BioAccess Small Bone Power Tool and Attachments to be shown at New Jersey Orthopaedic Society Meeting
BioAccess is supporting the New Jersey Orthopaedic Society (NJOS) at their upcoming meeting in October and will be exhibiting the Small Bone Tool technology at the meeting. In addition to the unique orthopedic power drill technology for small bone orthopedic needs, the various BioAccess attachments including the Quick Release, the Wire Driver and the Keyless Chuck available for orthopedic physicians will be shown. The conference is being held on October 23, 2009 in New Jersey.
These products along with the Traction Pin Kits for skeletal traction were on display at the recent American Academy of Orthopaedic Society meeting in Las Vegas.
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