BacFix system

BacFix® system

A proprietary (Spinal Concepts) titanium hook, rod, and screw system for posterior fixation of an unstable thoracolumbar spine.
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In particular, this new product, used in conjunction with our BacFix System, allows us to address the interbody and posterior hardware needs of spinal surgeons.
The BacFix system is distributed by Kotobuki Ika Shoji Company, Ltd (KISCO) located on Osaka, Japan.
The titanium BacFix system features a snap-lock connector that is pre-assembled with the fixation component prior to implantation eliminating any intraoperative assembly.
Company officials report that the BacFix system was implanted on October 4, 1999 by Shigeo Sano, MD, of Sanraku Hospital in Tokyo.
The titanium BacFix system features a snap-lock connector that is pre- assembled with the fixation component prior to implantation eliminating any intraoperative assembly.
The pre-market clearance expands the use of the BacFix system to provide immobilization and stabilization of spinal segments in skeletally mature patients as an adjunct to fusion in the treatment of acute and chronic instabilities or deformities of the thoracic, lumbar and sacral spine.
Spinal Concepts receipt of FDA pre-market clearance for expanded pedicle screw use comes at a time of tremendous growth in sales for the BacFix system.
The titanium BacFix System was designed specifically for posterior correction and fixation of the thoracolumbar spine.
The Spinal Concepts' titanium BacFix System is the first posterior hook, rod, and screw system to provide the spinal surgeon with a simplified system that addresses current concerns of cross-threading fasteners, intraoperative assembly time, and minimal instrumentation.