Pinnacle Spine Group has introduced its InFill V2 lateral interbody device for use in lumbar spinal fusion surgeries.
The new lateral interbody device features single graft chamber and load-bearing surface area, which enables to restore and maintain disc height and facilitates the formation of a fusion column.
The V2 lateral implants include an expanded size matrix and wide range of lordotic options.
Pinnacle Spine president Zach Sowell said: "Science has shown that in many unilateral posterior lumbar interbody fusion procedures, less than 50 percent of the disc area is actually grafted.
"Creating a greater opportunity to fill the biologic void is exactly why we developed the only patented Interbody Fusion System designed to deliver optimized graft-to-endplate contact.”
Pinnacles’ new lateral device includes an advanced access port to secure the implant to the inserter and bulleted nose to enhance insertion and ensure precise placement for challenging disc conditions
To address unique patient anatomy, the system is available in different lengths ranging from 30mm to 60mm and heights from 8mm to 14mm. It includes widths of 18mm, 21mm and 24mm, and lordotic angles of 0°, 7°, 10° and 13°.
Pinnacle received one Chinese and three US patents for the InFill fusion system.
Pinnacle is engaged in the development of innovative medical device for surgical procedures of the spine.