Noblesville, IN., April 21, 2022 /OrthoSpineNews/ – Nexxt Spine, LLC a leader in design and development of 3D printed, porous, titanium implants for the treatment of spinal disorders announced today that it has received clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market its Navigation Compatible Instrumentation system.
As explained by Nexxt Spine President, Andy Elsbury, “Navigated surgery is a state-of-the-art procedure that requires tightly toleranced instrumentation to be compatible with the market leading system. Nexxt Spine is uniquely positioned with in-house, precision manufacturing capabilities to design and machine compatible instrumentation offering unparalleled reliability to the surgeon during navigated surgery. Nexxt Spine instrumentation is continuously tracked in relation to patient anatomy, helping surgeons to avoid critical structures while delivering more accurate pedicle screw placement over conventional surgical techniques using both open and minimally invasive approaches.”
The Navigation Compatible Instrumentation system is a series of specialized screw drivers, bone taps, and bone awls designed to work with the current Inertia Pedicle Screw system, as well as future development programs such as the Inertia® Connexx™ Modular Screw platform.
Keith Cunnion, Vice President of Sales noted that “This approval will enable us to leverage the impact of the NEXXT MATRIXX® family of 3D printed devices by providing state of the art navigation compatible instrumentation for our posterior fixation and stabilization systems.”
Nexxt Spine continues to innovate in patient care through development of advanced technology platforms like the NEXXT MATRIXX® family of 3D printed devices. The addition of precision, navigation compatible, instrumentation further demonstrates its commitment to make this medical innovation more accessible to physicians and improve the lives of patients.
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