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Spinal Fusion - Minimally invasive pedicle screw systems are frequently used in spinal fusion procedures. These procedures aim to stabilize the spine by fusing two or more vertebrae together, typically to treat conditions such as degenerative disc disease, spinal instability, or spondylolisthesis.

Scoliosis Correction - Minimally invasive pedicle screw systems can be employed for the correction of scoliosis, a condition characterized by abnormal sideways curvature of the spine. The screws provide stability and enable the gradual realignment of the spine during surgery.

Vertebra Fracture Fixation - When a vertebra in the spine fractures, it may require stabilization and fixation. Minimally invasive pedicle screw systems can be used to secure the fractured vertebra and promote healing. This approach is commonly utilized for vertebral compression fractures caused by osteoporosis or traumatic injuries.

Tumor Resection - In cases of spinal tumors, minimally invasive pedicle screw systems may be utilized for tumor resection and spinal stabilization. The screws help support the spine during the removal of the tumor and subsequent reconstruction.

Revision Surgery - Minimally invasive pedicle screw systems can also be employed in revision surgeries. These procedures are performed to address complications, correct previous surgeries, or address the failure of previous fusion attempts. The minimally invasive approach may be beneficial in reducing additional tissue trauma and facilitating faster recovery.

Product Features

Reduced Tissue Trauma - Pedicle Screw
Reduced Tissue Trauma - Minimally invasive spine pedicle screw systems are designed to minimize tissue trauma during surgery. The system typically uses smaller incisions, causing less disruption to muscles, ligaments, and surrounding tissues. This can lead to reduced post-operative pain, faster recovery, and potentially fewer complications.
Screw Placement Versatility - These systems often provide flexibility in screw placement. They may offer various screw types, lengths, and angles to accommodate different patient anatomies and pathologies. This adaptability allows surgeons to customize the procedure to meet the specific needs of each patient.
Screw Placement Versatility - Scoliosis Spinal Fusion
Screw Stability and Fixation - Pedicle Screw Spine
Screw Stability and Fixation - Minimally invasive pedicle screw systems aim to achieve optimal stability and fixation. The screws are designed to provide secure anchoring within the vertebrae, promoting spinal fusion and alignment. Some systems may utilize additional features like locking mechanisms or expandable screws to enhance stability.
Minimized Soft Tissue Damage - The design of these systems aims to minimize soft tissue damage. Instruments used for implant placement often have specialized tips or access points, allowing for atraumatic passage through the tissues. This approach helps to preserve muscle and soft tissues surrounding the spine, which can contribute to faster recovery and improved patient outcomes.
Minimized Soft Tissue Damage - Spinal Pedicle Screw