NuVasive introduces porous titanium implant for cervical spine procedures

Written by Alan Condon | September 05, 2019 | Print  |

NuVasive launched Modulus Cervical, a porous titanium interbody implant for cervical spine applications.

Modulus Cervical expands NuVasive's portfolio to include porous PEEK and porous titanium products for anterior cervical discectomy and fusion techniques.

The device fuses the benefits of porosity with the material properties of titanium.

Modulus Cervical features a lattice structure and is designed to provide a favorable space for bone ingrowth while imitating a stiffness similar to bone.

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