Centinel Spine Announces prodisc C Clinical Trials

By Julie A. Vetalice

Centinel Spine announced Investigational Device Exemption approval from FDA to initiate a two-level clinical trial with prodisc® C Vivo and prodisc C SK anterior cervical total disc replacement devices (TDRs).

The two-level prospective, randomized study will evaluate the devices at multiple sites throughout the U.S., comparing them to an existing TDR currently approved by FDA for two-level indications to validate their safety and effectiveness.

prodisc C Vivo has been used ex-U.S. since 2009. prodisc C SK is a variation of prodisc C Nova, an implant used ex-U.S. since 2010.

prodisc C Vivo and prodisc C SK employ the same mechanism of action as the currently-marketed prodiscC implant that was granted premarket approval in 2007. Their principal difference lies in the way in which the devices interface with the vertebral body; the variations are intended to allow a better match of the implant to a patient's anatomy.

Centinel Spine Cervical Total Disc Replacement Systems

Source: Centinel Spine, LLC


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