Precision Spine releases Reform modular and HA-coated pedicle screw systems

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Precision Spine has announced the launch of its Reform modular pedicle screw system and Reform HA-coated pedicle screw system.

The Reform system features a cobalt chrome tulip with a proximal tapered triple lead thread, which is designed to help increase the bone/screw interface to enhance pull-out strength and allow for efficient screw delivery.

According to a press release, the system’s modularity is intended to help increase the surgeon’s visibility in order to permit more thorough decortication of the surrounding fusion bed. It is a top-loading, multiple component, posterior spinal fixation system which consists of pedicle screws, rods, cross-connectors, locking cap screws, hooks, dominoes and lateral offsets. All components are available in a variety of sizes to help more closely match each patient’s anatomy. The system is intended to provide immobilisation and stabilisation of spinal segments of skeletally mature patients as an adjunct to fusion in the treatment of the many acute and chronic instabilities or deformities of the thoracic, lumbar and sacral spine.

The patent-pending Reform HA-coated system features a cobalt chrome tulip with a proximal tapered triple lead thread which has a hydroxyapatite (HA) coating, designed to enhance the amount of fixation possible between the pedicle screw and the surrounding bone in osteoporotic patients. It is a top-loading, multiple component, posterior spinal fixation system which consists of pedicle screws, rods, cross-connectors, locking cap screws, hooks, dominoes and lateral offsets. All components are available in a variety of sizes to help more closely match each patient’s anatomy.

The company has also reported strong growth figures for the past six years up to the present day.  

“Six consecutive years of double-digit growth is an achievement few companies can point to and stands as a testament to the advanced, high quality products coming out of our made-in-the-USA manufacturing facility,” says Chris DeNicola, executive vice president of Operations at Precision Spine.