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PATHWAY ACIF

 

Pathway Anterior Cervical Interbody Fusion (ACIF) device compliments CustomSpine’s low-profile anterior cervical plate system. This cervical spacer was designed to offer vertebral support in the disc space while providing generous autograft containment to promote fusion. FDA cleared as an anterior cervical interbody spacer, Pathway ACIF is available in two profiles and a variety of heights to accommodate individual patient anatomy, eliminating the need for intra-operative graft creation and reducing surgery time.

  

 
 

Features and Benefits

Pathway ACIF features:

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System Flexibility:  Pathway ACIF is available in 0° parallel and 7° lordotic implants. Both implants are available in a range of heights from 5mm to 12mm  to accommodate the patient’s individual anatomy

» Easy to Insert:  The toggle-free interface between the implant and inserter as well as the chamfered nose of the implant help facilitate easier insertion of the implant


» Spinal Support:  The large footprint optimizes implant contact with adjacent anatomy to reduce the risk of subsidence

»  Migration Resistance:  Unidirectional teeth resist implant migration

»  Promotes Bone Growth:  A large bone graft window allows generous amounts of autograft to be inserted in the implant facilitate bone growth with adjacent tissue

» Enhanced Visibility:  Radiolucent PEEK® Optima implant and tantalum makers optimize visibility and positioning


Indications for Use:

Pathway ACIF (anterior cervical interbody fusion) device is intended for spinal fusion procedures at one level (C2-T1) in skeletally mature patients with the following conditions:

 
   ACIF Brochure

   ACIF 510k Clearance Letter

   Complimentary Products

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  • Degenerative Disc Disease (defined as back pain of discogenic origin with degeneration of the disc confirmed by history and radiographic studies)
   
  The device is intended to be used with supplemental spinal fixation systems that have been cleared for cervical spine.    

 
 
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