Introduces New Flagship Product to Anchor U.S. Cervical Spine Implant Portfolio
ST. LOUIS, MO (July 13, 2016) – ulrich medical USA, Inc., a medical device company focused on developing and commercializing musculoskeletal implant technologies in the United States, announced today the market release of the neon3™ Posterior Cervical System, which is intended to provide immobilization and stabilization of spinal segments as an adjunct to fusion or for a number of acute and chronic instabilities of the cervical and thoracic spine.
“We are extremely excited to introduce our neon3 Posterior Cervical System to the U.S. spine market,” said Tom Carter, Senior Manager of Spinal Systems, ulrich medical USA. “This universal system allows surgeons to address a full range of cervical pathologies including the most complex of applications with extremely robust implant technology that is delivered with user-friendly instrumentation, which was a requirement of our U.S. surgeon design team.”
The neon3 product features a top loading “tulip” style screw design (available for both open and percutaneous applications) with a comprehensive assortment of screw choices including polyaxial cannulated and non-cannulated screws, favored angle options and fenestrated screws in multiple configurations: lateral mass, long shaft, thoracic, pedicle, and transarticular designs. In addition, the system offers a wide range of screw lengths (10-55mm) and diameters (3.5, 4.0, 4.5, 5.5mm). Rods are available in either titanium alloy or cobalt chromium (CoCr) and they feature a diameter of 4.0mm in straight and pre-bent designs. In addition to screws and rods, the system also includes a variety of additional implants to meet diverse clinical requirements.