Stryker’s Spine Division To Feature Novel 3D-Printed Spinal Implants at AAOS Conference

New Tritanium PL Cage sizes to be introduced Virtual reality experience will showcase “precisely randomized” pore structure designed to mimic cancellous bone1 Results of pre-clinical animal study comparing performance ofporous Titanium (Tritanium), Titanium plasma-sprayed PEEK, and PEEK technologies to be presented Allendale, N.J.—March 8, 2017—Stryker’s Read More »

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Stryker’s Spine Division To Showcase 3D-Printed Spinal Implant in a Unique Virtual Reality Experience

Tritanium® Posterior Lumbar Cage To Be Demonstrated at NASS 2016 Allendale, N.J.—Oct. 20, 2016—Stryker’s Spine division will demonstrate its 3D-printed Tritanium Posterior Lumbar (PL) Cage, an interbody fusion device designed to aid in lumbar spinal fixation for patients with degenerative disc disease, including up to Read More »

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Stryker’s Spine Division Debuts 3D-Printed Tritanium® Posterior Lumbar Cage at AANS Meeting

This Proprietary Tritanium Technology, in Spinal Applications, Is Designed for Bone In-Growth & Enhanced Biological Fixation Allendale, New Jersey, USA – April 29, 2016 – Stryker’s Spine division will introduce the Tritanium Posterior Lumbar (PL) Cage, a 3D-printed intervertebral body fusion device that aids in lumbar Read More »

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