Spinous Bridge is both an interspinous and interlaminar device that provides segmental stabilization; controlling motion rather than providing fusion. Spinous Bridge is indicated for spinal stabilization after surgically addressing neural compression from soft and bony stenosis of the spinal cord. The interlaminar stabilization provided by Spinous Bridge is ideal for facet joint arthrosis and all related decompression procedures, as it off loads the facet joints.
It is indicated for the patients who have diagnosed with Lumbar Spinal Stenosis. (LSS)
• - Excellent fatigue strength and durability.
• - 5 anatomical sizes (8 mm, 10 mm, 12 mm, 14 mm, 16 mm) which are very easy to place.
• - Color-code has been used to be able to differentiate.
• - The implants have been made up with biocompatible titanium alloy (TÍ6AI4V).
• - The maintanence of foraminal height is accomplished by the HU" form of the implant.
• - "Spinous Bridge" preserves motion and maintains physiological kinematics in the adjacent segments.
• - Compressible in extension, allowing flexion.
• - Maintains sagittal balance and lordosis.
• - Very few instruments.
• - Significantly reduced flouroscopy usage time.
• - The patient is placed in prone position on a surgical frame avoiding hyperlordosis of the spinal segment(s) to be operated on.
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• - Paramedian or midline approach is taken with preservation of the supraspinous ligament.