The FDA approved Centinel Spine's prodisc L lumbar total disc replacement device for two-level indications on April 14.
Three things to know:
1. Jack Zigler, MD, of Plano-based Texas Back Institute, implanted the first two-level prodisc L in 2002.
2. Prodisc L features two cobalt chrome alloy endplates and an ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene inlay.
3. Centinel Spine's prodisc portfolio consists of six devices, including an anterior and anterior-lateral approach lumbar disc replacement and four cervical disc replacement implants.
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