Minimally-invasive techniques have been real game-changers
for patients undergoing spine and orthopedic procedures. These advances improve surgical access dramatically reducing incision size and tissue destruction, surgical times, and anesthesia resulting in decreased blood loss, morbidity, hospital stays and recovery times. Our team dedicated itself to advancing a comprehensive MIS solution to obtain the best bone graft available with the aim of increasing good patient outcomes with higher fusion rates.
To make autograft accessible through advanced MIS solutions that minimize drawbacks associated with earlier surgical techniques.
Our team identified risk factors associated with pain and morbidity after autograft harvest. We learned that reductions to incision size by 60%-90%, combined with a muscle-splitting approach with minimal gluteal dissection and less blunt trauma to the donor site, result in a great reduction of risk factors contributing to donor site pain and morbidity.
GOLD STANDARD - RISK FACTORS = BETTER OUTCOMES
Our company was founded in 1997 to pioneer minimally-invasive solutions to complex challenges facing surgeons and their patients. Surgeons agreed that one of their greatest problems was the high degree of patients complaining of donor site pain after iliac crest bone graft harvest. While most companies sought to replace and negate autograft with synthetics and composites that tried to "mimic" autograft, our team remained committed to the fact that there is nothing wrong with autograft's perfect composition. Instead, we tackled deficiencies in techniques by advancing superior MIS solutions.
Why Paradigm BioDevices?
QuickDraw Bone Harvester
The QuickDraw Bone Harvester is a complete graft collection and delivery system that excises measured amounts of morselized autograft through percutaneous or MIS approaches to the iliac crest or other harvest sites.
Disposable MIS Kits
Simple Made Easier. The QuickDraw MIS Bone Harvester is available in new completely disposable kits and contains the necessary instruments to obtain bone through a mini-open 1cm to 2cm incision resulting in a reduction...
Minimal Incisional Exposure. Our classical system consists of universal instrumentation kit and access tools that allow a percutaneous incision to the iliac crest facilitating a reduction of risk factors associated with traditional open techniques.