Spineology Gains De Novo Grant for OptiMesh Expandable Interbody Fusion

By Julie A. Vetalice

Spineology Gains De Novo Grant for OptiMesh Expandable Interbody Fusion

Spineology was granted de novo classification from FDA for the OptiMesh® expandable spinal interbody fusion system. The grant follows successful completion of the SCOUT (Spineology Clinical Outcomes Trial) Investigational Device Exemption trial, which revealed substantial improvements in low back pain and function scores at 6, 12 and 24 months.

OptiMesh expands in three dimensions, allowing surgeons to perform interbody fusion procedures through a 1 cm incision, reported to be the smallest access in the spine industry.

Product launch is slated for 1Q21 in lumbar fusion procedures.

“I am pleased to announce the De Novo grant of our OptiMesh implants and instrumentation to support the OptiLIF procedure...I anticipate OptiLIF will help take surgery for low back and leg pain to the next level through its ability to provide excellent patient outcomes, enhanced recovery and exceptional efficiency,” said John Booth, Spineology’s CEO.

Product Labels: Lumbar Spine, Spinal Fusion

Tags: 510(k) Clearance, Regulatory