BREAKTHROUGH

First Bone Mill Capable of Meeting

Required Grading Criteria* for

IMPACTION BONE GRAFTING

Bone: Frozen bovine femoral head;  

Blade: 3-8 mm, for impaction grafting.

The Universal Bone Mill curve

 The Universal Bone Mill blue curve depicted in the above

 meets the required grading criteria for impaction grafting*.

Innovative Technology and Design

for Creating Ideal Bone Graft

The design of the Universal Bone mill is based on the  design of our HR500 Spinal Bone Mill and the findings of N.T. Brewster et al*. The authors found that the particle size distribution profile of a well-graded bone graft, one having optimal mechanical property, is similar to the Fuller or modified Fuller curve, depicted in the graph.

Significant innovation was required to meet the Brewster's grading requirements.

As the technology leader in the industry our HR500 Spinal Bone Mill has successfully provided superior bone grafts for patients, in the USA and overseas.

*N.T. BrewsterW.J. Gillespie, C.R. Howie, S.P.G. Madabhushi,

 

 

A.S. Usamani,  D.R. Fairbarin. 

Mechanical consideration in Impaction bone grafting. Article in

 

 

the Bone and Joint Journal. February 1999.

The UNIVERSAL BONE MILL

The Universal Bone Mill in a THA Lab

The Universal Bone Mill  

 Washed re-milled graft 

 Re-milled graft 

 Milled femoral head

In a gathering of professors and hip surgeons, Cenna Medical had the opportunity to demonstrate the performance capability of The Universal Bone Mill. 

Using reciprocating saw, with three consecutive slices the femoral head was cut in 5 pieces. Using 3-8 mm blade, the cut pieces were milled and re-milled. Milling time was less than 2 seconds per piece.

A portion of the milled graft was washed to reveal the aggregates. 

The outstanding accuracy, speed and milling power of The Universal Bone Mill for hip surgeons surprised the observers in the THA lab. 

US Patents: 7588202, 8196850, 10258201