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Aurora Spine’s TiNano-coated interbody systems receive CE mark approval

Aurora Spine has received CE mark approval for its full line of sterile-packed TiNano-coated interbody systems.

The company has made the TiNano titanium coated spinal fusion implants using PEEK thermoplastic material.

According to Aurora Spine president and CEO Trent Northcutt, TiNano intervertebral implants have been developed to support the entire spine from cervical to lumbar regions and accommodate the firm’s ZIP minimally invasive interspinous fusion system portfolio as part of Aurora’s screwless procedure.

TiNano-coated implants are said to offer the advantages of the titanium material and the modulus and post-op imaging benefits of PEEK fusion implants.

Aurora Spine CTO Laszlo Garamszegi said: "The CE Mark approval includes several interbody fusion devices, including configurations for Anterior Cervical, Anterior Lumbar, Posterior Lumbar, Transforaminal Lumbar and the fastest growing segment, Lateral Lumbar interbody spacers."

Aurora Spine is involved in developing a series of screwless, innovative, minimally invasive, regenerative spinal implant technologies.