MIS Pedicle Screw System

Comprehensive MIS system designed to be simple, reliable and versatile

Main features

  • Integrated blades designed to enhance OR efficiency
  • 15mm outer diameter for MIS insertion
  • 15mm built-in reduction with internal threads designed to reduce need for extra instrumentation
  • 50° polyaxial range of motion facilitates rod placement
  • Polyaxial and Monoaxial Augmented screws come in sterile packaging
  • Three rows of three fenestrations 120° apart for screw augmentation
  • Single use and sterile packed blade delivery unit

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