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A fortifying osteoconductive biocement that combines industry leading compressive strength with superior flow characteristics. Fortera is a biocompatible, self-setting, gradually resorbable, calcium phosphate cement, supplied in a sterile, single use kit. After briefly mixing the product components at the point of use, the material transforms into a paste, capable of flowing through a 16 gauge cannula. Fortera has a working time up to 7 minutes, after which the material will begin to set. Upon setting, the material converts to hydroxyapatite, the mineral composition of native human bone. Material crystallizes into hydroxyapatite upon setting, the mineral phase of native human bone.
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Fortera Stadium in Clarksville, Tennessee. It opened in and is home to the Austin Peay Governors football team. Clarksville Municipal Stadium , as it was originally known, was constructed by the city of Clarksville in The city permitted Austin Peay to use the stadium for an annual sum which was thought to be the actual cost to the city. The city maintained its ownership and operation of the Municipal Stadium until In that year, as a result of a cooperative agreement between Austin Peay, the county officials and the city officials, the city conveyed title to one-third of the stadium to the State of Tennessee for the university. The other one-third went to Montgomery County. With the purchase, the University installed a new playing surface and, more importantly, changed the name of the facility to Governors Stadium. Austin Peay, Montgomery County, and the city of Clarksville were authorized to appropriate funds to the newly created Stadium Authority for constructing, remodeling and operating the stadium.