Minimally Invasive Posterior Thoracolumbar Screw-rod Fixation System

Fixation of the spine by percutaneous minimally invasive means, combined with an upgraded tool combination, makes in vitro operation more convenient, and can be used for conventional minimally invasive percutaneous internal fixation and bone cement enhanced fixation

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Product Portfolio
  • Low Profile Design

    • The low profile design reduces the space occupation under the rod and the irritation to the surrounding soft tissue
    • Mechanically strengthened thread can greatly increase the contact area between screw and pedicle, and effectively improve the pullout force of screw
    • Tapered screw tip provides implant guidance function. Self-tapping is realized by full thread
  • Hard Extender Blade

    • Convenient loading and unloading, the outer diameter is consistent with the screw, and smaller incision
    • C-Shaped screw base, which strengthens the connection stability and makes the rod passing easier
  • Connection Rod

    • Optimize the interface and tip design to make the rod holding and passing more stable and smooth
  • Screw Specification

    • Diameter 5.0mm-7.5mm
    Length 25mm-65mm
Product Features

Precise and Minimally Invasive, Safe and Time-saving

It can be used in conjunction with the "pecker spine" robot to significantly reduce the number of fluoroscopy, significantly reduce the operation time, and achieve sub-millimeter precision positioning

Automatic Guiding-into and Quick Implantation

Self-guiding and self-tapping thread makes screw implantation faster

Optimized Design and Efficient Rod Passing

Through convenient extender blade design, optimized connecting rod end and interface form, and simple instrument combination, efficient rod passing operation is realized

Can Match Other Products of HICREN

With disposable puncture positioning plate, accurate fluoroscopy positioning can be carried out


  • Patients with thoracolumbar fracture

  • Degenerative lumbar disc herniation with segmental lumbar instability

  • Patients with lumbar spondylolisthesis

  • Spinal canal stenosis characterized by nerve root canal stenosis


  • Patients with severe osteoporosis

  • Patients with moderate and severe scoliosis

  • Pedicle dysplasia

  • Patients with unclear preoperative positioning

  • Others, such as patients with isthmus fissure

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