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Surgical Implants

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Surgical implants
Surgical implants are medical devices or materials that are surgically placed inside or on the body to support, replace, or enhance the function of a particular body part or system
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Safex Inc Cervical Cage

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Cervical Cage
A cervical cage, also known as a cervical interbody cage or cervical fusion cage, is a medical device used in cervical spine surgery to facilitate fusion and stabilization of the vertebrae in the neck (cervical spine). It is typically made of biocompatible materials such as titanium or polyetheretherketone (PEEK) and is designed to be inserted between adjacent cervical vertebrae to maintain disc height, restore spinal alignment, and promote fusion.

Here are some key features and uses of cervical cages:

  1. Shape and Design: Cervical cages come in various shapes and designs, including rectangular, cylindrical, or tapered shapes. They may have perforations or roughened surfaces to promote bone ingrowth and fusion.

  2. Graft Containment: Cervical cages often have hollow interiors or spaces that allow for the placement of bone graft material. This bone graft serves as a scaffold for new bone growth, facilitating fusion between the adjacent vertebrae.

  3. Anterior Approach: Cervical cages are typically inserted into the intervertebral space through an anterior approach to the cervical spine. This approach provides direct access to the affected disc(s) and allows for optimal placement of the cage.

  4. Fixation: Cervical cages may incorporate features such as teeth, spikes, or screw holes to enhance fixation and stability once implanted. In some cases, additional fixation may be achieved using anterior cervical plates and screws.

  5. Reduced Motion: By replacing the damaged or degenerated disc, cervical cages help reduce motion at the affected segment of the cervical spine. This stabilization can alleviate pain and symptoms associated with conditions such as degenerative disc disease, cervical spondylosis, and cervical radiculopathy.

  6. Fusion Promotion: The primary goal of using cervical cages is to promote fusion between the adjacent vertebrae. Over time, bone tissue grows into and around the cage, forming a solid union between the vertebral bodies.

  7. MRI Compatibility: Many cervical cages are designed to be MRI compatible, allowing for postoperative imaging to assess fusion progression and detect any potential complications.

  8. Patient-Specific Implants: Some cervical cages can be customized or patient-specific, designed based on preoperative imaging (such as CT scans or MRI) to match the patient's anatomy more precisely. Note This product will be available after availability of essential certifications

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Safex Inc Cancellous Screws

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Cancellous screws
Cancellous screws are orthopedic implants used in various surgical procedures, particularly in orthopedic and trauma surgery. They are specially designed screws intended for use in cancellous bone, which is the softer, spongy bone found at the ends of long bones and within vertebral bodies. Cancellous screws have specific features that make them suitable for insertion into this type of bone.

Here are some key characteristics and uses of cancellous screws:

  1. Thread Design: Cancellous screws typically have a coarse thread design with a wide pitch. This thread pattern is optimized for gripping the softer cancellous bone, providing strong fixation and stability.

  2. Core Diameter: Cancellous screws often have a larger core diameter compared to cortical screws. This helps to increase the pull-out strength and resistance to shearing forces in cancellous bone.

  3. Self-Tapping: Many cancellous screws are self-tapping, meaning they have a cutting flute at the tip that allows them to tap their own threads as they are inserted into bone. This feature facilitates easier and faster insertion, especially in situations where pre-drilling is not feasible or necessary.

  4. Head Design: Cancellous screws may have a variety of head designs, including flat heads, pan heads, or countersunk heads. The choice of head design depends on the specific surgical application and the need for flush or countersunk placement of the screw head.

  5. Material: Cancellous screws are typically made from biocompatible materials such as titanium or stainless steel. These materials are strong, durable, and compatible with the body's tissues, reducing the risk of adverse reactions or complications.

  6. Length and Diameter: Cancellous screws are available in various lengths and diameters to accommodate different bone sizes and surgical applications. Surgeons select the appropriate screw size based on the specific anatomy and biomechanical requirements of the surgical site.

  7. Indications: Cancellous screws are commonly used in orthopedic procedures such as fracture fixation, bone grafting, osteotomies, arthrodesis (joint fusion), and reconstruction surgeries. They are particularly well-suited for fixation in regions of bone with a higher proportion of cancellous tissue, such as the metaphysis of long bones or the vertebral bodies.

  8. This product will be available after availability of essential certifications

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