Introducing CERVOS PRP

Customizable System Featuring A Propietary Platelet Collection Surface


PRP has become a first option for patients and clinicians to repair damaged muscular skeletal tissue before resorting to more invasive procedures. Protocols for all commercial point of care systems are derived from blood banking protocols used in transfusion medicine. Understanding those protocols and the physics of blood separation can be used to understand which systems work best and why the new CERVOS PRP system represents a new standard.
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Percutaneous Bone Grafting: MIS Advancements for Orthopedics

CERVOS Master Class 05/2021


Recent randomized controlled trials covering several hundred patients with approximately 15 year follow up have documented that biologic repair accomplished by transplanting marrow from the axial skeleton to atrophied tissue for patients with various orthopedic maladies in bone or at the bone and soft tissue interface is possible. These studies focused on osteoarthritis, osteonecrosis, nonunion and rotator cuff repair. Read more

Advancements in Joint Preservation: A Novel Alternative to Traditional Arthroplasty

CERVOS Master Class


Recent randomized controlled trials covering several hundred patients with approximately 15 year follow up have documented that biologic repair of subchondral lesions for patients with osteoarthritis and osteonecrosis is a viable alternative to total knee arthroplasty. Read more