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Please see our full range of specialist spinal instrumentation which can be purchased directly or hired in to theatres to complement Cervical or Lumbar Systems. Our ranges include the Phantom Cervical Retractor Set and Curettes, all in which comply with current GS1 Code regulations and traceability laws.

  • Dynamic stabilisation with the “G” Device implant for the treatment of lumbar spinal stenosis: The Device helps to support and stabilise the spine after decompression Surgery or it can be used solely as a spinal support to assist in maintaining the normal extension of the spine, thus helping to alleviate pressure on exiting nerve roots at the affected level. The advantages of the “G” Device over other similar devices is that it can be Implanted at L5/S1. It is shorter with a curved base to allow this particular level to be dealt with, and this design feature allows it to be implanted lower in the interspinous space, making it generally more stable & secure and allowing for more defined distraction. In addition, the device has clearly defined “teeth” to give it increased stability in situ.
  • The Jazz™ systems (which includes the Jazz™ Claw Connector) are temporary spinal implants specifically designed to provide a bone anchor for temporary stabilisation during the development of solid bony fusion to assist with the repair of bone fractures. The Jazz™ systems can be used for a number of spinal surgeries:
    • Spinal trauma surgery
    • Spinal reconstructive surgery
    • Spinal degenerative surgery
    Also the Jazz™ Systems can be used in conjunction with other medical implants which are made of titanium alloy or Cobalt-chromium-molybdenum alloy and will work in coherence whenever wiring is used to help secure the attachment of other implants. The Jazz™ Claw System (hooks and rods) and the Jazz™ Frame System are designed to be used together in order to stabilise and immobilise spinal segments which assist with the fusion of the thoracic, lumbar and sacral spine.
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