Spinal Stabilization System
Reborn ® Spinal Fixation System is an implant system used to treat a range of pathological conditions to clear abnormal motion of the vertebrae that causes spinal deformity, neurological deficit or pain. The system is formed for posterior use in the thoracic, lumbar and sacral areas of the spine. Implants of this system consist of hooks and/or screws attached to rods.
Reborn ® Spinal Fixation System uses polyaxial screws of varying diameters and lengths, fixed screws of varying diameters and lengths, rods in varying lengths, hooks, fixed and adjustable transverse connectors and they can be firmly locked into a wide range of configurations, therefore, allowing each construct to be formed to the needs of an individual patient. Rods of this system are formed intraoperatively to correct or maintain proper spinal curvature.
The implants in this system are manufactured from titanium alloy (Ti-6Al-4V), conforming to ASTM F-136.
Reborn ® Spinal Fixation System is engineered to maximize steadiness of construct and ensure easy implantation and it simplifies surgical flow. The extended tabs, small diameter, the 45 degree polyaxicity maximize the variety of the screw body to ease rod capture without the use of additional instruments. The easily inserted Reborn ® Spinal Fixation System reduces the potential for false locking and cross-threading.
Designed for easy assembly and backed by a long experience, this proven system allows surgeons to adapt to challenging patient anatomies with minimal rod contouring.
As a result, the Reborn ® Spinal Stabilization System minimizes excessive intraoperative loading to the spine.