Spine Wave launches 2 spinal fusion devices

Spine Wave launched two products for spinal fusions Dec. 2. The Defender is a titanium plate and screw system that provides fixation for anterior cervical fusion procedures, according to a news release. It can use fixed and variable angle screws and has a large graft window to provide direct visualization during procedures.

Methodologies to Facet Fusion for Endoscopic Component

To improve and enhance facet fusion, expose and percutaneous methodologies to facet fusion have been characterized. The goal of this study is to explain the endoscopic component decortication with an allograft implantation approach as an adjuvant to an intramedullary union. Endoscopic entrance to Kambin’s trapezoid, disk herniation preparedness, extensible enclosure...
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SeaSpine releases Admiral ACP implant system

SeaSpine's Admiral ACP system was released in a commercial launch Nov. 23. Admiral ACP is used for fixation in anterior cervical discectomy and fusion procedures in conjunction with SeaSpine's interbody products, according to a news release. It has multiple plating options and crossover sizes to help physicians address surgical needs, the company said.

Spinal Fusion Devices Market Size to Reach USD 8.90 Billion in 2027 | Emergen Research

Increasing numbers of spinal disorders, growing geriatric population, and increasing advancements in surgical technology are some key factors expected to drive market growth. According to Emergen Research, the global spinal fusion devices market size was USD 6.88 billion in 2019 and is expected to reach USD 8.90 Billion in 2027 and register a revenue CAGR of 3.5% during the forecast period, 2020-2027.

SeaSpine fully launches its Admiral ACP system

SeaSpine (NSDQ:SPNE) announced today that it began the full commercial launch of its Admiral ACP (anterior cervical plating) system. Carlsbad, California–based SeaSpine designed its Admiral ACP as the next generation of anterior cervical plating. It’s meant to find the optimal balance between strength, profile and construct rigidity. According to a...

9 spine devices granted breakthrough device designation

The FDA's Breakthrough Devices Program is designed to accelerate the development, assessment and review of medical devices that provide effective treatment or diagnosis of life-threatening or irreversibly debilitating diseases or conditions. Here are nine spine devices that received the designation this year:. 1. Premia Spine's Tops system: a facet joint...

HAPPE Spine Closes $3.35M Funding Round

Left: HAPPE’s bone-like cancellous structure. Right: robust bone (purple) ingrowth and vascularization into the HAPPE material (brown), including on-growth to bioactive surfaces, shown in preclinical studies. / Source: HAPPE Spine LLC. Holland, Michigan-based HAPPE Spine LLC has successfully closed an oversubscribed $3.35 million Series A funding round featuring investors from...

Patient-specific spine and orthopedic implants: Devices in the spotlight and surgeons' observations

Patient-specific implants, which tout more accurate spine and orthopedic surgery, have made several advances in 2021. Reception among surgeons remains mixed, however. Here are seven industry observations and opinions from surgeons:. 1. Medtronic's patient-specific UNiD Rods were cleared for use with the devicemaker's CD Horizon, Solera, Voyager and Infinity OCT...

Spinal Elements® Announces First Clinical Use of the Lucent® 3D Lumbar Interbody System

CARLSBAD, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Spinal Elements, a spine technology company, today announced that the Lucent 3D Lumbar Interbody System has been successfully used in its first clinical cases with Dr. Thomas Noh, Neurosurgeon at Hawaii Pacific Health and Assistant Clinical Professor at the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) at the University of Hawaii and Dr. Douglas H. Musser, D.O. at Youngstown Orthopedics Associates in Canfield, Ohio.

Spinal Elements' 3D-printed interbody system debuts in Ohio and Hawaii

The first clinical cases with Spinal Elements' Lucent 3D-printed lumbar interbody system were completed at Hawaii Pacific Health in Honolulu and Youngstown Orthopedics Associates in Canfield, Ohio. Thomas Noh, MD, of Hawaii Pacific Health, and Douglas Musser, DO, of Youngstown Orthopedics Associates, performed the procedures, according to a Nov. 8...

Spine, orthopedic implant company closes $3.35M in investment

Happe Spine, a company developing spine and orthopedic implants, closed $3.35 million in series A capital. The funding came from investors within the spine industry and the Genesis Innovation Group, according to a Nov. 8 news release. Happe Spine plans to use the money to launch an implant for spinal fusions.

How to address the common challenges associated with static interbody cages — Insights from Drs. Holland & Rajpal

For years, spine surgeons encountered multiple challenges using static interbody cages in procedures. The desire to minimize these challenges led to the development of expandable interbody cages. To better understand the advantages of expandable interbody cages — and specifically the advantages of the Catalyft™ PL expandable interbody device — Becker’s...