It is our ambition to continuously improve the area of spine surgery according to the most recent technical developments and newest anatomical findings. In order to consistently advance and develop our products, we are always in search of the latest innovations. Being a specialist in the field of spine surgery, we offer the complete product line. Our top priority is the quality of our products and customer satisfaction. http://www.evospine.de
MIS Fixator System
The evospine® fixator system is characterized by its special functionality. With just 2 screw variants (mono- and polyaxial) almost every application is covered. All implants are self-tapping, cannulated and suitable for cement augmentation thanks to four large cement outlet holes.
MIS disposable instruments: BAMBOO®
BAMBOO® is a sterile MIS disposable instrumentation for surgeries with the percutaneous evospine fixator system. Ensure maximum safety for your patients with minimal effort. No sterilization of instruments needed anymore. After use, the instruments are simply disposed of or returned to us for recycling if desired. These and many other features are all in a handy 1100g lightweight box.
- PROCESS ENHANCED. IT’S ALL IN THE BOX!
- With the sterile MIS disposable instrument set BAMBOO® for our proven fixator evospine you ensure the highest hygiene standards and avoid expensive sterilization processes. Save time and focus on maximum security.
- The dark gray material is a high performance plastic (polyarylamide) Ixef GS-1022. The material is radiolucent and highly stable. It allows a clear view during the operation. The rest of the material is proven surgical stainless steel.
- The complete instrumentation is contained in a single, 1,100 g heavy and sterile blister. Many of the instruments have auxiliary markings and can be used multifunctionally. The handles are ergonomically designed and can be used both as a T-handle (also as a ratchet) and in a vertical form. Basically, the system impresses with its streamlined and filigree design, which does not interfere with the X-ray process.