The device is designed for insertion of any type of biological product into the dual graft chambers for direct host-bone surface contact. The devised was created specifically to address low back pain caused by facet osteoarthritis and spinal stenosis.
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VG Innovations Releases Spine Device for Low Back PainWritten by Laura Miller | January 17, 2012
VG Innovations released the VerteLoc v2.5, an implant that incorporates a series of holes for infusion of the allograft implant interface during spine surgery, according to a company news release.
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