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C-CURVE™

A range of stand-alone cervical cages including an in-situ expandable titanium cage and a PEEK™ cage.

Fully integrated into our software platform, our services and our UNiD ASI ™ (Adaptive Spine Intelligence) technologies, our C-Curve ™ titanium cage has an adjustable lordosis in situ for optimal adaptation to the patient’s anatomy. This implant benefits from the latest engineering and manufacturing technologies.

Registration :

US clearance : NO

CE marking : YES

Features

C-Curve™ Peek

Material : ​PEEK Optima™
Full range : ​
XS * 15x12mm,
SMALL 17x12mm
MEDIUM 19x14mm
LARGE 22x15mm
Heights: 5 to 8mm with 1mm increments
Lordosis: 3 °
* available soon

  • Radiolucent cage to control placement and follow-up on x-ray
  • PEEK Optima™ material offers biocompatibility (1) and bone-like elasticity (2)
  • One step anti-back out system to prevent cage migration and provide optimum stability (3)
  • Cages and screws sterile-packaged
  • These cages can be used with our bone substitute  OSMOSYS™

C-Curve™ features & benefits

C-Curve™ Titanium

Material : ​Titanium Alloy (Ti6Al4V)
Full range : ​
SMALL 17x12mm
MEDIUM 19x14mm
LARGE * 22x15mm
Heights: 5 to 8m with 1mm increments
Adjustable lordosis angles from 3 ° to 11 °
* available soon

  • In-situ expandable cage to adapt lordosis angle to patient anatomy
  • One step anti-back out system to prevent cage migration and provide optimum stability (3)
  • Cages and screws sterile-packaged
  • These cages can be used with our bone substitute  OSMOSYS™

Benefits

  • Designed by 7 surgeons during a Medicrea Design Challenge
  • Two different implants (PEEK & Titanium) and only one instrumentation
  • Double threaded screw with cylindrical head to help guiding during screwing


(1) The biological safety of our products has been assessed according to ISO 10993-1.
(2) Rho, JY (1993) “Young’s modulus of trabecular and cortical bone material” Journal of Biomechanics 26 (2): 111-119
(3) Mechanical tests 18RAP025

 

Leverage UNiD ASI™​

UNiD® LAB is our team of biomedical engineers who work collaboratively with you to simulate surgical strategies using proprietary data and algorithms.

 

We are convinced that an analytical approach to spinal pathologies should ultimately allow us to better control and anticipate the results obtained. This is what we want to implement by integrating C-CURVE™ into the UNiD™ ecosystem.

 

Results

 

Our software interface, UNiD™ HUB, digests scientific data to generate intelligent surgical planning through machine learning while simultaneously allowing detailed and custom analyses.

Results
Pre-operative measurements
Lordosis & footprint recommendation
Post-operative measures

 

CASE EXAMPLE

CERVICAL PARAMETERS PRE-OP
C2-C7 (°) -6,2
T1 Slope (°) 21
T1-CL (°) 15
cSVA (mm) 22

 

According to Staub’s formula, cervical lordosis must be between 2.5 ° and 6.5 °, the UNiD™ LAB therefore has recommended not to apply additional lordosis to the cage.
Given the length of the endplates, the LAB has recommended a Small cage footprint and simulated a anterior height of 6mm.

 

 

CERVICAL PARAMETERS POST-OP
C2-C7 (°) -6
T1 Slope (°) 23
T1-CL (°) 17
cSVA (mm) 33