Cork orthopaedic trauma company’s bone-healing products spark interest from distributors worldwide
OrthoXel is targeting the US for a product launch in 2019
Cork orthopaedic trauma company OrthoXel, which develops products that reduce the time it takes for fractures to heal by up to 25 per cent, is in talks with distributors across the US, Middle East and South America.
OrthoXel is targeting the US for a product launch in 2019 and is currently engaging with orthopaedic trauma centres to generate clinical data, which is required for US clinical validation and price negotiation.
It has already had interest from other...
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