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Xtant Medical Showcases Continued Innovation with Three New Product Introductions at NASS 2019
Kevin Brandt, Chief Commercialization Officer of Xtant Medical, said, “Even as we celebrate 20 years of meeting patient and physician need in the spine and orthopedic indications, we continue to develop and commercialize new products that are designed to improve clinical outcomes. The three new products that we plan to introduce at NASS 2019 expand our portfolio and provide additional spacer options that can be used to ensure that every patient receives a personalized surgical plan optmizied to provide maximal benefit. We are excited to introduce these new products to the spine orthopedic community.”
The three new products that Xtant Medical intends to release at NASS 2019 are:
- Intice™-C Titanium Cervical Interbody Spacer - Utilizing a proprietary manufacturing technology, Intice-C implants provide all the biologic benefits of titanium without the related concerns of coating delamination possible with coated polyetheretherketone (PEEK) implants. With a modulus of elasticity similar to cancellous bone, the titanium architecture is designed to help mitigate concerns of stress shielding associated with rigid titanium implants. It also provides superior visualization compared with solid titanium implants.
- Atrix-C Union™ Cervical Interbody Spacer –
The Atrix-C Unionis a cervical allograft interbody spacer that offers both cortical structural stability and a cancellous center. The combination of cortical and cancellous tissue provides an osteoconductive matrix designed to create an optimal environment for bone growth, and fusion. The Atrix-C Unionallograft is available in three footprints and eight heights to accommodate a wide range of patient anatomy while providing a steady platform for fusion. Its pre-hydrated, ready-to-use packaging is tailored to reduce operating room time and increase graft strength during implantation.
- Calix®-C PC Plasma Coated PEEK Implant – The latest addition to the Calix PC product line, the Calix-C PC implant offers a new 5 -12 mm footprint. Consistent with the existing Calix PC implants, the Calix-C PC combines the osteo-equivalent modulus of PEEK with the bone qualities of titanium and offers frictional titanium plasma coating on bone contact areas. With the introduction of the Calix-C PC implant, physicians and patients have more impant size options from which to choose, helping to ensure that every patient has a surgical plan optimized for his or her cervical spine needs.
Physicians and surgeons interested in learning more about these and other Xtant Medical products can visit NASS Booth 2916 or contact Marketing@xtantmedical.com.
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