The neon OCT includes hybrid occipital plate rods and straight rods, self-drilling and self-tapping screws. It also includes 4.5 mm titanium alloy rods. The device has a rigid and strong construct, which is optimum for complex trauma and tumor applications.
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Ulrich Releases Posterior Spine Stabilization Implant FeaturedWritten by Heather Linder | November 26, 2012
Medical device maker ulrich has released its neon Occipito-Cervico-Thoracic System, a spinal implant system for the surgical stabilization and fixation of the posterior regions, according to TMD.
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