K2M affirmed completion of 300 surgical cases using the RHINE™ Cervical Disc.
RHINE features a one-piece compressible polymer core with domed, plasma-coated endplates and a central-split keel. Its instrumentation integrates trialing and keel cutting into one instrument, while an adjustable stop supports customized anterior or posterior disc positioning.
The 166-subject RHINE Cervical Disc Prospective Observational Clinical Study is gathering operative data and feedback on device performance, including radiographic data and clinical outcomes.
RHINE received CE Mark approval at the beginning of 2016. The device is not sold or offered in the U.S.
Sources: K2M, Inc.; ORTHOWORLD Inc.