There is significant variability in the materials commonly used for interbody cages in spine surgery. The authors of the comparative animal study described in this video theorized that 3D printed interbody cages using porous Titanium material may provide more consistent bone in-growth and biological fixation. The purpose of the study, which was published in The Spine Journal, was to provide an evidence based approach to decision making regarding interbody materials for spinal fusion.
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* Built with Tritanium Technology used for in vitro cell studies. The sample was designed to mimic a generic interbody cage with an open graft window. This is not an implantable device.
1. PROJ 43909 | Tritanium technology claim support memo
2. RD0000053710 | Tritanium cell infiltration and attachment experiment
3. Karageorgiou V, Kaplan D. Porosity of 3D biomaterial scaffolds and osteogenesis. Biomaterials. 2005 Sep;26(27):5474-9