The inViZia System is designed for anterior screw fixation of the cervical spine. The system is intended for use in the temporary stabilization of the anterior spine during the development of cervical spinal fusions in patients with degenerative disc disease, trauma, tumors, deformity, pseudoarthrosis and failed previous fusions.
"Through our Trinica® Anterior Cervical Plate System family, Zimmer Spine has long delivered industry-leading cervical plate systems," said
Building on the success of Zimmer Spine's Trinica family of anterior cervical plates, the new system incorporates true self-drilling screws which have been shown to eliminate the need for drilling, and the Secure-Twist® Locking Mechanism, which offers visual and tactile confirmation of screw locking.
For more information on Zimmer Spine and the inViZia Anterior Cervical Plate System, visit Zimmer Spine's booth at the NASS Annual Meeting.
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The inViZia™ Anterior Cervical Plate System and the Trinica® Anterior Cervical Plate System incorporate technology developed by
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