Tyber Medical Launches Study for Titanium Integrated Interbody

By Julie A. Vetalice

Tyber Medical Launches Study for Titanium Integrated Interbody

Tyber Medical launched a clinical study of its titanium-integrated interbody fusion devices for use in the cervical and lumbar spine for degenerative disc disease, stenosis, fractural repair and other degenerative and trauma-related conditions.

The devices in Tyber Medical's clinical registry are PEEK devices that offer titanium integration for bone formation between the interbody device and surrounding tissues. Early osteo-integration of the devices and segment stability are being observed during patient recovery.

Tyber Medical fills gaps in existing distribution networks by providing design, engineering, quality management and regulatory support. "The significant investment we're making in prospective and retrospective data collection and our leading MDR strategy provides customers with outcome data that supports the safety and effectiveness of our devices for domestic and international use," said Tyber Medical Director of Clinical Research, Hallie Murray, PhD.

Product Labels: Spinal Fusion

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