Orthobond
Coming December 13

Solving the $4.7B Surgical Site Infection Problem

Date & Time


December 13, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
Webinar Details provided upon RSVP Approval

About the Event


Every year infections from contaminated pedicle screws costs hospitals and patients upwards of $4.7B in additional costs. It’s a problem that can be avoided with a new nanosurface technology created by Orthobond.

Join this webinar to hear about the true scope of the issue from:

  • Dr. Frank Cammisa, Chief Emeritus of HSS Spine at Hospital for Special Surgery 
  • Dr. Celeste Abjornson, Director of the Integrated Spine Research Program at Hospital for Special Surgery
  • David L. Nichols, CEO of Orthobond

Please join our webinar to learn more about the challenge of surgical site infections and how Orthobond has created a solution that has the potential to improve thousands of lives and save billions of dollars.

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