A device used for preparing bone graft in surgery
The Single Use Bone Morselizer is a device that take autologus or allographic bone and reduces it to smaller elements for placement as bone graft. This is especially useful in spine surgery where bone graft is used in every fusion.
The concept of the device is such that it is similar to a coffee bean grinder, where a high speed blade breaks down large pieces of bone into smaller pieces. This bone is captured in a reservoir.
A second concept is similar to a pepper mill, where the bone is ground and captured in a reservoir.