Lumbar Interbody Cages 

SIGNUS WOMBAT ST lumbar fusion implant makes use of this successful spinal surgery method: WOMBAT ST consists of a titanium grid structure which, with its
defined pore design, imitates the architecture of natural bone. The interconnection between the pores ensures optimal oxygen and nutrient supply, creating the optimal basis for bony ingrowth. The roughness of the implant – in addition to its proven SIGNUS teeth design – optimises the primary stability and counteracts migration of the implant.

  • Open, macroporous titanium structure.

  • Diagonal implant placement.

  • Flattened implant apex.

  • Large contact area with the vertebral body.

  • Increased roughness in conjunction with proven SIGNUS tooth cage design.

  • Smooth lateral surfaces

MOBIS II ST can be inserted using a variable angle setting instrument and be swiveled into the end position. The setting instrument remains connected to the implant to ensure safe, controllable implantation. The anterior position of the MOBIS II implant offers solid, bilateral support to the anterior column. At the same time, sufficient bone graft material can be packed into the cavity of the cage at the front, as well as the posterior disc space, generating a fusion pathway.

  • Controlled insertion of the implant at different angles.

  • In  steps 4 from 0°- 72° (4x18°) to the final position.

  • Smooth sides: minimized risk of injury of the surrounding tissue.

  • Bullet nose: easier insertion of the implant.

  • Slender design of the instrument for enhanced intra-operative visibility.

  • Definitive toothed design on the cephalad and caudal surfaces.

  • Fenestrated implant for extensive bony union

The RABEA implant is the simple and efficient selection in cervical interbody
fusion. RABEA is made of PEEK-OPTIMA®, a revolutionary biocompatible thermoplastic polymer that is particularly suitable as implant material. Since its introduction more than 20 years ago, PEEK has been the material of choice for applications requiring outstanding resistance to chemicals, heat, steam, radiation and wear. It combines superior strength, stiffness and impact resistance and allows excellent, postoperative imaging of the operative site.

  • Artifact-free in MRI

  • Titanium markers.

  • Excellent biocompatibility.

  • Toothed, superior and inferior surfaces.

  • Fenestrated implant.

  • Oblong form

 

A cervical plating system must provide the cervical spine with the necessary
stability, while at the same time being unobtrusively integrated into the biomechanical system of the cervical spine. ASCOT achieves the balance between maximized stability and minimized stiffness and thus allows for load-sharing with the bone to facilitate segmental fusion (Wolff’s law). With angular variability in its semi-rigid screw/plate connection ASCOT is able to adapt to the changing anatomic situation over the course of the healing process.

  • Thin semi-rigid plate design.

  • Narrow profile and generous fenestration.

  • Wide range of pre-lordosed mono- and poly-segmental plates.

  • Reliable protection from screw back-out.

  • Zero-step locking.

  • Visible locking for optimal control.