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Custom Spine announced that it has received FDA clearance to market PATHWAY ACIF, an anterior cervical interbody spacer.Read More
A phase III trial of Biostat System for the treatment of discogenic chronic low back pain is now underway.Read More
The Paramount system gives surgeons a minimally invasive option to place the pedicle screws through a percutaneous tube. Patient benefits may include faster procedures, reduced blood loss, less tissue trauma and postoperative pain, and a shorter hospital stay.Read More
The study outcomes will evaluate if injections of rhGDF-5 into the lower spine can relieve pain and slow or even reverse early stage degenerative disc disease.Read More
The ROI-A ALIF is a stand-alone spinal implant system with zero profile, self-locking plates designed for initial and long-term stability. The surgical technique is a direct anterior approach, with the curved plates inserted along the sagittal plane thus requiring no additional exposure to the vertebral bodies.Read More
Mesoblast will use the funds to expand the company’s clinical trial programs focusing on the company’s stem cell based bone and cartilage regenerative products for spinal vertebral disc disease.Read More
Patients suffering from lumbar spinal stenosis could benefit from a new surgical implant called the X-STOP.Read More
A U.S. unit of Switzerland’s Synthes Inc., the world’s largest maker of bone-mending devices, accused rival Spinal Kinetics Inc. in a lawsuit of infringing a new patent for artificial spinal discs.
Synthes (U.S.A.), based in West Chester, Pennsylvania, asked a judge to stop its rival’s infringement and to award damages after a jury trial, according to […]
The unique injectable polymer will serve as a platform for the development of new implantable technologies to treat spinal disorders.Read More