Cervical Interbody Fusion Cage

Used for fusion and fixation of intervertebral space after cervical disc removal

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Product Portfolio
  • Anatomical Design

    • Pyramidal teeth structure prevents migration and achieve primary stability of implantation
    • Lordotic angle 8° restores cervical physiological lordosis
    • Superior convex design fits the lower end plate of the upper vertebral body to achieve anatomical fit
  • Improve the Fusion Rate

    • The extra large bone grafting window increases the amount of bone graft, increases the contact surface with the upper and lower endplates, and improves the fusion rate
    • PEEK Material, good biocompatibility, elastic modulus close to bone, no stress shielding, improves fusion rate
    • 15.5 mm width, enlarges the supporting surface without damaging the uncinate joint
  • Convenient Operation

    • Decompression slots reduce pressure and make implantation more convenient
    • Three tantalum marker pins, convenient for fluoroscopy to observe the safe position of fusion cage
    • Arc surface makes the connection between inserter and cage more stable and prevent rotation. It is 2-3mm away from the anterior edge of the vertebral body, and matches the arch of the anterior edge of the vertebral body
Product Features

Improved Design Based on Physiological Anatomy

The functional structure of the fusion cage is designed based on anatomy, which can better restore the physiological structure of patients and achieve better treatment effect

The Ultimate Goal Is to Improve the Fusion Rate and Improve the Treatment Effect

Excellent mechanical bearing structure and extra large bone graft window design significantly improve the fusion rate

Optimize Instruments in the Direction of Convenient Operation

Innovative and optimized bone grafting and implantation instruments make operation more convenient and fast


  • Patients with cervical disc degeneration disease and intervertebral instability

  • Patients with cervical pseudoarthrosis or fusion failure

  • Patients with cervical spondylolisthesis


  • Patients with severe osteoporosis

  • Patients with severe vertebral instability

  • Patients with vertebral fracture

  • Patients with cervical vertebra infection

  • Patients with cervical vertebra tumor

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