Anterior Cervical Interbody Spacer (ACIS® Spacer)
The ACIS® Anterior Cervical Interbody Spacer is designed to meet the specific demands of anterior cervical interbody fusion procedures.
The ACIS system features a large central canal to accommodate bone graft. This system is available in three footprints, three sagittal profiles and 8 heights to accommodate various patient anatomies and surgeon preferences.
The system includes two instrument options for ACIS implant insertion that allow for controlled implant delivery.
Features & Benefits
Large central canal lateral windows
Accommodates bone graft or bone graft substitute to allow fusion to occur through the implant
Provide resistance to implant migration
The ACIS implant is designed to meet the specific demands of anterior cervical interbody fusion procedures.
The implant features a large central canal and is available
in three footprints, multiple heights and three sagittal
profiles to accommodate various patient anatomies.The four principles to be considered as the foundation
for proper spine patient management underpin the
design and delivery of the Curriculum: Stability –
Alignment – Biology – Function.Intended Use
The Synthes ACIS system is intended to replace cervical
intervertebral discs and to fuse adjacent vertebral bodies
at vertebral levels C2–C7 following anterior cervical
discectomy for reduction and stabilization of the cervical
spine. The use of autologous bone or bone graft substitute is recommended.