California–based Providence Medical Technology has won two FDA marketing clearances for its Cavux cervical cage-l system and Ally facet screws to compliment the company’s DTRAX Spinal System for use in cervical fusion.
The Cavux cervical cage-l system is made from titanium and is available in a variety of sizes. The implant has grit-blasted and acid-etched surfaces, and a large space for allogenic and autogenous bone graft. It includes self-drilling and self-tapping screws for additional, standalone fixation.
The titanium implants are available in a variety of sizes and are intended to provide mechanical support and stability until spinal fusion is achieved. — Cynthia Jessup