MIT project aims to design and develop new technical solutions to repair vertebral compression fractures, focusing specifically on the development and assessment of calcium phosphate together with VCFix vertebral body augmentation to stimulate the bone-implant attachment and natural healing process.
The project is led by Dr. Mohammad Ahmadi from Amber Implants & Dr. Giuseppe Cama, from CAM Bioceramics.
The first project (MIT 2019) has successfully completed the R&D feasibility phase, and it showed great potential for the improvement of the treatment of osteoporotic vertebral compression fractures.
The second project (MIT 2020) is ongoing and has shown outstanding results so far, demonstrating the possibility of using an innovative calcium phosphate for repairing vertebral fractures.
Source: CAM Bioceramics