Mesh Pouches, Spinal Implant/Bone Graft

Definition : Three-dimensional mesh containers (i.e., pouches) intended for implantation into stable vertebral body defects to maintain the relative position of bone graft material (e.g., autograft or allograft) within a vertebral body defect thereby limiting the migration of the graft materials into unintended areas. These devices are suitable for defects that do not impact the stability of the vertebral body and do not include the vertebral endplates. These pouches are designed for insertion via a percutaneous approach and then are deployed to full size once they are in place. They are typically constructed from knitted polyester, and are available in a range of shapes and sizes. They are not bioresorbable.

Entry Terms : "Bags"

UMDC code : 34343

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Orthofix International NV

Company Type: Parent

Spineology Inc

Company Type: Parent

Spineology was founded in 1996 by Dr. Stephen Kuslich. Dr. Kuslich was a pioneer in minimally invasive spine surgery and was instrumental in the development of numerous spinal implants, including Spineology's flagship product: OptiMesh. His work continues to provide pain relief for tens of thousands of people.

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