Spinal Interlaminal Fixation Accessories Suppliers

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Wright Medical Technology, Inc. | Address: 5677 Airline Road, Arlington, Tennessee 38002, USA USA
www.wmt.com | Send Inquiry | Phone: +1-(901)-867-9971, 800-238-7117
FDA Registration: 1043534  Year Established: 1950  Annual Revenues: USD 100-500 Million  Employee Count: ~1000  Quality: ISO 9002, ISO 9003, CE Certified
Products: Tibial Inserts, Patellar Implants, Metal and Ceramic Liners, All Poly Liners, Femoral Components, Total Shoulder Systems, ...
Wright Medical Technology, Inc. is a global orthopaedic medical device company. Our Advance® Uni-Knee renders normal motion and leads to a longer implant life that delays or prevents the need for more...
Ellipse Technologies, Inc. | Address: 13844 Alton Parkway, Suite 130, Irvine, California 92618, USA USA
FDA Registration: 3006179046
Products: Spinal Interlaminal Fixation Accessories (FDA Code: LYP), Spinal Interlaminal Fixation Appliance (FDA Code: KWP), ...
Ellipse Technologies, Inc. specializes in offering spinal interlaminal fixation accessories. more...
Peridot Corporation | Address: 1072 Serpentine Lane, Pleasanton, California 94566, USA USA
www.peridotcorp.com | Phone: +1-(925)-461-8830
FDA Registration: 3007503337
Products: Cardiovasculars, Ablation System, Cardiovascular Systems, Arthroscopic Equipment, Cardiovascular Surgical Instrument (FDA Code: DWS), Arthroscopic Accessories (FDA Code: NBH), ...
Peridot Corporation specializes in the production of medical products. We provide pulmonary drug delivery systems, cardiovascular & gastrointestinal treatments, rf/thermal ablations, laproscopic, endo more...
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FDA Code / Regulation: LYP / 888.3050

A spinal interlaminal fixation orthosis is a device intended to be implanted made of an alloy, such as stainless steel, that consists of various hooks and a posteriorly placed compression or distraction rod. The device is implanted, usually across three adjacent vertebrae, to straighten and immobilize the spine to allow bone grafts to unite and fuse the vertebrae together. The device is used primarily in the treatment of scoliosis (a lateral curvature of the spine), but it also may be used in the treatment of fracture or dislocation of the spine, grades 3 and 4 of spondylolisthesis (a dislocation of the spinal column), and lower back syndrome.

Classification. Class II.

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