RENOVA SPINE – KYPHOPLASTY 11G
Renova Spine is a minimally invasive system for kyphoplasty procedure to treat fractures, restore vertebral body height and reduce back pain.
A vertebral compression fracture (VCF) occurs when the vertebral body fractures and collapses due to osteoporotic conditions, tumors (eg. myeloma) or trauma.
The principle of kyphoplasty is to restore vertebral body anatomy gently and progressively by inflating balloons and then reinforcing the anterior column of the vertebra with cement. The balloons create a cavity within the vertebral body, compressing the cancellous bone and thus limiting the risk of cement leakage from the vertebral body.
The balloon catheter is then deflated and the cavity created is now filled with bone cement avoiding any leakage.
KYPHOPLASTY 11G BENEFITS
- Minimally invasive surgery: patient recovers faster
- Fast approach: kyphoplasty procedure with direct percutaneous vertebral access and reduced number of surgical steps
- Percutaneous: less invasive and less traumatic treatment
- Reduced profile of cannula and balloon catheter
- Cavity creation: minimized risk of cement leakage
- Vertebral body height restoration
- No metallic impants left in situ
- Reduction in morbidity and fast functional recovery
- From lower thoracic to lumbar vertebrae
– FAST WORKING CANNULA
used as vertebral access needle and as working channel, made by an external cannula and an internal stylet. The needle has a plastic grip.
composed by a metal part with distal bone drill (screwed terminal portion) and a plastic handle.
DIFFERENT SHAPE than the working cannula: easier to recognize during surgery
SMALL HANDLE for a better visibility during surgery
COMPLETELY OVERMOLDED: no glued parts
DEPTH MARKERS on the cannula
– BONE FILLER
cement infusion cannula consisting of a steel cannula with a plastic handle, equipped with a pusher stylet that allows the gradual introduction of the cement into the vertebral body of the patient. The plastic handle has a universal luer lock connection for the filling of the cannula with bone cement.