SeaSpine expanded the Ventura™ NanoMetalene® interbody line to include sizes that accommodate a larger range of posterior procedures and more patient anatomies. New sizes include additional lengths and oblique placement options with sagittally oriented lordosis.
Ventura NanoMetalene, a sub-micron layer of titanium molecularly bonded to PEEK, was launched in 2015 and is designed to provide a bone-friendly surface on endplates and throughout graft apertures, while retaining the benefits of PEEK.
All posterior lumbar NanoMetalene interbody devices are cleared for use with autograft and allograft. Other NanoMetalene devices include the Cambria™ cervical interbody and Hollywood™ VI (variable insertion) transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion devices.
Sources: SeaSpine; ORTHOWORLD Inc.