NASS 2014: 17 key device updates & showings

Written by Laura Dyrda | November 11, 2014 | Print  |

The North American Spine Society Annual Meeting is right around the corner and several device and technologies will be showcasing their newest innovations and offering educational sessions not-to-miss.

Here are 17 device company updates for the meeting:

 

Alphatec Spine is showcasing its new spinal fixation system, Arsenal, as a comprehensive portfolio of products at the meeting.

 

Aurora Spine will attend the meeting and present eight new FDA-cleared products.


Bacterin is showcasing a new product line — the 3Demin product family — at the meeting with executives available to answer questions.

 

Bioventus will donate $100 to the NASS Annual Research Fund for every person who visits the company's booth, attempting to raise $10,000 during the exhibition days.

 

Centinel Spine is launching the Ti-ACTIVE at the meeting, which has a texturized coating for a three-dimensional osteoconductive environment to enhance fixation, increase primary stabilization and bony on-growth.

 

Exactech launched the Octane Elevate PEEK Spacer System for lumbar interbody fusion procedures at the meeting.

 

Integra LifeScience will participate in the meeting after announcing its new focus on spine with the independent, publicly held company SeaSpine.

 

LDR's Mobi-C will be the topic of clinical data presented at the meeting.

 

Medicrea will have its UNiD patient-specific spinal implant rod at the meeting, which recently achieved FDA clearance, and the first procedure was performed in the United States using the technology earlier this week.

 

Misonix will host BoneScalpel "Meet the Expert" sessions at the meeting.

 

NuVasive showcase their products at the meeting and provide educational opportunities.

 

Oxford Performance Materials' chief scientific officer Adam Hacking, PhD, will deliver a showcase presentation of the company's OsteoFab process.

 

Paradigm Spine, which focuses on non-fusion spinal implant technology with the proprietary coflex Interlaminar Technology, will attend the meeting.

 

Precision Spine will attend the meeting and introduce the new MD-Max ULIF System, a minimally invasive retractor access/fixation system.

 

SI-BONE will host a symposium during the meeting that features Scott Kitchel, MD, Joseph Fortin, DO, and Peter Whang, MD, discussing diagnosis and treatment of sacroiliac joint disorders.

 

Spinal Elements is celebrating its two-year anniversary of the Hero Allograft launch, which has raised $600,000 from sales for children's charities.

 

Titan Spine is highlighting its nanoLOCK technology at the meeting, which enhances the company's line of Endoskeleton devices.

 

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