US-based Precision Spine has announced it will introduce several new and expanded product offerings at 28th annual North American Spine Society Meeting being held October 9-12 of this year in New Orleans, Louisiana.
The company will introduce the expanded Reform pedicle screw system, which features components that enhance the system’s capability for the treatment of spinal deformities.
Additionally, the company will launch the Slimplicity Solo anterior cervical Uni-plate system, designed to have a simple and secure locking mechanism that facilitates visual confirmation on one of the slimmest profile plates available in the marketplace.
The company will also launch the ShurFit Lordotic Oblique T-PLIF interbody cage, which is compatible with company’s Mini-Max ULIF minimally invasive access system, in 5o, 10o and 15o configurations, increasing the surgeon’s intra-operative flexibility.
The company also plans to preview its new facet screw system as well as the Vault-C ACDF standalone system, which is pending the Food and Drug Adminstration 510(k) approval.
Precision Spine president, Rich Dickerson said, "We are pleased with the progressive growth we are seeing as a result of our continued focus on providing innovative, effective and efficient solutions for the surgical treatment of spine conditions.
"These new products further complement a growing array of cervical and thoracolumbar spinal technology solutions from Precision Spine," Dickerson added.