In the realm of modern medicine, spinal implants have emerged as a groundbreaking solution for individuals suffering from a range of spinal disorders. This comprehensive blog will delve into the world of spinal implants, providing an extensive overview of their types and the numerous benefits they bring to patients.
Understanding Spine Implants
Spinal implants, in essence, are medical devices designed to treat and support the spine. They come in various forms, each serving a specific purpose in addressing spinal conditions, and the selection of the appropriate implant depends on the patient’s unique needs and the nature of their condition.
Implant Types by Zealmax Ortho: Spine Implants Manufacturers
I. Spinal Cages:
A spinal cage, also known as an interbody cage or spinal interbody fusion cage, is a critical component in spinal fusion surgery. This implant is typically inserted into the intervertebral space between two adjacent vertebrae. Cages come in various shapes and materials, such as titanium or polymer, to facilitate fusion and support the spine.
Dio Cage: For degenerative cervical procedures, the Cervical DIO Cage system offers an optimized configuration solution. The graft’s large surface area allows for the appropriate use of ortho-biological material, which is designed to reduce the risk of non-unions.
- Simple Tools for easier and way faster Surgery
- A large grafting area is used to maximize bone fusion.
- 3D visualization and radiological identification are made possible by X-ray markers.
- Designed to maximize grafting material while also optimizing end plate contact.
- PEEK and Titanium are both options. In the biological environment, it is biocompatible, corrosion resistant, and non-toxic.
- Corrosion resistance, precise construction, permanent finish, and complete bone support.
- Available width 5, 6, 7 and 8 (in mm).
Expandable Cage: Expandable Cage offers a modern vertebral body reconstruction solution to surgeons. After the removal of the vertebrae, the cage is placed and expanded. It provides excellent fixation into the vertebral endplate and adequate room within the cage for the bone graft.
- Emphasizes minimal invasive approach as the cage is easy to insert & quick to position.
- Dependable performance with dimensional accuracy.
- Optimizes anatomical fit through an anterior cervical approach.
- Optimizes load distribution between the implant and vertebrae.
- Allows for continuous expansion to the desired height.
- Provides implant height stability without an additional step.
- Available in Titanium Material
- Available length (in mm) 20-25, 25-32, 30-42, 35-47 and 40-55 (in mm).
- Available in different sizes and shapes.
Eco Cage/Mesh cages: Mesh cages are specifically designed for cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine vertebral body replacement. These are made of titanium and come in a variety of footprints and heights. This allows the surgeon to select the implant based on the patient’s anatomy and pathology.
- In the case of corpectomy, it was used to maintain the height between two vertebrae.
- Available in a variety of heights to accommodate specific pathology and anatomical
- Open architecture to promote bony fusion and bone ingrowth.
- End rings that are parallel in order to restore normal spinal alignment and resist subsidence.
- Mesh cages are useful in the cervical and lumbar regions.
- Diameters 12, 14, 16, and 18 (in mm).
- Titanium material is available.
- Available in a variety of diameters and lengths.
II. Cervical Plate:
A cervical plate is a spine surgery implant used in cervical spine surgeries, particularly for the neck area. It is a metal plate that is surgically fixed to the anterior (front) surface of the cervical spine. The primary purpose of a cervical plate is to provide stability, support, and alignment to the cervical vertebrae during the healing process.
Adjustable Occipital Plate: The plate is used to stabilize the occipital bone, the bone at the back of the skull, to the cervical spine. It is a type of occipitocervical fusion (OCF) plate, which is used to treat conditions such as craniocervical instability (CCI) and atlantoaxial instability (AAI).
- Allows precise angle and position adjustment for optimal alignment in occipitocervical fusion (OCF) surgery.
- Suitable for treating various conditions like craniocervical instability (CCI) and atlantoaxial instability (AAI).
- Constructed from robust, durable materials to withstand head and neck forces.
- Made from Titanium materials unlikely to trigger allergic reactions in patients during surgery.
- Available in a variety of sizes and configurations to accommodate the different needs of patients.
- Available in small, medium and large sizes.
Anterior Cervical Plate: Intended for anterior screw fixation to the cervical spine, our Anterior Cervical Plate is the trusted and preferred implant by spine surgeons. Beneficial in traumatic injuries, the Anterior Cervical Plate also serves its purpose in degenerative cases as well as tumors and infections of the cervical spine. Its pre-contoured; comes with high mechanical strength and stability for demanding cervical surgical procedures; and guarantees minimal soft tissue irritation.
Anatomically designed with a small degree of lordosis and enhanced load sharing to promote fusion, plates of various sizes are available to adapt to the patient’s cervical anatomy. With a unique locking mechanism, our Anterior Cervical plates provide tactile feedback and minimize the possibility of screw loosening.
Occifix Plate:: Occifix Plate is a cervical plate used for the fixation of fractures and osteotomies of the cervical spine. It is a pre-contoured, low-profile plate with a variety of features that make it ideal for use in this area of the anatomy.
- Pre-contoured to the anatomy.
- Low profile to minimize soft tissue irritation.
- Multiple screw holes for increased fixation options.
- Available in a variety of sizes and materials to meet the needs of each individual patient.
- Available in Titanium.
- Available size 200mm.
- Available Size Is 2,3,4,5 Hole.
III. Pedicle Screw
Monoaxial Pedicle Screw: Pedicle screw implants use a rod screw construct that can be made with monoaxial screws with an immobile pedicle screw head. Monoaxial Pedicle Screw has an additional degree of freedom, allowing for better screw positioning within the pedicle. This makes it easier to insert the rod into the desired position and reduces unwanted tension.
- The screw head can rotate 360 degrees before being secured with the rod.
- The monoaxial pedicle screw stabilizes the vertebrae.
- Used in different procedures to provide fixation.
- Immediate stability, rigid immobilization and short fixation.
- Available in Titanium material.
- Available diameter 4.5, 5.5 and 6.5(in mm).
- Available length 25, 30, 35, 40, 45 and 55 (in mm).
Polyaxial Pedicle Screw: Available in various lengths and widths, Polyaxial Pedicle Screw has a spherical head that is enclosed in the housing, which allows the screw a range of motion along several different axes relative to the housing. Its ball joint makes it easier and flexible for surgeons to place the screw at the right place typically into the pedicle of the vertebra, in the proper manner. When applied, it helps maintain spinal stability and avoid further nerve damage especially while treating the thoracolumbar fracture.
Coated with Hydroxyapatite (HA) – a biocompatible surface to titanium medical implants that acts similar to natural hard tissues and improves bioactivity and osteoconductivity, our Polyaxial Pedicle Screw is a savior for patients facing spinal trauma. It assists in spinal surgery by connecting vertebrae to rods, particularly in spinal fusion procedures
Benefits of Spine Implants by Zealmax Ortho
Superior Quality: Zealmax Ortho prioritizes top-notch quality, ensuring that their spinal implants meet international standards. This commitment to quality translates into a higher level of safety and performance for patients.
Cutting-Edge Technology: Zealmax Ortho leverages cutting-edge technology in the design and manufacturing of their spine surgery implants. This results in innovative and advanced solutions that offer better outcomes for patients.
Finest Raw Materials: The company sources its materials from reliable and trusted suppliers. This guarantees that the spine implants are constructed with the highest-quality materials, promoting durability and reliability.
Global Reach: With exporting experience spanning over 70 countries, Zealmax Ortho has a vast international presence. This expansive reach allows more healthcare providers and patients to access their high-quality spinal implants.
Continuous Improvement: Zealmax Ortho has a culture of continuous improvement and innovation. This dedication ensures that their products and processes are always evolving to meet the changing needs of the medical community and patients.
Zealmax Ortho is a leading Spine Implants Manufacturers. We uphold a commitment to excellence, ensuring our spinal implants adhere to global standards. We achieve this through cutting-edge technology and sourcing the finest materials from trusted suppliers. Our continuous dedication to process enhancement and vast exporting experience spanning over 70 countries has allowed us to streamline the buyer’s journey, making it more convenient, efficient, and time-saving.