Tag: NASS 2019

Elective one to three level ACDFs at physician-owned hospitals cost less...

The results of a recent study suggest that elective one to three level anterior cervical discectomy with fusion surgeries (ACDFs) at physician-owned hospitals have...
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Topical steroid reduces dysphagia after ACDF, early RCT results suggest

Early postoperative results of a double blind randomised clinical trial demonstrate the benefit of local intraoperative corticosteroids (LIC) delivered with an absorbable haemostatic matrix...

Prioritisation of realignment associated with superior clinical outcomes for surgical cervical...

According to new research, certain ratios of correction of cervical parameters contribute to improving neck disability. The study, authored by Katherine E Pierce (NYU...
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NASS 2019: Brainlab introduces mobile intraoperative imaging robot

Brainlab has unveiled Loop-X, the first mobile intraoperative imaging robot, at NASS 2019 (34th Annual North American Spine Society Meeting; 25–28 September, Chicago, USA)....
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RTI Surgical showcase clinical data at NASS 2019

RTI Surgical will showcase its body of clinical data at the 34th Annual Meeting of the North American Spine Society Annual Meeting (NASS 2019;...
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NASS 2019: DePuy Synthes launch 3D printed implant portfolio for spine...

The Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies today announced that DePuy Synthes has launched the CONDUIT Interbody Platform with EIT Cellular Titanium Technology, further...

Camber Spine announces nationwide launch Of SPIRA-O Open Matrix OLIF at...

Camber Spine has announced the launch of its first spinal implant designed and manufactured specifically for the oblique lumbar interbody fusion (OLIF) spine surgical...