Bone Graft Convenience Kit

Bone Formation Triangle

Three key elements in bone formation include scaffold, cells and signals.

The Structure Necessary for Bone Growth

Bonus™ Synthetic Graft resorbable bone graft is used to fill bone voids and acts as an osteoconductive porous scaffold for recruited cells.
15cc of Bonus™ Synthetic Graft is provided in each convenience kit and can be hydrated with bone marrow aspirate obtained using the supplied bone marrow aspiration needle. Bonus™ Synthetic Graft has been shown effective as a graft substitute in metaphyseal defects, lumbar fusions, and cervical fusions.




  • Serves as a matrix for new bone growth with healing times comparable to autogenous bone grafts
  • Eliminates risk of disease transmission
  • Reduces need to harvest autologous bone graft


  • 85% calcium carbonate, 15% hydroxyapatite
  • Pores allow for fast wicking of fluids
  • Architecture mimics human cancellous bone
  • Pore sizes range from 26–770 micron
  • 60–70% porous

Platelets Matter

The GPS® III System produces 6ml of platelet rich plasma from a 60ml input. The PRP will contain over 90% of the available platelets and 50% of the available white blood cells. This concentrated output can be combined with autograft or allograft bone.

Harvesting the Patient’s Own Cells

Bone marrow aspirate contains cells which can differentiate into bone. Aspiration of bone marrow allows the surgeon access to the patient’s own population of stem cells. Bone marrow aspirate can be used to hydrate Bonus™ Synthetic Graft.

Features of Bone Marrow Aspiration Needle

  • Aspirate can be obtained from a variety of anatomical locations including the illiac crest, tibia and calcaneous
  • Five holes placed at distal tip, allowing for better aspiration
  • One stylet with trocar point for penetration of the cortical bone into the bone marrow cavity
  • One stylet with blunt tip for easy movement of the needle within the bone marrow cavity