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Avoiding Surgery, Relieving Pain, Promoting Healing.

About two million people in Germany suffer from osteoarthritis of the joints. Because of the high incidence and the often unsatisfactory outcomes, the need for safe and effective orthopaedic treatment methods is very high. Under the pressure of the increasing annual number of joint operations for osteoarthritis (so-called total endoprosthesis, for short: TEP), as well as other surgical procedures such as arthroscopy, and the resulting cost burden on the healthcare system in Germany, there is a huge need for the expansion of existing as well as new conservative treatment methods.

In other words: For medical procedures for preserving the knee joint without requiring surgery. Enter ORTHOGEN Lab Services GmbH. The EOT®II syringe is used in the context of non-surgical treatment for osteoarthritis and joint problems. The patented process enables the attending physician to produce autologous conditioned serum (for short: ACS) using the EOT®II syringe in the laboratory.

Experience Reports

Serum collection with the EOT®II syringe is quite straightforward: The production of Autologous Conditioned Serum (ACS) is easy and quickly carried out in certified labs.

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Preparation of Serum

With the patented second-generation medical device EOT®II, using a special process at the orthopaedist’s the so-called autologous conditioned serum (for short: ACS) is prepared.

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With the Orthokine® Starter Kit, you have all that you need for the first-hand use of Orthokine®serum in your surgery. As well as the equipment available to be supplied

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Recent News

Cooperation with Chiesi Russia

News in Orthopaedics October 26th, 2015, Düsseldorf ORTHOGEN Lab Services GmbH and Chiesi Russia have signed a long-term framework agreement for an exclusive cooperation in Russia. The aim of the agreement is to make the...
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Orthogen supports the Berliner Turn- und Freizeitsport-Bund

News in Orthopaedics October 22nd, 2015, Berlin On the fringes of the German Congress of Orthopaedics and Traumatology (DKOU) on October 22nd, 2015, in Berlin, Orthogen organised a charity soccer match together with the Bundesliga...
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