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Solutions beyond fusion
Together with surgeons we worked on the improvement of instruments and surgical techniques: The Ennovate® Cervical system offers surgeons the possibility to achieve optimal surgical outcomes in the occipital, atlantoaxial, subaxial and upper thoracic region.
“With Ennovate® Cervical I have the full range of possibilities for solving complex situations I face in the operating room – It is a truly future-oriented system taking advanced minimally invasive approaches into account.”
Holds the polyaxial screw head in place to facilitate rod insertion.
Optimized bone puchase for enhanced pull-out strenght through a harmonized drill and screw design.
All standard screws are canulated, offering the possibility to work with K-wires.
All screws accept both ⌀3.5 mm an ⌀4.0 mm rods for improved intraoperative flexibility and less inventory.
Standard polyaxial screws offer 45° in all directions. Additionally, favored angle screws offer 55° in the cranial and caudal plane.
Specially designed tip for deeper insertion, less insertion force and reduced risk of slipping.
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