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Solutions beyond fusion
With Ennovate® TLSP, we introduce an unprecedented solution for spine surgery – a versatile modular platform that adapts to your individual needs and workflows. Empowered by Ennovate® PolyLock® and Ennovate® PentaCore®, surgical versatility and intraoperative experiences reach new heights, enabling for the best possible clinical outcome.
Let's dive into a situation you are familiar with – the OR room. The patient is prepared for surgery. Mentally, you go through the single surgical steps. Every screw, every maneuver, every single detail. Everything is planned in detail. And then there it is - that one moment you've been calculating in the back of your mind, which is trying to challenge you, because Ennovate® got your back.
With Ennovate® PolyLock® control during spinal correction is enhanced by up to 75%.
Ennovate® PentaCore® reduces the clinically known screw loosening rate of by up to 60%. , , 
Ennovate® Performance Design improves long-term screw stability by up to 28%. 
You know this situation just too well: the spinal correction is the next step and polyaxial pedicle screws have been placed. Do you really want to give up control during correction due to polyaxial head movements? [1-3]
Imagine being able to switch between the best of both worlds and switch between polyaxial and monoaxial functionality at any time during surgery. Embrace the possibility of true parallel compression/distraction, powerful reductions, and accurate spinal corrections.
The growing number of patients with poor bone quality challenges the effective management and decision making in the event of spinal disorders. [4-5] Not an easy task, but what would you say if there is something that simplifies your decision making? Imagine working with a pedicle screw whose design is inspired by the anatomy and biomechanics of the vertebra, allowing anchorage along the entire screw. Empowered by Ennovate® PentaCore® our screw takes advantage of the viscoelastic behavior of the cancellous bone, enabling a tight form fit between bone and implant. [7-9]
Ennovate® Performance Design
Do you know what happens to the screws post-operatively? Long-term stability is often taken for granted and rarely considered in detail, since it is a primary requirement and assumed that it is technically impossible to get more out of a screw. Because screws are just screws. Well, we do not see it that way! Our German engineers have design and technology in their DNA. The result is a screw that sets new biomechanical benchmarks.
Precision where it counts – The smart pressure mechanism enables toggle-free connection. This enables precise work in hands-free as well as navigated surgical steps.
The design reflects the natural shape of the pedicle and shows a larger thread diameter in the upper part of the screw. In combination with the Dual Core design, the large proximal flanks create pullout resistance. [12-14]
PentaCore® for voluminous anchorage in cancellous bone. Cylindrically shaped core for cortical bone compactation and stable anchorage. Plus 28% less tensile stress within the screw for improved long-term performance.[9,12,13]
The fenestrated screws can be used for the application of various fluids. In case of poor bone quality, the combination of slots and the PentaCore® allows for a unique form fit which is more stable against rotational force.
Smooth insertion of the self-tapping and self-centering thread – bone purchase and grip from the very first turn. Rounded, flat tip and quick-start thread allow improved bicortical anchorage of the screw. [12-14]
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 Çetin, Engin & Özkaya, Mustafa & Güler, Ümit & Acaroglu, Emre & Demir, Teyfik. (2015). Evaluation of the Effect of Fixation Angle between Polyaxial Pedicle Screw Head and Rod on the Failure of Screw-Rod Connection. Applied Bionics and Biomechanics. 2015. 1-9.
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 El Saman A, Meier S, Sander A, Kelm A, Marzi I, Laurer H. Reduced loosening rate and loss of correction following posterior stabilization with or without PMMA augmentation of pedicle screws in vertebral fractures in the elderly. Eur J Trauma Emerg Surg. 2013 Oct;39(5):455-60. doi: 10.1007/s00068-013-0310-6. Epub 2013 Jul 4.
 Rometsch E, Spruit M, Zigler JE, et al. Screw-Related Complications After Instrumentation of the Osteoporotic Spine: A Systematic Literature Review With Meta-Analysis. Global Spine J. 2020;10(1):69-88.
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 Chevalier Y, Matsuura M, Krüger S, Fleege C, Rickert M, Rauschmann M, Schilling C. Micro-CT and micro-FE analysis of pedicle screw fixation under different loading conditions. J Biomech. 2018 Mar 21;70:204-211.
 Demir, Teyfik., Basgül, Cemile. The Pullout Performance of Pedicle Screws. Deutschland: Springer International Publishing, 2015.
 Giacaglia, Giorgio & Lamas, Wendell. (2015). Pedicle Screw Rupture: A Case Study. Case Studies in Engineering Failure Analysis. 4. 64-75.
 Yuan HA, Garfin SR, Dickman CA, Mardjetko SM. A Historical Cohort Study of Pedicle Screw Fixation in Thoracic, Lumbar, and Sacral Spinal Fusions. Spine (Phila Pa 1976). 1994 Oct 15;19(20 Suppl):2279S-2296S.