ulrich Medical USA receives FDA 510(ok) clearance for Flux-C 3D printed porous titanium cervical interbody

Privately held medical machine firm ulrich Medical USA has been granted 510(ok) clearance by the FDA for its Flux-C 3D printed porous titanium cervical interbody machine. 

Flux-C is manufactured utilizing direct steel laser sintering (DMLS), which is used to fabricate the interbodies in a number of parallel and lordotic choices in numerous heights. The units are designed with a big graft window and a facet window to permit for improved radiographic imaging.

DMLS 3D printing options are on provide at firms equivalent to EOS, an organization that claims advantages of one of these know-how embrace the artistic freedom it permits, which provides the potential for creating particular person designs. 

“Surgeons have many choices for cervical interbodies. The Flux-C porous titanium machine presents among the best at school with superior endplate contact and areas for beneficiant inter-device bone grafting. It’s a welcomed praise to their superior array of expandable cages,” mentioned Patrick Maloney, M.D., the latest addition to ulrich Medical USA’s Surgeon Advisory Board and its lately established Director of Deformity.

Eric Lucas, Ph.D., ulrich Medical USA’s Director of Expertise, mentioned: “We’re persevering with to develop procedural options for reconstruction of all spinal pathologies in collaboration with our Surgeon Advisory Board. We attempt to assist our surgeons and distributors obtain new heights and past with integrity, by way of excellence in design, manufacturing and craftsmanship.”

ulrich Medical was initially based in Germany in 1912 by Heinrich C. Ulrich, and has remained a personal, family-owned firm for over 100 years.

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