Occipito-cervico-thoracic osteosynthesis unit CHARSPINE

occipito-cervico-thoracic osteosynthesis unit
occipito-cervico-thoracic osteosynthesis unit
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The CHARSPINE OCT system was developed for the treatment of diseases and injuries of the occipito-cervico-thoracic spine through stabilization of the operated segment. The stabilization is performed through posterior approach, with use of specialized instruments and a number of implants included in the system, such as: rods, screws, hooks, occipital plates and various types of connectors. INDICATIONS Instability in the upper cervical spine and cervical-occipital junction which may be caused by: • rheumatoid arthritis, • congenital anomalies, • post-traumatic conditions, • tumors, • infections Instability in the lower cervical spine and upper thoracic spine, which may be caused, e.g., by: • post-traumatic conditions, • tumors, • iatrogenic instabilities after laminectomy, etc. Degenerative diseases and painful post-traumatic conditions in the lower cervical and upper thoracic spine. CONTRAINDICATIONS •Extensive spine instability caused by damage to the vertebral bodies {as a result of tumors, fractures, infections). In such cases, stabilization with CHARSPINE OCT system is only possible when supported by an additional anterior stabilization. •Advanced osteoporosis. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION • small diameter and low profile of the screw head and occipital plate connectors, • wide range of rod spacing on the occipital plate, • contourable occipital plates, • two types of occipital plates, • multiangular positioning of the occipital screws in occipital plates, •the undercut thread profile of the locking screw prevents the arms of the polyaxial screw head from parting, •the screw offers 90° angulation,
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