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Carbon composite technology for spine fusion.

ostaPek® implants introduce high-performance long fiber carbon composite material to spine fusion. Based on fiber pattern design specific to each indication, surgeons and patients can now consider treatment options not available based on traditional methods and materials.

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ostaPek® for the cervical spine.

Trabis™ corpectomy and ACIF interbody fusion cages


Trabis™ and ACIF spine cages have been cleared by the FDA for cervical indication in 2018.


The specific orientation of the carbon fiber bundles allows for thin wall design, unparalleled graft to cage volume ratio.


ostaPek® carbon composite is radiolucent and allows for 100% clear post-operative visual assessment.

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Trabis™ corpectomy and ACIF interbody fusion cages


Both Trabis™ and ACIF spine cages have been in clinical use in Europe since more than 20 years. Safety and effectiveness have been proven in thousands of procedures and described in multiple peer-reviewed publications.


ostaPek® cages are engineered to resist cervical loads from the earliest phases of the fusion process.


Minimum surgical instrumentation is required. Cage inserters are designed to allow for full spatial control during insertion.

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ostaPek® VBR for tumor.

ostaPek® VBR is designed for the most demanding spine tumor cases. The construct is versatile in terms of height and lordosis angle via stackable cages. The artificial pedicles allow a complete reconstruction of the spinal column and protect the spinal cord. Radiolucency of the material makes both radiological treatment and post-operative visual assessment possible.

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ostaPek® for the lumbar spine.

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Interbody fusion cages

The ostaPek® interbody fusion cages differ in shape but follow the same design principles: vertical struts for strength for primary stabilization, maximised space for bone graft, large cage-graft surface in contact with the endplates and design features to facilitate surgical gestures during implantation for each approach.

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GII spinal fixation system

The GII system, initially cleared by the FDA in 1998 in stainless steel and just complemented by the flexStaas pedicle screw, includes orthogonal and polyaxial screws to be combined with either titanium or ostaPek® plates or titanium rods for the non-cervical spine.

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Instruments in the surgeon’s hands.

Only by deciphering the surgical gesture and its aim a functional and effective instrument can be created. Since 1994, ostaPek® product development has moved hand-in-hand with instrument design and exploration of surgical techniques. International courses and discussion sessions are organized yearly.

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