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April 26, 2017

Nexxt Spine, LLC, a medical device company focused on designing, manufacturing and distributing innovative spinal solutions, today announced the full market release of the INERTIA CORTI-FIXX™ Cortical-Cancellous Pedicle Screw System.

Nexxt Spine notes the Corti-Fixx screws are designed to achieve greater cortical bone purchase with a smaller midline incision when utilized in a medial to lateral pedicle approach known as the Cortical Bone Trajectory (CBT).

Corti-Fixx implants and instruments are built upon the Inertia Pedicle Screw System’s foundation and offer an alternative to traditional pedicle screw fixation. The unique dual to quad lead threads double the number of screw-to-bone contact points within the pedicle thereby increasing resistance to pull out.

Andy Elsbury, President of Nexxt Spine, stated, “Trends within the spine market call for less invasive procedures that are simple, reliable and reproducible. The Corti-Fixx screw further differentiates the Inertia Pedicle Screw System and provides multiple solutions for fixation in diminished bone quality through an open or MIS approach.”

 

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