Stand-Alone Interbody Device (SIBD)
The ArcadiusXP L® Interbody Fusion System is a stand-alone device intended to be used with four bone screws if no supplement fixation is used to stabilize the lumbar spine through an anterior approach.
ArcadiusXP L® combines high primary and secondary stability [1, 2] and improved imaging properties . PLASMAPOREXP® osteoconductive coating was developed to promote implant stability and bony ingrowth [1, 2].
Implant design and flexible instrumentation allow an accessibility from a wide range of angles for instrumentation and hence provide ease in screw insertion.
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