It offers a comprehensive selection of implants and instruments able to meet any surgeon's need and preferences in the treatment of a variety of spinal pathologies through a straight forward surgical procedure.


The Reed products portfolio encompasses a range of top loading monoaxial polyaxial and reduction screws, precut straight and pre-bent rods, a variety of rod-to-rod connectors, rigid and adjustable transversal systems as well as a broad selection of hooks. 





The screws have a very low-profile head (11mm mono and 13,9mm poly) that helps reduce soft tissue impingement

All the screws feature a double thread and a self-tapping, tapered tip for ease of insertion into the cancellous and cortical bone, while ensuring maximum bone purchase

The superior helical locking mechanism minimizes head splay and prevents cross-threading of the locking cap to facilitate the assembly and provide an optimal surface contact with the rod, therefore ensuring a perfect construct stability

The polyaxial screws allow up to 60° of multiplanar angulation to facilitate rod placement. The head/neck interface safeguards a perfect robustness






This low-profile cross connector is intended to enhance construct stability in a quick, easy and secure implantation

It provides polyaxial adjustments in the coronal and sagittal planes for a secure fit

The implantation requires only few tightening steps





Straight and pre-bent rods are available in various lengths with a diameter of 5.5mm and compatible with all implants (screws, hooks, cross connectors...)


The hex tipped end allows for efficient in situ rod manipulation during the surgical procedure using the in-situ benders (see instruments)







The hooks are available in different types (pedicle, laminar or transverse...) to accommodate any placement in thoracic or lumbar segments


The selection offers surgeons several options regarding blade width, throat sizes, body extension and hook shape


They are very low profile that helps reduce the overall metal mass






Material: Titanium alloy Ti-6AI-4V

Approach: Posterior

Fusion: Yes

Sterile: Yes



Providing stability during bone fusion. Relieving pain and disability


For posterior, non cervical fixation as an ajunct to fusion, when conservative treatments have failed, for the following indications, in skeletally mature patients:

Degenerative disease of the intervertebral discs (define as radiculopathy of discogenic origin with degeneration of the disc confirmed by history or radiographic studies)

Spinal stenosis


Pseudarthrosis, failed previous fusion

For pediatric patients, indications are restricted to: adolescent congenital or idiopathic scoliosis