Spinal disorder treatment developer Life Spine announced that it received FDA clearance for its Plateau-A Ti anterior lumbar spacer system.
Huntley, Ill.-based Life Spine’s Plateau-A Ti system can be used for anterior fusion procedures, offering multiple footprint sizes in various heights to accommodate individual anatomies and pathologies, according to a news release.
The system also features large, open graft windows for maximum visibility and bone graft containment, Life Spine’s Osseo-Loc surface treatment technology and a chamfered leading edge to ease implant insertion.
“With the increased usage of anterior column reconstruction, Pleateau-A Ti fills an important portfolio gap,” Life Spine COO Rich Mueller said in the release. “Joining our recently launched Dyna-Link titanium stand-alone ALIF spacer system and Sentry ALIF plating system, this clearance expands our robust ALIF portfolio.
“Continuing our success with previous interbody technologies, Plateau-A Ti provides surgeons with a titanium implant available in a variety of heights, widths, and lordotic options.”