Cervical interbody fusion cage NEXXT MATRIXX®

cervical interbody fusion cage
cervical interbody fusion cage
Add to favorites
Compare this product


Spinal section
Surgical approach


PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS Footprints: 12x14, 14x16, 16x18mm Heights: 5-10, 11-18mm Lordosis: 6o, 0o IMPLANT PREPARATION AND INSERTION Open the sterile packaging of the Interbody (height and footprint) that was determined with the Trial. There is no need to undersize or oversize the Implant. Attach the Interbody to the Inserter by aligning the male/ female thread components while rotating the instrument handle clockwise. Confirm the Implant is securely attached but DO NOT overtighten (Fig. 7). If desired, a modular sleeve with a 2mm Safety Stop can be attached to the shaft of the Inserter prior to loading the implant. The Safety Stop will contact the anterior edge of the vertebral body when the Interbody is inserted 2mm beyond the anterior edge of the vertebral body. Adjust the position of the Safety Stop on the modular Inserter sleeve if utilized. Safety stop should be positioned in the cephalad orientation. Pack the center cavity of the Implant with autograft and/or allograft comprised of cancellous and/or corticocancellous bone graft (Fig. 8). Gently insert the Implant into the intervertebral disc space. It is important to ensure the Implant is seated in the midline of the disc space and slightly recessed (approximately 2mm). If necessary, controlled and light tamping with a mallet can be used to help advance the implant to the desired position within the intervertebral disc space. NOTES: -Use caution when tightening the Implant to the Inserter to avoid stripping threads or overtightening where detachment of implant from instrument becomes difficult. -Standard implants have a 6° angle of lordosis. 0° versions are offered as optional.
*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.