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Lumbar vertebral corpectomy prosthesis CHARSPINE
expandable

lumbar vertebral corpectomy prosthesis
lumbar vertebral corpectomy prosthesis
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Characteristics

Spinal section
lumbar
Implant characteristics
expandable

Description

CHARSPINE expandable VBR implants system Design aligned with anatomy • anatomically shaped endplates• different surgical approaches (anterior, anterolateral, lateral, posterior) applicable• made of biocompatible PEEK with elastic modulus similar to that of normal human bone• open design for best bone osteosynthesisA wide range of implants• adapted to different anatomical structures• height range from 25 to 100mm• endplates available in three dimensions and four angular varieties (10 different lordosis and kyphosis angles possible)Safety• endplates with a serrated surface and four spikes for increased stability• self-locking mechanism against in vivo uncontrolled height reduction• smooth height change based on a durable screw mechanism• quick and easy intraoperative assembly and disassembly• 8 radiopaque tantalum markers for precise verification of implant position The PLIF, TLIF, ALIF cages, cervical intervertebral cages and expandable implants of vertebral bodies (VBR) are made of biocompatible PEEK (poly-etheretherketone)or biocompatible titanium alloy. Titanium alloy implants are also manufactured in 3D printing technology using selective laser melt-ing method (3D-Ti implants). 3D-Ti implants have a spatial trabecular struc-ture to facilitate bone tissue ingrowth. Mesh implants of vertebral bodies (VBR) are made of biocompatible titanium alloy. Intervertebral implants are offered in various heights and lordotic angles to adapt best to a variety of patient anatomies.

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