US surgeons see positive results with Carevature's decompression system: 5 key points

Written by Megan Wood | December 21, 2016 | Print  |

Rehovot, Israel-based Carevature Medical reported U.S. surgeons are experiencing positive outcomes using the company's Dreal Powered and Curved Spinal decompression system.

Here are five key points:

 

1. Six centers in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Connecticut and Texas are participating in Carevature's Dreal limited market launch in the United States.

 

2. Globally, surgeons have used Dreal products on more than 400 patients.

 

3. Dreal features a curved design intended to cause less trauma and quicken recovery by preserving the tissue.  

 

4. Carevature plans a full commercial launch for Dreal in 2017.

 

5. Carevature develops orthopedic surgery solutions.

 

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