The newly released spine implant will build on the success of the original Zimmer DTO System, which connects several other Zimmer devices. The DTO 5.5 consists of a 100 mm cord and a 5.5 mm titanium rod to be contoured to the patient's anatomy.
The transition from fusion to non-fusion within a single implant is designed to preserve segment anatomy and restore posterior disc height, according to the release.
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Zimmer Releases DTO 5.5 Spine Fixation System for Disc Degeneration FeaturedWritten by Heather Linder | Tuesday, 26 February 2013 19:29
Zimmer Spine launched its Zimmer DTO 5.5 System for disc degeneration with fusion and non-fusion treatments.
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