Spine Implants

  • Olif
      OLIF is an Oblique Lateral Interbody Fusion Cage system that allows the cage to be placed laterally through an oblique approach, thereby avoiding the PSOAS.
    • Since the cage avoids PSOAS, neuro-monitoring is not required
    • The PEEK implant is completely radiolucent and utilizes radiographic markers for optimal placement
  •   Cervical artificial discs is a motion preserving system used for patients experiencing cervical degenerative disc disease and other cervical disc condition.
    • The FUZER is the comfortable choice for patients experiencing degenerative disc disease of the cervical spine. The FUZER gathers bone during decompression, bone bed preparation, and implantation. The self-packing of bone into the implant's chamber produces a local auto graft.
  • Caps Caps
      CAPS is a cervical anterior plating system utilises 2.5mm plates for rigid fixations.
    • Self drilling and self tapping screws
    • 2.5mm rigid plates with simple locking system
    • Simple instrument system
  •   The cranio-vertebral junction (CVJ) is a collective term that refers to the occiput (posterior skull base), atlas, axis and supporting ligaments. It is a transition zone between a mobile cranium & relatively rigid spinal column.
  •   Vertebroplasty is designed to stabilise Vertebral Compression Fractures (VCF) in the osteoporotic bone.
  • Kyphoplasty Kyphoplasty
      The Ballon Kyphoplasty System is used to fix Vertebral Compression Fractures (VCFs).
    • 700 psi max rated inflation pressure, higher than previous 400 psi rated balloons
    • Cement resistance technique allows delivery of cement through one cannula while the contra lateral balloon remains inflated to maintain fracture reduction
    • Cement Delivery System (CDS) lets you deliver cement from up to 48 inches away from the radiation source during a kyphoplasty procedure
    • Repofixis a Harshill Rectangle implant used for Cervical and Thoracolumbar fixation.
    • Notches in the rectangular implant prevent the wire from slipping.
  • Das-Dorso-lumbar Das-Dorso-lumbar
      DAS is a Lumbar expandable corpectomy cage that can be expanded in-situ in a controlled manner.
    • Anchors between adjacent end plates of the vertebral bodies gives good hold
    • A plethora of sizes and heights are available
    • Simple instrumentation that includes a ratchet that enables continuous expansion
    • Simple instrumentation
  • ETHAN-Dorso-Lumbar ETHAN-Dorso-Lumbar
      ETHAN Dorso-lumbar is a mesh cage used for corpectomy in the Dorso-lumbar region.
    • Mesh cage with several lengths that can be cut in-situ with ease using the cage cutter
    • One or more vertebral bodies can be substituted
    • Hollow design enables placement of bone graft
    • Simple instrumentation
      Bean cage is a Thoracolumbar interbody cage that is used for TLIF procedures and can be implanted through a minimally access approach.
    • Bean-like form ensures a maximised contact area between vertebrae and implant
    • Smooth rounded shape ensures easy insertion and anatomical contours and serrated profile ensure good placement between vertebrae and reduces chance of pull-out
    • A range of Lordosis angle Cages are available in several height, lengths and widths
    • Can be implanted in a Minimally Invasive Approach with the use of SKORPIOS retractor system