InVictus is a comprehensive spinal fixation platform that is designed to treat a range of pathologies with intraoperative adaptability and surgical predictability in an open, minimally invasive or hybrid approach.
“The novel components designed into the InVictus Platform are the result of Alphatec being willing to invest where others won’t – in the procedural requirements that improve surgical outcomes,” CEO Pat Miles said in a news release. “The InVictus MIS Tower system is an important addition to our comprehensive posterior solution as it opens the door for surgeons to increasingly partner with Alphatec for MIS degenerative and deformity applications. We are committed to continuing to develop differentiated, integrated solutions in order to expand surgeon adoption and loyalty, and to better serve patients.”
The InVictus MIS Tower expands on the company’s InVictus platform. It features two low-profile removable towers that are engineered to stay secured to cannulated dual-lead polyaxial screws to improve control and support long construct manipulation.
Alphatec’s InVictus MIS Tower can be paired with the company’s SingleStep technique and extends the predictability of InVictus MIS fixation and can obviate the need for guide wires. It can also integrate with the SafeOp Neural InformatiX System combined EMG technology to deliver real-time information during pedicle preparation and screw insertion.
“The InVictus Tower System has clearly been designed to more reproducibly address complex pathologies in a less disruptive manner. Its low-profile, yet robust instrumentation and adaptability take the guesswork out of minimally invasive surgery. The Tower System integrates seamlessly with the SingleStep technique and SafeOp Advanced Neuromonitoring to beget a comprehensive posterior approach that I can depend on for successful surgical outcomes,” Tyler Smith, of the Sierra Spine Institute in Roseville, Calif., said.