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The Avitus® Bone Harvester is an FDA 510(k) cleared device for prescription use only.

Indication for use: The Avitus® Bone Harvester is intended to harvest cancellous bone and marrow.

Prior to use, refer to the Instructions for Use supplied with the device for indications, contraindications, recommended procedure, potential complications, warnings, and precautions.

Contact sales@avitusortho.com for ordering information.

Lukasiewicz, A., Bagi, P., Yu K., Tyagi, V., & Walls, R. (2021). Novel Vacuum-Assisted Method for Harvesting Autologous Cancellous Bone Graft and Bone Marrow From the Proximal Tibial Metaphysis. Foot & Ankle Orthopaedics, 6(1) 1-5.
Kaplan, J (2020). Triple Arthrodesis with Proximal Tibia Bone Graft and Marrow Harvest
Regal, S (2019). Two Stage ORIF of Distal Radius Fracture with Bone Loss with Proximal Tibia Bone Harvest Using Avitus Bone Harvester
Kreulen, C (2019). Tibiotalar Calcaneal (TTC) Fusion with Proximal Tibial Bone Graft & Marrow Harvest
Coleman, B. (2018). A Clinical Review of Autogenous Bone Grafting for Orthopaedics and the Avitus Bone Harvester.
Berson, L. (2018). A Case Series Review of the Avitus Bone Harvester and Autologous Bone Harvesting for Foot & Ankle Applications.
Bagi, P., Tyagi, V., & Walls, R. (2018). Novel, Vacuum-assisted Method for Harvesting Autogenous Cancellous Bone Graft and Bone Marrow from the Proximal Tibial Metaphysis. ePoster. AOFAS 2018.
Montijo, H. (2018). Subtalar Fusion with Avitus Proximal Tibia Autologous Bone Graft Harvest.
Greene, D., Judd, N. (2020). Case Series: A Retrospective Review of Clinical Outcomes Using the Avitus Bone Harvester.
McAlister, J. (2018). Tibiotalar & Subtalar Joint Arthrodesis with Proximal Tibia Bone Graft Harvest.
Butto, D., Balloch, R. (2018). 1st TMT + 1st MPJ Joint Fusion with Calcaneus Bone Harvest.
Wrotslavsky, P. (2017). Exploring the Potential of a New Modality for Harvesting Bone Autograft. Podiatry Today, 30(10). Retrieved from http://www.podiatrytoday.com/exploring-potential-new-modality-harvesting-bone-autograft.

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Harvest Site :: Proximal Tibia
Harvest Site :: Distal Tibia
Harvest Site :: Calcaneous
Harvest Site :: Distal Femur
Harvest Site :: Distal Radius
Autograft is the gold standard bone graft material because of its high rates of successful fusion. Autograft has these superior regenerative characteristics because it has all the necessary properties required for bone growth and fusion:
  • Osteoconduction: guiding regeneration and repair of the natural bone
  • Osteoinduction: encouraging undifferentiated cells to become new bone cells
  • Osteogenesis: promotion of bone growth and remodeling by living bone cells in the graft
Furthermore, because autograft is utilized from the patient's own body, it eliminates the risk of disease transmission.
In addition to delivering superior fusion rates to patients, the use of autograft can provide significant cost savings over expensive bone graft substitutes.