Medtronic Releases CD HORIZON SOLERA Spinal SystemWritten by Laura Miller | January 28, 2011
Medtronic has released the CD HORIZON SOLERA Spinal System in the U.S., according to a company news release.
The product is part of the CD HORIZON family of fixation devices designed to provide spinal stabilization and correction as an adjunct to fusion. The SOLERA is compatible with Medtronic's minimally invasive technologies and can be integrated with the company's navigation systems and NIM-ECLIPSE neuromonitoring system.
The system includes multiple rod material options, choice in rod flexibility and rod strength. The smaller implants can provide the increased room for bone graft required for fusion and reduce impingement on the facet joints.
The system implants include the VERIFYI implant tracking system technology in a manner that meets anticipated FDA requirements for unique device identifications.
Read the Medtronic news release on CD HORIZON SOLERA.
Read other coverage on Medtronic:
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- Medtronic Launches KYPHON Express Curette
- Medtronic's CEO to Retire Next April
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