SUPSTANCE - VBR

 

COMPOSITION

 

The system is composed of a broad selection of implants featuring varying footprints/diameters as well as heights and endcap angulations to accommodate any placement in the cervical and thoraco-lumbar regions for the restoration of kyphotic or lordotic profile.

 

The design of the devices features large lateral windows and openings on both endcaps to provide a generous bone graft area.

 

The endcaps of the SupStance system feature a groove to cooperate with the tip of a specific distracting instrument and evenly spaced round serrations providing fixation onto the vertebral endplate.

 

The SupStance cages are intended to be used with bone graft and supplemental internal fixation systems. Anterior cervical or thoracolumbar plates and screws or pedicle screw and rod systems are among the options for the surgeon to use. 

 

 

Accueil SupStance

OVERVIEW

 

Material: Peek Optima LT1 (Large) / Peek Optima LT1 6BA (Small)

Approach: Anterior / Antero-lateral / lateral

Fusion: Yes

Sterile: Yes (Small) / No (Large)


PERFORMANCES

Providing stability and distraction during the spinal fusion after vertebral body resection

Enhances the X-ray visibility and allows implant positioning checks

INDICATIONS

 

The SupStance Small cages are indicated to be used in the cervical spine in skeletally mature patients to replace collapsed, damaged or unstable vertebral bodies (1 or 2 contiguous vertebrae) to decompress the spinal canal in case of degenerative disorders.

The SupStance Large cages are intended to be used in the thoraco-lumbar spine in skeletally mature patients to replace a collapsed, damaged or unstable vertebral body (maximum one vertebra) in the treatment of tumors or traumas pathologies (i.e., fracture).


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