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Cervical interbody fusion cage TigerShark® C
anteriortitanium3D-printed

cervical interbody fusion cage
cervical interbody fusion cage
cervical interbody fusion cage
cervical interbody fusion cage
cervical interbody fusion cage
cervical interbody fusion cage
cervical interbody fusion cage
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Characteristics

Spinal section
cervical
Surgical approach
anterior
Material
titanium
Implant characteristics
3D-printed

Description

The system features three footprints with 6 degrees of lordosis to accommodate different patient anatomies. In addition, TigerShark C has large open graft windows for bone graft and to maximize visualization. Additional fixation is required. ChoiceSpine’s Boomerang®, Ambassador® or Falcon™ plates can be used for addition fixation. TigerShark® C features our proprietary BioBond® porous structure. Lateral Windows for Visualization OVERCOMING LIMITATIONS WITH INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY TigerShark® C is comprised of titanium alloy and crafted into an anatomical form, complementing the shape of vertebral bodies. In addition, the design features a hollow graph chamber that improves bone graft placement in the cervical spine and provides visibility under fluoroscopy. Our innovative engineers understand that each human body is slightly different. Available with a 6° lordosis in an assortment of heights, TigerShark® C technology was designed using the Electron Beam Melting (EBM) additive manufacturing method to accommodate differing anatomic needs. TIGERSHARK C FEATURES • Continuous, open porosity • Radiographic mesh windows • Simple, one-step method using the threaded inserter • Sterile-packaged for maximum patient safety • 6° lordotic footprints available in 14 x 2mm,16 x 14mm, and 18 x 15mm* with a height range of 5-10mm in 1mm increments (*Available upon request.)

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*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.