Tallahassee, Florida–based VySpine designed the system for IBF at either one level or two contiguous levels in the lumbar spine. It goes between L2 to S1 for the treatment of degenerative disc disease (DDD) with up to Grade 1 spondylolisthesis.
VySpine designed the system with its NanoVy Ti coating technology, developed in partnership with Implant Surfaces. The nanometers-thick titanium coating adheres to a PEEK LumiVy implant. It facilitates direct osteoblast attachment to the entire surface of the implant.
The company said the high-adhesion, impact-resistant coating bonds intimately to the PEEK structure. It also demonstrated the ability to increase expulsion resistance for the LumiVy implant. VySpine said it does so without compromising the radiolucency or favorable modulus of elasticity in the PEEK material.
VySpine offers the LumiVy NanoVy TI lumbar IBF system in a wide range of footprints. It features an array of sizes, heights and lordotic angles.
The company says it has a comprehensive line of core spine products and newly developed specialty products to meet the needs of both healthcare providers and surgeons.