Camber Spine has successfully completed the first 45 procedures with its ENZA™-A Titanium Anterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion system.
ENZA-A is in limited launch following FDA 510(k) clearance, received in June. Full U.S. launch is expected by year’s end.
ENZA-A comprises a 3D printed body with a roughened surface and 500 micron-sized pores in the upper and lower faces to support bone ingrowth. Multiple openings can accept a large volume of autogenous bone graft. Similar to the original ENZA design, ENZA-A features two sharpened anchor plates inside the body that are deployed into adjacent vertebrae to provide fixation. A single inline instrument inserts, deploys and locks the device in place.
Sources: Camber Spine; ORTHOWORLD, Inc.