Camber Spine Launches New Anterior Cervical Plates

By Julie A. Vetalice

Camber Spine Launches New Anterior Cervical Plates

Camber Spine announced FDA 510(k) clearance and U.S. launch of the SPIRA®-C Integrated Interbody, a standalone integrated fixation system (pictured above, left), and the FORTICO™ Anterior Cervical Plate (above, right), a two-screw plating system that can integrate with the company's SPIRA®-C open matrix interbody implants as well as the COVERIS® PEEK anterior cervical spacer.

SPIRA-C Integrated offers a zero profile screw-fixated interbody option for anterior cervical fusion coupled with the benefits of the SPIRA open architecture design.

The need for a minimally invasive cervical plate option in addition to the zero-profile system led to the development of FORTICO, according to Seth Anderson, Chief Innovation Officer. FORTICO is a two-screw low profile cervical plate designed to match the anterior face of the SPIRA interbody system. SPIRA-C Integrated incorporates the company's proprietary Surface by Design® technology, featuring an osteopromotive surface and a patented arch design for redistribution of load to maximize endplate contact and promote full arthrodesis.

Camber Spine recently received additional issued U.S. patents for its SPIRA technology, further strengthening its proprietary position in the open architecture 3D-printed implant space. Clinical studies are underway, investigating SPIRA open architecture cage technology.

Product Labels: Spinal Fusion

Tags: 510(k) Clearance, Product Launch, Regulatory