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Fortilink®-C IBF System with TETRAfuse® 3D Technology

Ushering in a new era for interbody fusion devices, Fortilink-C IBF System with TETRAfuse 3D Technology offers patients a device designed to participate in the fusion process1,† while maintaining bone-like mechanical properties.1,†† The unique features of the 3D printed nano-rough surface have been shown to allow bone cells to attach to the implant, increasing the potential for fusion in an anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF) surgery.

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    • 3D printed TETRAfuse 3D Technology
      • Participates in fusion1,†
      • Bone-like mechanical properties1
      • Radiolucent
      • Antibacterial characteristics2,††
    • Three radiographic markers facilitate visual confirmation of anterior/posterior position and lateral edges of implant
    • 6° built-in lordotic angle
    • Convex implant shape designed to match contours of endplates
    • Multiple footprints with heights from 5 to 11mm
    • Intended to be used with autograft and/or cancellous or corticocancellous allograft in one (1) or two (2) contiguous levels (cervical IBF)

    † Performance data from animal studies may not be representative of performance in humans.
    †† Lab data may not be representative of the effects with all bacteria or performance when implanted in humans. Staphyloccocus epidermidis and Pseudomonas aeruginosa were subject bacterial strains in this study.

    1. Data on file at RTI Surgical, Inc.
    2. Wang M, Bhardwaj B, Webster T; Antibacterial properties of PEKK for orthopedic applications. Int’l Journal of Nanomedicine. 2017: 12 6471-6476.