Polyaxial pedicle screw FACET FIXX®

polyaxial pedicle screw
polyaxial pedicle screw
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polyaxial, cannulated


FACET FIXX® - TF TransFacet Screw System A minimally invasive system designed to reduce damage to adjacent soft tissue while providing sufficient segmental spinal stabilization for select patients. Trends within the spine market call for less invasive procedures that are simple, reliable and reproducible. Nexxt Spine’s Exxpress MIS Technologies are designed to address this growing market demand, while maintaining a focus on streamlined procedural efficiency and positive clinical outcomes. Utilizing intuitive percutaneous over-the-wire methods, Facet Fixx® is a cannulated screw system that represents an exciting addition to the Exxpress MIS portfolio. The system features superior implant control, excellent tactile response during screw implantation, washer serrations to grip the bony cortex, and full-thread or lag screw options for transfacet applications. SUPPLEMENTAL FIXATION The advanced alternative to pedicle screws, designed by surgeons for surgeons, the Facet Fixx® TransFacet Screw System provides simplified posterior fixation and an atomical alignment for a wide range of constructs including: • TLIF with supplemental posterior Facet Fixx®-TF screw fixation • tPLIF with supplemental posterior Facet Fixx®-TF screw fixation • ALIF with supplemental posterior Facet Fixx®-TF screw fixation • Lateral Interbody Fusion with supplemental posterior Facet Fixx®-TF screw fixation PREPARATION 1. Patient Positioning Position the patient on a radiolucent OR table in the prone position (Figure 1). To obtain optimal visualization of the spine, the OR table should have enough clearance available for a fluoroscopic C-arm to rotate freely for AP, oblique and lateral views.
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