Southern Spine Launches Thoracic Dual Lamina Implants for StabiLink Interlaminar System

By Julie A. Vetalice

Southern Spine commenced full launch of three StabiLink® Dual Lamina Implants for minimally invasive thoracic procedures.

StabiLink Dual Lamina constructs are designed as adjuncts to long segment, pedicle screw deformity constructs to help prevent proximal junctional kyphosis and proximal junctional failure.

The company was also issued three additional U.S. patents for its StabiLink MIS Interlaminar Spinal Fixation System for lumbar fusion, bringing its total IP portfolio to 13 total U.S. and international patents. The StabiLink system is placed between the spinous processes, away from the neural elements including the spinal cord and spinal nerves. The implant is positioned through a 2-4 cm incision using Southern Spine’s patented PG® Precision Guided Inserter/ Compressor, an all-in-one instrument that supports placement of the system with or without interspinous ligament removal.

Source: Southern Spine; image courtesy of Southern Spine

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