Texas-based Eminent Spine has reported its King Cobra Anterior Cervical Plate study results.
The cervical plate has a low profile plating option developed for the cervical spine which minimizes vascular injury, reduces surgical time and addresses the problems of cage migration.
The areas which are examined in the study includes twister popped off, plate broke, cage migration twister malrotated, screw breakage, screw back-out and dysphagia and infection.
The study results demonstrated that the Anterior Cervical Plate device is an effective product and can be safely implanted.
The Twister locking mechanism has proved as a safe, easy and effective way to lock screw into the plate.
Eminent Spine will continuously perform clinical studies to further evaluate the device.