Medicrea Announces First MIS Spine Surgery with Patient-Specific Implants

By Julie A. Vetalice

Medicrea announced completion of the world’s first minimally invasive spine procedure using patient-specific implants, with the UNiD™ MIS Rod. The procedure occurred in Colorado.

The UNiD MIS Rod, which can be used in percutaneous or mini-open approaches, is reportedly the first spinal implant in the world to be made specially for the patient prior to the procedure.

UNiD MIS Rods are now a part of the company's UNiD™ TEK line of FDA-cleared patient-specific implants. Other Medicrea products cleared in 2017 include the PASS® TULIP top-loading fixation system, featuring patient-specific hybrid constructs, and the UNiD™ HUB data-driven digital portal that uses Adaptive Spine Intelligence for surgical planning.

Sources: Medicrea; ORTHOWORLD Inc.

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