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29 November 2023

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29 November 2023

Spinal Elements introduces Ventana 3D-Printed Interbody portfolio

The portfolio is the latest innovation in the company's MIS Ultra Platform.

RanjithKumar Dharma November 29 2023

Spine technology company Spinal Elements has commercially introduced its Ventana 3D-Printed Interbody portfolio.

The portfolio, which has been launched completely, consists of the Ventana P/T Posterior Lumbar Interbody System, the Ventana L Lateral Lumbar Interbody System, and the Ventana C Anterior Cervical Interbody System.

The Ventana products come with a uniquely designed implant architecture, which enhances bone graft volume and containment through a specialised 3D printing process. It also helps reduce the amount of titanium utilised to enhance radiographic visualisation.

Ventana’s minimalistic radiolucent lattice design boosts the amount of bone graft captured in the device, as well as enhances visualisation at the time of and after the spinal fusion procedure.

This design also serves as a snowshoe, enabling bone graft to encounter the endplates while offering a broad surface to help eliminate implant subsidence.

The company is offering these devices in varying degrees of lordosis for sagittal balance restoration.

Spinal Elements CEO Ron Lloyd said: “The Spinal Elements team is dedicated to bringing innovative products to market that when combined with our Orbit discectomy instrument set and our fixations systems, like Karma, Overwatchor Sapphire X, they successfully work together to achieve spinal fusion.

“Ventana represents another major milestone in our mission to redefine spinal healthcare.”

The Spinal Elements team collaborated with several spine surgery experts to create the Ventana 3D-Printed Interbody portfolio.

The portfolio is the latest innovation in the company’s MIS Ultra platform of products and procedural solutions.

Spinal Element provides an MIS Ultra platform of products and procedures, including a suite of minimally invasive integrated instruments and implantable device solutions.

Designed to optimise spinal fixation and restoration, the platform helps minimise the unintended consequences of spine surgery for patients while reducing procedural complexity for surgeons.

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