CHARSPINE2 intervertebral cervical cages
Cervical intervertebral cage, together with instrument set, is designed for the surgical treatment of the cervical spine diseases at the level of C3 to C7, where spinal arthrodesis is advisable. Cervical spine diseases include:• hernias,• Degenerative Disc Diseases (DDD),• vertebrae instability,• re-operations,• degenerative scoliosis.( The above list is not exhaustive.)It is not recommended to use the system in case of:• spine tumors,• bad physical and mental state of the patient,• osteoporosis,• allergy or intolerance to polyetheretherketone (PEEK Optima) or tantalum,• spine infections,• vertebral fractures.( The above list is not exhaustive).
Features:• made of radiolucent PEEK Optima,• tantalum markers well-visible on the X-Ray images,• wide range of implants allows the surgeon to select an implant that fits best the anatomical structure of the patient,• large space in the cage provided for autologous bone grafting that does not reduce the high strength properties of the implant,• implant surfaces with a profiled teeth to eliminate the implanted cage migration
esign aligned with anatomy • three footprints: 13x11mm, 12x15mm and 17x13mm• two profiles: lordotic and anatomic (one side convex) design• seven heights in range from 4mm to 10mm• large space inside the cage for autologous bone graft or bone substitute