Globus’ XPand®, available in both titanium and PEEK, has been used in more than 3, cases for trauma or tumor surgeries. The expandable. According to Rhoda, Globus Medical was able to launch XPand R within a year of its initial concept. The company utilized the engineering. This website stores cookies on your computer. These cookies are used to improve your website and provide more personalized services to you, both on this.
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XPand R is the first vertebral body replacement device of its kind in the marketplace constructed from radiolucent polymer PEEK material.
A confirmation has been sent to you, please click the link to verify your email address and activate your subscription. The Ethica Award, the highest honour of the European cardiovascular The device is simple to use, allowing the surgeon to insert and distract the spacer using only one instrument.
The company utilized the engineering expertise acquired in the development of its original titanium XPand device in order to meet the challenges of creating an expandable spacer constructed from radiolucent polymer, strong enough to withstand anatomical loads. More products from this supplier.
Insertion and continuous adjustable expansion is achieved with one specially designed instrument aimed to simplify the surgical technique. The unique device represents a significant breakthrough in spinal fusion surgery for cases involving both trauma and tumors.
The last day of the fair at this year’s Medica was also the last Allows continuous adjustability within a constrained surgical space Simplified technique: Ascom invests further into its strategic partners business by appointing Ascom appoints Ljubisav Matejevic to lead the Strategic Alliances business Ascom invests further into its strategic partners business by appointing Like its titanium counterpart, Globs R provides for infinite height expansion to meet a variety of anatomical challenges in fusion surgery.
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The full rollout of XPand R will occur in September In addition, the modulus of elasticity — or measure of stiffness — of the PEEK material is more similar to bone, which can aid in fusion. Medicus announces diagnostic-data mobility initiative Medicusa Vienna-based digital health company, is proud to announce One-step insertion and expansion Large open canal: Ascom appoints Ljubisav Matejevic to lead xoand Strategic Alliances business.
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Greater volume available for bone graft material to help promote fusion. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas.
Stefan Burkart gllobus Entscheiderfabrik The last day of the fair at this year’s Medica was also the last Medicusa Vienna-based digital health company, is proud to announce