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CASCADIA™ Lateral 3D Interbody System
Category: Minimally Invasive, Interbody Devices

The CASCADIA Lateral 3D Interbody System includes a full range of implant sizes designed to accommodate the vertebral anatomy. This system is designed to work with the RAVINE Lateral Access System, offering a full line of instrumentation for the direct lateral transpsoas approach. Lamellar 3D Titanium Technology incorporates 500 um longitudinal channels throughout the implant, which in conjunction with transverse windows, create an interconnected lattice designed to allow for bony integration. [1]

Description

Features 
 
  • Lamellar 3D titanium interbody with approximately 70% porosity1
  • Roughened titanium surfaces have been shown to demonstrate increased protein expression in contrast to smooth titanium surfaces2-4
  • Increased bone graft volume compared to equivalent PEEK design1
  • Bulleted nose to ease insertion into collapsed disc spaces1
  • Wide range of footprints available with parallel, 8°, 12°, 15°, 22°, and 28° lordoses
  • Reverse internal hourglass implant design that allows for increased endplate contact with large bone graft volume when compared to an ALEUTIAN PEEK interbody
 
References:
  1. K2M Test Report TR-1220
  2. Olivares-Navarrete R, Hyzy SL, Slosar PJ, Schneider JM, Schwartz Z, and Boyan BD. Implant materials generate different peri-implant inflammatory factors. Spine 40 (2015): 399-404.
  3. Olivares-Navarrete R, Gittens RA, Schneider JM, Hyzy SL, Haithcock DA, Ullrich PF, Schwartz Z, and Boyan BD. Osteoblasts exhibit a more differentiated phenotype and increased bone morphogenetic protein production on titanium alloy substrates than on poly-ether-ether-ketone. The Spine Journal 12 (2012): 265-272.
  4. Lincks J, Boyan BD, Blanchard CR, Lohmann CH, Liu Y, Cochran DL, Dean DD, and Schwartz Z. Response of MG63 osteoblast-like cells to titanium and titanium alloy is dependent on surface roughness and composition. Biomaterials 19 (1998): 2219-2232.
 
 

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