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Turkey article

Turkey article

Turkey, a country with a lot of reimbursement problems since two
years for non-fusion products, received the approval for GSP™,
the Growing Spine Profiler, for treatment of EOS, Early Onset
Scoliosis, in April 2012.

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SPINALCOLUMN July 2012
PARADIGM SPINE
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Turkey, a country with a lot of reimbursement problems since two
years for non-fusion products, received the approval for GSP™,
the Growing Spine Profiler, for treatment of EOS, Early Onset
Scoliosis, in April 2012.
The first surgeries took place in Malatya, a 2-million habitants
city in the south-east of Turkey, about 200 kilometers from the
Syrian border. Malatya is famous for their dried fruits, apricots,
which are exported to all countries.
In Inonu University Faculty of Medicine, Turgut Ozal Medical
Center, referring to the University Hospital of Malatya, Dr. Mehmet
Fatih Korkmaz, performed the first two GSP™ surgeries with
support of Kerstin Kopp, Director International Business Development
and former Product Manager for Non-Fusion Scoliosis at
Paradigm Spine.
Dr. Korkmaz already performed two more surgeries and the next
are already planned for mid of May. He sees a lot of congenital
scoliosis, with severe malformation of the vertebral body, and
thinks he can help these children with the GSP™ system, to prevent
early fusion of the spine in these young children.
After a very friendly and strong partnership in spine business with
FerMed, President Kamil Bal, it is a further step to enhance their
business after the problems with reimbursement in the country.
We are looking forward to further business with FerMed.

 

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