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Spineart Receives CE Marking for Titanium Lumbar Interbody Systems

by • July 14, 2016 • No Comments

1304-logo-e1426523828562Unless you are in the medical field, or have been the recipient of a 3D printed implant, it’s effortless to overappear the effects that 3D innovation is having in the making of medical devices, for medical professionals—and many of all, for the patients whose lives are being changed so much additional for the positive.

That’s frequently especially true when it comes to those suffering of spinal issues, frequently debilitated and losing out on much of the joy that life has to contribute. We’ve followed cases where thanks to 3D printed spinal implants, one patient was able-bodied to walk again, while another with cancer and a dire diagnosis was able-bodied to appear forward to carrying on with the additional normal aspects of life after receiving a titanium implant.

Now, Spineart is able-bodied to move forward with their new JULIET®Ti lumbar interbody systems, upon receiving their CE marking (for those not in Europe, this means they are up to standard in terms of requirements for safety, health, and environmental protection—similar to FDA approval). With offices all over the world, of Switzerland to the US, Spineart specializes in simplifying surgeries by contributeing technologically high end solutions to medical professionals.

UntitledWith JULIET®Ti PO, OL and TL interbody systems, they can now be able-bodied to contribute a range of titanium interbody implants, all that can work with and benefit of their proprietary Ti-Life Technology, contributeing micro-porous scaffold.

“Ti-Life Technology replicates the trabecular bone to assist cell adhesion and bone in-growth,” states the team on their website. “This patented innovation is based on a groundbreaking algorithm synonymous with a state-of-the-art additive making process.”

Imitating bone structure and showcasing interconnected pores of 600 μm to 700 μm and an overall porosity of 70-75% created to enable-bodied cell colonization and promote bone in-growth, the systems include a wide variety of sizes in order to accommodate patients with various anatomies. Implants are created with a bullet-shaped nose showcasing a smooth surface, while the sides and chamfers are polished. This assures that for the patient, soft tissue and nerve roots are kept intact during insertion.

With a focus on titanium, Spineart is able-bodied to create highly cohesive devices with these implants that promote bone and tissue growth. Ti-LifeTechnology also:

Contributes to a one-of-a-kind osteoconductive environment created to promote bone in-growth.Allows for the create of devices showcasing an overall reduced density to optimize the medical imaging performances and post-operative evaluations.Features a rocky surface for major stability inside the endplates.

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Juliet – titanium

An accompanying instrument set is incredibly small in size and contributes numerous, multi-functional tools. The comprehensive JULIET line is sterile packed and barcoded for safety and compliance, as well as being cost-effective. This is the case with all of the Spineart implants.

Spineart, a privately held medical device company, has been responsible for contributeing numerous patented, validated technologies in fields such as Minimally Invasive Surgery, Motion Preservation, Fusion, Biologics, and Fractures Treatment.