Life Spine, a medical device company that designs, develops, manufactures and markets products for the surgical treatment of spinal disorders, announced today first clinical cases of the Life Spine’s NAUTILUS Thoracolumbar Spinal Fixation System with Dr. Jose Antonio Canales and Dr. Antonio Hurtado Padilla, surgeons specializing in deformity correction at Shriners Hospital, Mexico City.
The NAUTILUS System has become a core procedural solution for our complex spine and deformity correction procedures. Life Spine has become a valued industry partner, focusing on our patients’ unique clinical needs. We look forward to the opportunity to bring advanced surgical options to Shriners Hospital and our patients,” stated Dr. Canales. “The NAUTILUS system provides extensive and unique tools to satisfy the majority of our complex and micro-invasive procedures.”
The NAUTILUS Thoracolumbar Spinal System is a fundamental part of Life Spine’s full product offering for degenerative and deformity spinal correction procedures. The NAUTILUS Thoracolumbar Fusion System offers a variety of screw, hook and rod options, with specialized instruments specific to surgical correction of sagittal and coronal imbalances associated with deformity procedures.
In support of Dr. Jose Antonio Canales and Dr. Antonio Hurtado Padilla, Life Spine will be attending the 19th Annual National AMCICO Congress for the first time, September 13-16, 2018, in Cancun, Mexico, at booth #18 with the full line of procedural solutions, including the NAUTILUS Thoracolumbar Spinal System.