The BoneBac Press is a single-use sterile surgical device that collects and easily processes patient bone into usable autograft that is applied to the fusion site.
Using the BoneBac Press – an average single level posterior spinal fusion procedure (TLIF approach) produces 8CC of patient Autograft.
Currently for fusion procedures, hospitals purchase allograft bone from cadaver donors or synthetic bone substitutes that can cost thousands of dollars per case.
The BoneBac Press is a single-use device that captures bone and blood from the patient that would otherwise be lost during surgery.
The Press is placed inline with separate suction that’s used during bone burring to collect autograft bone from the patient surgical site, without requiring additional graft harvest sites or procedures.
Bone or bone-substitutes are generally used in all spine and bone fusion procedures, as the bone is often mixed with patient blood to create a bone-putty that is applied between the areas to be fused.
The goal is to use the bone putty to fuse the adjacent bones into one solid fused bone in the hardening process that can take months before fusion is complete.
The BoneBac Press provides additional real bone during surgery at minimal cost.
In 2011, the BoneBac Press was awarded Best New Technology for Biologic and Biomaterials for Spine Care by the Spine Awards
Becker Spine recognized the BoneBac Press as a cutting-edge spine surgery device