DESIGNED WITH PURPOSE
In developing Inset, we strived to create a cervical plate that is versatile, easy to use and fully leverages the benefits of the LES Philosophy for single-level and multiple one-level anterior cervical fusions.
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HOW INSET WORKS
Inset's innovative design facilitates a medial/lateral approach to the anatomy, which allows for a minimal incision and greatly increases the contact between the implant and the cortical bone. Using multiple angles of approach during spine fusion also offers greater flexibility for revision cases if they are required.
Minimal Vertebral Encroachment
Inset is specially designed to be used in revision cases with adjacent disc disease. Its minimal encroachment on the vertebral body gives the maximum opportunity to fit adjacent to any existing plate.
Small Anterior Incision
Inset requires the smallest incision for maximum effectiveness. Its Less Exposure Surgery design allows for segmental adjacent placement for multiple plates through a small incision.
Inset STabilizing shelf
Inset's "shelf" feature rests on the vertebral rim providing temporary stabilization that allows for inserting screws without pre-drilling.
Aligns Perfectly with Arena-C HA
Inset lines up with the Arena-C HA cage in a one-to-one gauge for a perfect match.
Zero-Step Locking Screws
Inset's Hurricane Screws have zero-step locks to prevent screw back-out. As it is tightened, the Hurricane Screw's wings automatically lock the screw in for permanent placement.
INSET ADOPTION DATA
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TESTIMONIAL FROM SURGEON USER
Dr. Mark W. McFarland, DO
Orthopedic Spine Surgeon
The SpineFrontier® Indus® ACP System (Indus® Invue®, Indus® Invue® 2, Indus® Inset®) is intended for anterior spine fixation for use in providing temporary stabilization during the development of cervical spinal fusions. The levels of treatment range from C2 to T1. Indications include symptomatic cervical spondylolisthesis, trauma (fracture or dislocation), spinal stenosis, deformities or curvatures (scoliosis, kyphosis and or lordosis), tumor, pseudoarthrosis, degenerative disc disease (defined as discogenic pain with degeneration of the disc confirmed by history and radiographic studies), and re-operation for failed fusion or instability following surgery for above indications.
The SpineFrontier® Arena-C® Cervical Intervertebral Body Fusion Device is a spinal intervertebral body fusion device intended for intervertebral body fusion of the spine of skeletally mature patients, using autogenous bone graft to facilitate fusion. The device is indicated for use in patients with degenerative disc disease (DDD) of the cervical spine at one disc level from the C2-C3 disc to the C7-T1 disc.