SeaSpine (NSDQ:SPNE) announced today that it began the full commercial launch of its Admiral ACP (anterior cervical plating) system.
Carlsbad, California–based SeaSpine designed its Admiral ACP as the next generation of anterior cervical plating. It’s meant to find the optimal balance between strength, profile and construct rigidity.
According to a news release, the platform includes differentiated plate features and step-eliminating instrumentation that work seamlessly in the surgeon’s hands to create a more efficient and consistent anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF) experience.
The Admiral ACP platform can be used as a fixation for ACDF procedures in conjunction with the company’s interbody offerings, including the 3D-printed Waveform C and Shoreline RT. In addition, the system includes 1-5 level plating options with multiple crossover sizes to help intraoperatively address specific surgical needs.
“Our next-generation Admiral ACP addresses the largest segment in the estimated $1.3 billion cervical spine surgery market, and we believe this system will be a significant growth driver for SeaSpine,” SeaSpine President & CEO Keith Valentine said in the release. “This is one more example of SeaSpine’s commitment to launch best-in-class spinal implant systems.”