Here are four updates in cervical spine devices and implants since Feb. 1:
1. Eminent Spine, a biomechanical provider, has earned approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for its 3D-printed titanium cervical intervertebral body fusion device system.
2. NuVasive's Modulus cervical interbody implant was approved by the FDA for use with a bone void filler.
3. FloSpine's 3D-printed Ti-Largo earned FDA 510(k) clearance. The titanium cage is designed for cervical spine procedures and has a highly porous surface.
5. Aurora Spine earned Institutional Review Board approval to begin a multicenter study of its Dexa-C cervical interbody system.