The company will enroll up to 50 patients at the multi-center study who will be followed for 24 months postoperatively. The pedicle screw system includes standard and expandable pedicle screws and instrumentation necessary for the spinal surgery. The system is designed to provide greater fixation in various bone conditions and facilitate improved bone anchoring.
The system has received the CE mark and is available throughout Europe.
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Expanding Orthopedics Launches Study on XPED Expanding Pedicle Screw SystemWritten by Laura Miller | October 06, 2011
Israel-based medical device company Expanding Orthopedics has launched a post-market prospective study in Europe to assess the usability of its XPED Expanding Pedicle Screw System for spinal fusion, according to an Expanding Orthopedics news release.
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