Lumbar interbody fusion cage InFix®

lumbar interbody fusion cage
lumbar interbody fusion cage
lumbar interbody fusion cage
lumbar interbody fusion cage
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InFix® Anterior Lumbar Device This state-of-the-art titanium spinal implant features an advanced load sharing strut design that gives the user an implant with a modulus of elasticity that mimics that of natural bone, promoting bone growth while retaining the strength of titanium. The InFix® Anterior Lumbar Device implant is assembled in situ, and provides complete sizing flexibility. Customizable to varying patient anatomy The modularity of the InFix device allows the user to create up to 84 different combinations of endplate size, height and lordotic angle to provide individual matching of the patient’s natural lordotic curve. In situ assembly InFix is assembled within the disc space, distracting as it is inserted, thereby eliminating the need to over-distract for implant insertion and thus mitigating distractor mediated endplate disruption and maintaining ligament integrity. Sagittal balance restoration Because no patient or pathology is the same, the InFix device was developed to help re-create the natural lordotic curvature of the spine. Different from competitive implants, the modularity of the device allows the level of lordosis to be dialed in from zero to 18 degrees. Device Description The InFix device is manufactured from implantable grade Ti-6Al-4V alloy that conforms to ASTM F-136. The device is comprised of two opposing Endplates (provided in 0°, 3°, 6° and 9° angles) supported by vertical members or “Struts” available in a range of heights, allowing the surgeon to fix the vertebrae in proper anatomical alignment and lordosis.


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