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Camber Spine’s ALIF System Gains FDA Clearance

June 5, 2018
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The FDA granted 510(k) clearance for Camber Spine’s Enza-A titanium anterior lumbar interbody fusion system, an interbody fusion device that provides integrated fixation.

The device has a 3D printed titanium body with a roughened surface to encourage bone growth onto the device’s cranial and caudal surfaces.

The device has pores on the upper and lower faces for an optimal environment for bone growth, and it has multiple openings to allow large amounts of autogenous bone graft to be packed to further facilitate fusion.

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