Occipitocervical Fixation System
The Occipitocervical Fixation System is a posterior fixation system of the cervical spine, from the occipital base to the upper thoracic region (T1). The system was designed to promote stability to the upper cervical region where there are cervical instabilities of the upper spine.
- ANVISA: 80071910036;
- Complete Instrument Set;
- Ø3,65 and Ø4,15 mm screws;
- Monoaxial screw (high mechanical resistance);
- Poliaxial screw with 30º of mobility;
- Cross-link System : axial torsional limiter;
- Lengths from 12 to 28mm;
- Low Profile;
- Ø3,2 diameter rods and lengths from 35 to 200mm;
- Occipitocervical Plates: 3 and 4 holes;
- Plate lengths: from 60 to 140 mm;
- Reverse type screw;
- Rod connectors for extension with the Pedicle System.
- Rheumatoid arthritis; Congenital anomalies; Tumors; Iatrogenic instability; Post operative conditions; Tumor Ressection; High and low cervical fractures;