Spineology introduced the Duo Ti Expandable Interbody Fusion Procedure, which combines Spineology’s mesh technology with porous titanium to deliver a large, anatomy conforming implant via anatomy-conserving lateral decubitus and prone approaches. The porous titanium blocks are made from OsteoSync™ Ti and feature a highly porous macro structure with micro and nano-texturing, and a low modulus of elasticity to facilitate superior bone ingrowth capabilities.
The Duo Ti procedure is performed through a small portal tube. Following insertion of the implant, the mesh component is filled and expanded with bone in situ which enables surgeons to reduce retraction requirements, avoid and protect neural structures, and indirectly decompress. The result for patients and care providers is enhanced recovery, proven outcomes backed by Spineology’s 200-patient Duo Clinical Study (RaDical), and exceptional efficiency.
When the implant is inserted during a Duo procedure, porous titanium blocks generate distractive forces capable of restoring disc height and spinal alignment, and providing indirect decompression. After insertion, the mesh component is filled with bone to create a large, endplate-conforming, load-sharing graft pack that can reduce risk of subsidence and support bony ingrowth leading to fusion over the entire surface area of the implant.
Source: Spineology Inc.