The Vault System features a large graft window designed for fusion and is used to treat patients with degenerative disc disease (DDD) with up to Grade I spondylolisthesis.

It is used at either a single level or at two contiguous levels between L2 and S1 in the lumbar spine.

It provides immediate mechanical fixation to adjacent vertebral bodies while maintaining a zero profile.

The S-Lok system components include polyaxial screws with up to 40º of angulation for placement in the upper thoracic spine (T1-T3), and an array of crosslinks, dominoes, hooks, lateral offsets and transition rods designed to promote fusion in the cervical/upper thoracic spine (C1-T3).

The S-Lok system is used to treat DDD, fracture/dislocation, spinal stenosis, spondylolisthesis, and revision of previous cervical spine surgery and tumors.

Spinal USA senior VP Operations Rich Dickerson said the Vault system and the S-Lok system provides patients, surgical options designed to improve outcomes.