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Cervical interbody fusion cage ZERO-P™

cervical interbody fusion cage
cervical interbody fusion cage
cervical interbody fusion cage
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Stand-alone ACIF implant The ZERO-P Implant is a stand-alone device for use in cervical interbody fusion, designed to combine the functionality of a cervical interbody cage with an anterior cervical plate. Zero Profile Designed to limit contact with local anatomical structures The implant is designed to be contained within the excised disc space and does not protrude past the anterior wall of the vertebral body as do anterior cervical plates. This zero anterior profile may be beneficial in reducing the occurrence and severity of postoperative dysphagia1, 2, 3, 4. In addition, preparation of the anterior surface of the vertebral body is limited because the implant does not lie against this surface. Ease of use • Because plate and cage are pre-assembled, the plate is aligned upon implant insertion. This is designed to avoid the process of aligning and realigning an anterior cervical plate. • The ZERO-P Screws have a one-step locking conical head which locks the screw to the plate by simply inserting and tightening the screw. • ZERO-P can be implanted adjacent to a prior fusion. The device is designed to reduce surgical time and complexity by avoiding the removal of existing hardware from the previous fusion PEEK interbody cage Radiopaqaque marker for posterior visualization during imaging Cage component is made of pure medical grade PEEK-Optima® (Polyetheretherketone) Teeth on the superior and inferior implant surfaces designed to provide initial stability Titanium alloy plate •Designed to provide a secure, rigid screw locking interface Stresses in plate are decoupled from cage through the design of the PEEK-to-plate interface


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