Lower-molecular-weight nonionic dispersants, and/or high-HLB ethoxylated surfactants, provide dynamic stabilization
characteristics optimal for milling benefits as well as compatibilization in letdown.
Table 5: Dynamic Stabilization
Market, Global, Revenue ($m), 2003?
The type, incidence rate and time course of subsequent surgical procedures for dynamic stabilization
systerns compared with traditional stabilization systems.
Figure 8-26: Dynamic Stabilization
Market by Segment, South Korea,
Figure 10-4: Total Dynamic Stabilization
Market, Argentina, 2007 - 2017
Figure 6-21: Dynamic Stabilization
ASP by Segment, China 2007 - 2017
Flex(+)[TM] Hybrid employs a unique technology enabling the combination of rigid and flexible parts in one low profile implant --the rigid section of the rod can be used to stabilize a vertebral segment requiring fusion, while the flexible section simultaneously provides dynamic stabilization
TASK 11 - TLIF interbody intended for internal dynamic stabilization
of the lumbar spine and sacral,
TORONTO -- According to Millennium Research Group (MRG), the global authority on medical technology market intelligence, the market for pedicle screw-based dynamic stabilization
systems, already under pressure from the lack of FDA approval for nonfusion indications and 522 postmarket data requirements, will undergo a more significant contraction through 2015 due to the failure of Applied Spine Technologies to move forward with its anticipated spinal nonfusion product, Stabilimax.
Devices covered: Spinal fusion implants (traditional thoracolumbar and cervical implants, nonbone interbody devices (IBDs), machined bone IBDs ((where applicable), and corpectomy devices) and spinal nonfusion technologies (pedicle screw-based dynamic stabilization
systems, interspinous process decompression devices, cervical artificial discs, lumbar artificial discs, nuclear disc prostheses, annulus repair systems, and facet arthroplasty systems)
a privately held company specialized in developing a dynamic stabilization
system for the spine.
To be clinically useful, a dynamic stabilization
device needs to allow the spine to move, but not move excessively," said Bruce Robie, PhD, Vice President of Research and Development for Applied Spine.