Aurora Spine to launch study for color-coded cervical implants

Spinal Tech

Aurora Spine earned Institutional Review Board approval to begin a multicenter study of its Dexa-C cervical interbody system, the devicemaker said March 2. 

The Dexa-C system uses Aurora Spine's patented color-coded implants which come in varyinh densities to match a patient's bone density, according to a news release. The device is designed for anterior cervical discectomy and fusions.

Aurora Spine's study will span up to 10 sites and enroll at least 40 single-level and 40-multi-level patients. Outcomes are expected to be measured at three months, six months and 12 months post-surgery.

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