Nexxt Spine launches Nexxt Matrixx System: 5 things to know

Written by Mackenzie Garrity | October 19, 2017 | Print  |

Nexxt Spine will unveil its Nexxt Matrixx System at the upcoming 2017 North American Spine Society annual meeting.

Here are five things to know:


1. The Nexxt Matrixx System is a portfolio of 3-D printed porous titanium interbodies and vertebral body replacement devices. The devices are available in various heights, lengths, widths and lordotic angualation combinations.


2. The system uses Nexxt Spine's innovative technology to create implants with optimized open porosity, residue-free surfaces and radiographic imaging. Nexxt Matrixx implants have four times more bone appostition surface area and double open pour volume when compared with other implants.


3. The textured titanium alloy surface is designed to cause a positive bone response, such as an increase in osteoblast differentiation and surface osteointegration.


4. The implants are indicated for use as cervical and lumbar intervertebral fusion devices and available nationwide. Nexxt Spine will showcase them at the North American Spine Society annual meeting next week.


5. Nexxt Spine is a medical device manufacturer focused on developing solutions to treat spinal pathologies.


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