US-based medical device company Tyber Medical has introduced new cervical plating system designed to minimize surgical steps.
The new Tyber Medical Cervical Plating System features low profile plate with fixed and variable self-tapping screws, positive locking and unlocking with direct visualization and a large graft viewing window.
According to the company, the system will benefit the spine surgeons with minimal surgical steps.
Tyber Medical CEO Jeff Tyber said: "The addition of the Tyber Medical Cervical Plating System demonstrates our continued commitment to providing the market with rapid access to portfolio enhancing, regulatory approved orthopaedic implants.
"The efficient design and visually verifiable locking mechanism of the cervical plate along with the TyPEEK titanium plasma sprayed interbody system offer our private label partners a complete differentiated solution for the cervical spine."
The company, which already produces a full line of spinal interbody spacers, also designs and develops class II orthopaedic systems.