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Paradigm Completes 40,000th Procedure with the QUICKDRAW MIS Bone Harvester.

ROCKLAND, Mass., October 11, 2023–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Paradigm BioDevices, “The Leader in MIS Bone Graft Harvesting,” is pleased to announce the completion of 40,000 procedures utilizing the QUICKDRAW MIS Bone Grafting System. QuickDraw is a percutaneous or MIS bone grafting system developed to address risk factors associated with iliac crest bone grafting. The system is used at many elite surgical facilities throughout the U.S., including four out of five of the leading orthopedic hospitals recognized by US News & World Report. It is also utilized internationally in six (6) nations.

“We are grateful for the continued confidence and support we’ve received from our valued customers and distributors,” says Founder & President Mike O’Neill. “In an era when industry competitors are spending tens of millions marketing bone graft substitutes attacking the efficacy of autograft, we are thrilled to see the unwavering appreciation for, and continuous acceptance of, our MIS autografting products.”

Autograft is considered the unequivocal “Gold Standard” for bone fusion because it possesses the three essential elements for success – osteoconductive scaffolds, osteoinductive signaling factors, and osteogenic cellular differentiation. “Problems have never been identified with autograft’s perfect composition,” O’Neill says “instead, the problems have always been with the surgical techniques used to obtain it. While others have sought to obviate autograft with chemistry, we have focused on advancing techniques to overcome this challenge.”

QuickDraw utilizes a tiny MIS or percutaneous incision to excise precise quantities of morselized autograft bone. Numerous independent and Level 1 metadata studies have confirmed that MIS autograft can be taken both safely and effectively with fewer patient complications and superior fusion rates than bone substitutes. Paradigm will be exhibiting QuickDraw at the North American Spine Society Booth #1617 on October 18-20th. For more information, please visit

Paradigm is a privately-held company based in Rockland, MA. QuickDraw MIS Bone Harvester is a company trademark. All rights reserved.


Mike O’Neill
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Josh Sandberg

Josh Sandberg is the President and CEO of Ortho Spine Partners and sits on several company and industry related Boards. He also is the Creator and Editor of OrthoSpineNews.

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