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La magia dietro il nuovo impianto – il nuovo standard conico

Roxolid® un materiale rivoluzionario

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  • Maggiore accettazione da parte del paziente
  • Prestazioni comprovate clinicamente

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Eccellente stabilità primaria anche quando le condizioni dell’osso risultano compromesse

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  • Trattamento più sicuro e veloce in 3-4 settimane in tutte le indicazioni3-11
  • Maggiore predicibilità del trattamento nei protocolli critici12-17
  • Non solo pazienti sani: il numero potenziale di pazienti trattabili si amplia18

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