Anterior Cervical Plate System

It can be used for anterior fixation of cervical spine in operations such as cervical degenerative disease, cervical trauma, dislocation, and removal of cervical tumor focus.

Please contact your local distributor for more information.

Product Portfolio
  • Screw

    • Large angle design is convenient for operators to operate on patients with upper cervical vertebra
    • Flexible selection of adjustable angle and fixed angle screws to achieve multimode fixation
    • The cancellous bone thread increases the holding force of the screw and is more stable
    • Self-holding function of screw, convenient for taking and holding screws
  • Titanium Plate

    • Large observation window, visual operation, convenient for observation of intervertebral bone graft
    • The circular edge design of the plate makes it fit more closely with the vertebral body, with lower profile, avoiding irritation to the soft tissue, and avoiding postoperative dysphagia and other complications
    • Design of pin holes, used for temporary fixation of plate, convenient for intraoperative fluoroscopy, drilling and placing screw
  • One-one Locking Mechanism

    • The locking structure of each screw works independently to avoid mutual interference, and the locking state is more stable
    • Curved interface increases the contact area between wrench and interface to avoid screw stripped
  • Complete Specifications

    • Plate with 4 to 10 holes can be selected to meet the needs of various segmental surgeries
    • Small length increment to meet the needs of different types of patients
Product Features

Multiple Fixed Modes, Providing Multiple Choices

Adjustable angle screw and fixed angle screw can be flexibly matched to realize various fixed modes such as constrained mode and semi-constrained mode

Low Profile Design to Avoid Postoperative Complications

The arc edge design of the plate makes it fit more closely with the vertebral body, with lower profile, avoiding irritation to the soft tissue, and avoiding postoperative dysphagia and other complications

Safer and More Stable

The independent locking mechanism makes the locking state of the screw more stable and safer
The cancellous thread enhances the holding force of the screw and forms a locking state through extrusion, which is more stable

Indications

  • Cervical Degenerative Disease

  • Trauma, Fracture, Dislocation

  • Tumor

  • Infection

Contraindication

  • Patients who are not suitable for internal fixation, such as local structural damage or serious deformity

  • Patients with severe osteoporosis

  • Patients not suitable for anterior cervical decompression

Please contact your local distributor for more information.