Stryker Spine launching new anterior cervical plating system


Stryker will be launching Tempus, its new anterior cervical plating system at booth #443 during the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting (24–28 March, Las Vegas, USA).

Featuring a secondary locking mechanism which offers visual and tactile confirmation, large graft windows, and a low 2.2mm profile design, Tempus complements Stryker’s current offering of anterior cervical plates. Tempus is available in one to five level plating options with fixed and variable self-drilling and self-tapping screws.

“The addition of Tempus will expand Stryker’s presence in the growing secondary lock sub-segment of the US$454m anterior cervical plating market and further strengthen our cervical product portfolio,” said Brad Paddock, vice president and general manager, sales and marketing, Stryker Spine.