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4WEB Medical Unveils Innovative Integrated Plating Solution for Cervical Spine Surgery

Thursday, June 20, 2024

4WEB Medical, a company specializing in orthopedic implants using its proprietary Truss Implant Technology™, has launched the Cervical Spine Truss System Integrated Plating Solution (CSTS-IPS).

Orthopedic spine surgeon at Spine & Orthopedic Specialists in Tulsa, Director of Spinal Surgery at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center in Frisco, TX, performed the first procedures using the new system.

The CSTS-IPS includes a plate that attaches mechanically to the interbody fusion device, offering robust fixation and a stable environment for fusion. This standalone construct is suitable for up to two contiguous disc levels.

Highlighted the benefits of the new implant, noting, "4WEB's cervical implant with an integrated plate provides an easy-to-use alternative to other standalone cervical implants.

Could place the implant adjacent to a previous multi-level cervical fusion without removing any existing hardware. The integrated plate offers more stability compared to traditional standalone implants with screw or anchor fixation."

The introduction of the CSTS-IPS is a significant milestone for 4WEB, with the cervical product line being the company's fastest-growing segment.

The addition of the integrated plating system is expected to drive further growth in 2024 and beyond.

"The simplicity and ease of use of 4WEB's integrated cervical plate solution are impressive. Its low-profile design offers advantages over non-integrated plate alternatives.

By adding a standalone, integrated cervical plate system to its product range, 4WEB continues to enhance its comprehensive cervical portfolio."

In addition to the CSTS-IPS launch, 4WEB plans to fully commercialize its Cervical Spine Truss System with anchor fixation in Q3 and introduce anchor fixation for Anterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion devices in early Q4.

These launches reflect the company's commitment to developing procedural solutions and providing surgeons with the tools needed to address various patient pathologies.



 



Source: prnewswire.com

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