Center Valley, Pa.-based Aesculap Implant Systems launched a warranty program for its Plasmapore surface-enhancing technology portfolio.
Here are five insights:
1. The surface-enhanced interbodies are designed for spinal fusion.
2. Under the warranty, Aesculap will give facilities a device replacement if a reoperation occurs due to a “clinically relevant delamination or the generation of impaction debris or a CT or MRI artifact caused by the device that impedes a physician’s ability to visualize adjacent anatomy.”
3. This warranty represents the first facility risk-share agreement on a titanium-enhanced PEEK interbody in the spine space, warranting against both delamination and visualization.
4. Surgeons have implanted more than 20,000 PlasmaporeXP devices, and more than 20 clinical studies exist on the devices.
5. Aesculap concurrently launched the TSpaceXP interbody system, which is coated with PlasmaporeXP surface enhancing technology.
“We created a program to demonstrate to healthcare providers that we believe in our product, our clinical data and our long-standing experience and ultimately share their goal of a lasting treatment for their patients’ chronic back issues,” said Chuck DiNardo, president, Aesculap Implant Systems.
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