This study evaluates the difference in postoperative bleeding between two study groups, FDA cleared MONTAGE Settable Resorbable Hemostatic Bone Putty and standard of care (no bone hemostat) during pedicle subtraction osteotomy procedures.
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|Eligible Ages||18 Years - 80 Years|
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|William Lavelle, MD|
|Principal Investigator Affiliation||SUNY Upstate|
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|Overall Status||Enrolling by invitation|
The disease, disorder, syndrome, illness, or injury that is being studied.
|Fused Vertebrae, Ankylosing Spondylitis, Sagittal Deformities, Thoracolumbar Kyphosis|
Pedicle Subtraction osteotomy (PSO) is a surgical option for treating several spinal deformities. It has been utilized in alignment disorders of the fused spine, in the lumbar spine to treat large sagittal deformities and in patients with ankylosing spondylitis with thoracolumbar kyphotic deformity. PSO typically results in substantial loss of blood (as much as 2L) with a significant portion of the loss likely occurring at the osteotomy surfaces post-surgically. The control of peri-operative blood loss is considered a critical issue by spine surgeons. A variety of methods have been proposed for the reduction of blood loss during or immediately after spine surgery, including preoperative use of erythropoietin, autologous blood, cell salvage, intra-operative controlled hypotension, and the use of anti-fibrinolytic drugs. Bone hemostats have traditionally not been part of the standard of care to promote hemostasis probably because most traditional options (e.g., bone wax) are nonabsorbable and thus might interfere with fusion at the osteotomy site. MONTAGE is a settable (hardening) bioabsorbable polymer and hydroxyapatite/beta tricalcium phosphate based putty, used in the control of bleeding from bone during spine, orthopedic, craniomaxillofacial, thoracic and other surgical procedures, and has been FDA cleared.
Experimental: Montage Bone Hemostat
Use of Montage Settable Resorbable Hemostatic bone putty on the cut surfaces of bleeding bone at the osteotomy site
No Intervention: Standard of Care: No bone hemostat
Use of no bone hemostat on the cut surfaces of bleeding bone at the osteotomy site
Device: - Experimental: Montage Bone Hemostat
Use of Montage bone hemostat on the cut surfaces of bone at the osteotomy site
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Upstate Medical University
Syracuse, New York, 13210