SeaSpine has announced the full commercial launch of its Admiral ACP system—a spinal implant system which is designed to create a more efficient and consistent anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF) experience for spine surgeons.
Don Park, vice chair of quality and safety for the department of orthopaedic surgery at UCLA (Los Angeles, USA), said: “Admiral is the most versatile and robust ACDF system I have ever used. The screws, which feature a thread form optimised specifically for high angulation trajectories, and the threaded driver, are game changers.
“Admiral allows me to tackle my most difficult cases with confidence. I am excited that, with this full commercial launch, the greater market will now have access to such a comprehensive system.”
Admiral ACP is designed to be used as fixation for ACDF procedures in conjunction with the company’s interbody offerings, including the 3D-printed Waveform C and Shoreline RT, featuring NanoMetalene surface technology and Reef Topography. Admiral ACP includes 1-5 level plating options with multiple crossover sizes, which SeaSpine state should enable surgeons to intraoperatively address specific surgical needs.
Keith Valentine, president and CEO of SeaSpine, added: “Our next generation Admiral ACP addresses the largest segment in the estimated US$1.3 billion cervical spine surgery market and we believe this system will be a significant growth driver for SeaSpine. This is one more example of SeaSpine’s commitment to launch best-in-class spinal implant systems.”