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REGENT ACP

 

Regent ACP is a versatile anterior cervical plate system that was designed to provide the surgeon with flexibility in treatment options as well as instill confidence that the construct is fully locked and secure.  The low profile plate system features innovative self locking slides allowing the surgeon to visually confirm the screws are locked in place creating a more secure construct.  When combined with either fixed or variable angle screws, a variety of constructs can be created including rigid and semi-constrained constructs as well as a combination of both rigid and semi-constrained.  The cervical plate temporarily creates a unilateral construct to provide stability to the cervical spine while promoting spinal fusion.

 
 

Features and Benefits

Regent ACP plates feature:

» System Versatility:  A variety of sizes including one, two, three and four level plates combined with the option for fixed or variable angle screws allows the surgeon to create a variety of constructs.

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Low Profile:  At only 1.95 mm thick, Regent ACP is ideal for patients with a small spinal structure and enhances patient comfort while reducing the risk of tissue irritation.

» Increased Surgeon Confidence: 
Innovative self locking slides provide the surgeon with confidence that the construct is securely locked.

» Large Range of Screw Angulation: 
Variable angle bone screws provide a range of /- 10° of sagittal angulation from the neutral axis to create a wide range of screw angulation.

» Enhanced Graft Visualization: 
Large 6.0mm wide graft windows provide increased visualization of the bone graft.

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Treatment Flexibility:  A variety of instrumentation is provided for implantation to increase treatment flexibility based on surgeon preference and patient anatomy.  System includes an All-in-one Guide for drilling, tapping and bone screw insertion through the same cannula.


Indications for Use:

The Regent Anterior Cervical Plate System is intended for anterior intervertebral screw fixation of the cervical spine at levels C2-T1. The system is indicated for temporary stabilization of the anterior spine during the development of cervical spine fusions in patients with the following indications:

  • Degenerative Disc Disease defined as neck pain of discogenic origin with degeneration of the disc confirmed by history and radiographic studies
  • Trauma (including fractures)
  • Tumors
  • Deformities or curvatures (including kyphosis, lordosis or scoliosis)
  • Pseudoarthrosis
  • Failed previous fusion
  • Spondylolisthesis
  • Spinal Stenosis
 

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