It offers surgeons German-engineered supplemental fixation solutions for use with our five expandable vertebral body replacement (VBR) product lines for complex trauma and tumor applications.
What does VBR stand for?
VBR stands for Vertebral Body Replacement
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We have 54 other meanings of VBR in our Acronym Attic
- Vishwa Bharti Public School (India)
- Venous Blood Pressure at the Posterior Tibial Vein
- Volley Balma Quint-Fonsegrives (French volleyball club)
- Vail Board of Realtors (Vail, CO)
- Valid Business Reason
- Variable Bit Rate
- variable bore ram (oil drilling)
- Vector Base Register
- Ventricle-to-Brain Ratio (brain atrophy analysis)
- Verducci Breakaway Racing (bicycling)
- Very Best Regards
- Vinnell-Brown and Root (Turkey)
- Violation of the Basic Rule (Oregon traffic division)
- Virginia Blue Ridge Railway
- Variable Bit Rate - Non Real Time (also abbreviated as VBRNRT)
- Variable Bit Rate - Real Time (also abbreviated as VBRRT)
- Variable Boundary Regional Approximation
- Vasai Blind Relief Association
- Vehicle Builders and Repairers Association Ltd (UK)
- Vereinigung Bayerischer Rundfunkanbieter (Germany)
Samples in periodicals archive:
2,4) Operative treatment with vertebral body replacement includes implantation of spinal instrumentation and supplemental support.
The new Valeo VBR (vertebral body replacement) spinal implant is intended for vertebral body replacement to aid in surgical correction and stabilization of the thoracolumbar spine and is designed to restore the biomechanical integrity of the spine.
The product is a self-locking expandable vertebral body replacement cage intended for use in the thoracolumbar spine (T1-L5).
Following Stryker, Gilbert was Director of Marketing for the Fracture business of Spine Wave, a company focused on commercializing technology platforms that offer surgical solutions for spinal fusion, vertebral body replacement, nucleus replacement and augmentation.
This family received FDA clearance in January 2008, for sale in the United States as vertebral body replacements.
This growth primarily was a result of increased sales of implant products, including ICON minimally invasive pedicle screw systems, Unity Anterior Lumbar Plating Systems, Pillar, Construx and Construx Mini vertebral body replacement devices and Ascent cervical fixation systems, the company said.
Aesculap Implant Systems announced the availability of the new Hydrolift Vertebral Body Replacement (VBR) System.