Nexxt Spine Launches Nexxt Matrixx Corpectomy

By Julie A. Vetalice

Nexxt Spine Launches Nexxt Matrixx Corpectomy

Nexxt Spine received FDA 510(k) clearance of the 3D-printed Nexxt Matrixx® Corpectomy System, and commenced product launch.

Corpectomy features placement of varying pore sizes (300μ-700μ) along with macro/microsurfacing and bone biology relevance. A continuous lumen allows the cage to be packed with the surgeon's chosen biologic from endplate to endplate.

Nexxt Matrixx Corpectomy System is cleared for use in the cervical and thoracolumbar spine to replace a diseased, collapsed, damaged or unstable vertebral body due to tumor, osteomyelitis, and trauma, or for reconstruction following corpectomy. A roughened surface and inferior/superior teeth provide initial stabilization.

“Here at Nexxt Spine we are committed to bringing exceptionally innovative products to the market,” says President, Andy Elsbury. “The extension of our Nexxt Matrixx® line with the Corpectomy System has been highly anticipated by our surgeon network, who consistently experience superior clinical outcomes. We are excited to expand this network and positively enhance the lives of more patients.”

Product Labels: Spinal Fusion

Tags: 510(k) Clearance, Regulatory