Spineology logs 100-procedure milestone for Palisade device
Spineology said it reached a milestone with its Palisade pedicular fixation system, as the device has been used in 100 cases.
The St. Paul, Minn.-based company touts its system as a minimally invasive device that maximizes conservation of anatomy and was developed to speed up postoperative recovery for the patient. The Palisade screw has a quick-starting thread design, integrated reduction threads, and break-off extensions to improve surgical efficiency and reduce intraoperative imaging requirements, according to Spineology.
“Reception of the Palisade system has been outstanding and we expect it to be a significant contributor to the growth of the company,” CEO John Booth said in prepared remarks. “The Palisade implants and instrumentation follow Spineology’s anatomy-conserving design philosophy of preserving patient anatomy and limiting operating room time.”