CTL Amedica wins patent for screw offset blocking mechanism designed for cervical fusion system

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CTL Amedica was recently granted a patent for a screw offset blocking mechanism designed for its Monet anterior cervical fusion system.

Three insights:

1. The Monet system has both titanium and PEEK cage options.

2. The device features integrated anterior plating options, including low-profile, four-screw arrangements and zero-profile, two-screw designs.

3. CTL Amedica aims to integrate the blocking mechanism into cervical and lumbar plating systems.

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