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Nexxt Spine Receives 510(k) for Posterior Cervical Spine System
December 11, 2018
The system is designed to stabilize cervical (C1 to C7) and thoracic (T1 to T3) spinal segments through posterior screw fixation.
“The Saxxony System adds a robust posterior complement to our well received anterior cervical fixation offering as we continue to innovate and grow our fusion portfolio,” Andy Elsbury, president of Nexxt Spine, said in a press release.
Nexxt Spine is offering standard and smooth shank screws that come in a number of diameter and length combinations. The system also features low profile cross connectors with multi-axis adjustability and various configurations of offset, parallel and axial connectors, according to the company.
The Saxxony Posterior Cervical Thoracic System is designed to link to the company’s Inertia Pedical Screw System with a variety of 3.5 to 5.5mm or 3.5 to 6.5mm rod-to-rod connectors and transition rods.
Read More at the Source: Nexxt Spine launches Saxxony posterior cervical spine system | Medical Design and Outsourcing
Written by: Danielle Kirsh
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