Cavity Creation Disposable Approach Kit
The Cavity Creation System addresses the need to access the vertebral body transpedicularly and bilaterally. It is indicated for vertebral body compression fractures and features a disposable approach set and a reusable curette set. With these instruments, a cavity can be created that allows for a low-pressure delivery of filler material, reducing the risk of cement and marrow extravasation.
The Cavity Creation System requires fewer steps than existing systems when accessing a vertebral body. This reduces operative time and offers an easier procedure for the surgeon.
Awl-Tipped Probe, 220 mm
The Awl-Tipped Probe establishes the entry point and trajectory into a bony site, and guides the Working Cannula into position.
Handle, Awl-Tipped Probe
The Handle features a latch design for easy assembly with the Awl-Tipped Probe.
Working Cannula, 5 mm, threaded
The Cannula threads maintain the surgical path and protect soft tissue while controlling the advance and removal of the Cannula.
Handle, Working Cannula
The Handle enables a simple snap on/snap off assembly with the Working Cannula.
Cannula Tamp, 4 mm OD
The Cannula Tamp features a basic loop design that allows easy manipulation in the Cannula.
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