VTI earns patent grant for minimally invasive devices — 3 highlights

Written by Megan Wood | May 11, 2017 | Print  |

Vertebral Technologies received a patent grant titled, "Methods and Apparatus for Minimally Invasive Modular Interbody Fusion Devices."

Here are three highlights:

 

1. The patents strengthen VTI's suite of patents covering its modular device design.

 

2. Currently, VTI possess 28 patents and patent-pending assets.

 

3. VTI's InterFuse System features intraoperative assembly technology, which creates a large implant footprint via a minimally invasive approach.

 

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