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Additional cleared products include Pathway PLIF and TLIF and the ISSYS LP Monoaxial and Cross Connector systems which include auxiliary connectors.
Food and Drug administration (FDA) to market the CapLOX II[TM] Spinal System, a top-loading pedicle screw system including screws, set screws, rods, and cross connectors for the thoracic, lumbar and sacral spine.
That system consisted of various rods, hooks, screws, cross connectors, staples, plates and connecting parts as well as implant components from other spinal products.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has given 510(k) marketing clearance to Lynx(TM), a new cross connector system designed for use in surgical lumbar fusion procedures.
The system includes poly-axial pedicle screws, rods and cross connectors for posterior lumbar fusions.
The result of this breakthrough is a very flexible and extremely fast technology based on a single building block, and suitable for numerous applications such as switching, wavelength conversion, signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) enhancement, header processing, packet routing, packet cross connector, and logic gates.
The EZ Set Polyaxial tulip head and low-profile cross connector allow for flexibility in assembling the construct.
Man was the right solution for us due to its distinct reliability and also the ability of the solution to grow with our business," said Alasdair MacArthur, general manager of BBR Systems Limited, a manufacturer of multi-media cross connectors.