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Centinel Spine 3D spinal implant fda-approved for printing
Jun 13, 2018

2018 is the Centinel has been established ten years, but the company has been going on for more than 10 years in the business.It is understood that Centinel consists of two companies Raymerica and Surgicraft mergers and acquisitions, the two companies are developing surgical technique and implant to alleviate pioneer company of spinal disorders.Now, Centinel Spine is one of the biggest private Spine company, is also the front support technology leader for the Spine.

In addition to celebrate the 10th anniversary, Centinel there's another reason to celebrate: it has obtained the FDA (us food and drug administration), 510 (k) for approval, to sell its integration intervertebral fusion and integration of intervertebral fusion FLX platform, as the FDA continues to review and management of medical equipment manufacture of material gain, a growing number of 3D medical equipment for medical approval.

It is reported, 3D printing of FLX completely made out of titanium equipment, with the combination of porous solids and transmission parts, compared with the solid titanium implants, designed to reduce the mechanical stiffness and improve visibility.FLX devices also use proprietary FUSE - THRU trabecular bracket, can be realized in the whole course of the implant bone growth and expansion.

"We are delighted to announce the FLX platform, which represents the next development of STALIF technology," Centinel Spine, chairman and chief executive John Viscogliosi said."Using 3D printing technology, we can truly novel completely titanium grid options provide STALIF design mature advantage.Our surgeons can flexibly through a set of instruments use a variety of implant material options to solve the problem of each patient's unique pathology."

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