Precision Spine to introduce new products, expansion at NASS meeting

Written by Anuja Vaidya | November 11, 2014 | Print  |

Precision Spine will be attending the 29th annual North American Spine Society Meeting, Nov.12-15, in San Francisco and will be new and expanded product offerings.

According to Precision Spine President Rich Dickerson, the company will introduce the MD-Max ULIF System, a versatile, minimally invasive retractor access/fixation system, and the Extended Tab SureLOK C System, which is compatible with the MD-Max ULIF System. It will also introduce the expansion of its ShurFit PLIF line of convex and lordotic interbody spacers, which are available in zero, five , 10 and, now, 15 degree variations.

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