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edThe Making of a Surgical Instrument

Symmetry Surgical has a dedicated facility and team in Tuttlingen, Germany, the global center for high-quality surgical instrument manufacturers. The instruments are manufactured in conformance with proven processes that combine the latest technologies with the time-honored traditions that are the foundation of the craft of instrument manufacturing.
Well-trained and experienced surgical instrument makers produce the instruments by hand. Masters in their profession, instrument makers fine-tune each instrument before it is shipped to our inspection and receiving site, where each receives a thorough review for quality and fine craftsmanship.

FlashPak®
Symmetry Surgical’s Flashpak® is the first name
in immediate-use sterilization.
• Hospital-proven mobile sterile field
• Closed system
• Fully automatic operation
• Meets all standards for immediate-use sterilization
• Differentiated appearance meets
AORN and AAMI standards

Female Catheter

CODE DESCRIPTION LENGTH CODE DESCRIPTION LENGTH
51-7110 10 French 6 1⁄8 in 15.5 cm 51-7114 14 French 6 1⁄8 in 15.5 cm
51-7112 12 French 6 1⁄8 in 15.5 cm 51-7116 16 French 6 1⁄8 in 15.5 cm

 

 

 

 

 

Walther Female Dilator-Catheter

CODE DESCRIPTION LENGTH CODE DESCRIPTION LENGTH
29-3312 12 French 5 1⁄4 in 13.5 cm 29-3326 26 French 5 1⁄4 in 13.5 cm
29-3314 14 French 5 1⁄4 in 13.5 cm 29-3328 28 French 5 1⁄4 in 13.5 cm
29-3316 16 French 5 1⁄4 in 13.5 cm 29-3330 30 French 5 1⁄4 in 13.5 cm
29-3318 18 French 5 1⁄4 in 13.5 cm 29-3332 32 French 5 1⁄4 in 13.5 cm
29-3320 20 French 5 1⁄4 in 13.5 cm 29-3334 34 French 5 1⁄4 in 13.5 cm
29-3322 22 French 5 1⁄4 in 13.5 cm 29-3336 36 French 5 1⁄4 in 13.5 cm
29-3324 24 French 5 1⁄4 in 13.5 cm 29-3338 38 French 5 1⁄4 in 13.5 cm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Guyon Catheter Guide

CODE DESCRIPTION
51-7530 9 French, Curved

 

 

 

Van Buren Catheter Guide

CODE DESCRIPTION
51-7510 8 French, Straight

 

 

 

Clamps

Herrick Kidney Clamp

Double-Angled Jaws, Longitudinal Serrations

 

CODE DESCRIPTION LENGTH
51-5735 Kidney Clamp 9 in 23 cm

 

 

 

McDougal Prostatectomy Clamp

CODE DESCRIPTION LENGTH
51-5705 Left-Angled 10 in 25 cm
51-5706 Right-Angled 10 in 25 cm

 

 

 

Wertheim-Cullen Kidney Clamp

Right-Angled Jaws, Longitudinal Serrations

CODE DESCRIPTION LENGTH
51-5775 Kidney Clamp 8 1⁄2 in 21.5 cm

 

 

Zipser Penile Meatus Clamp

CODE DESCRIPTION
51-9777 Penile Meatus Clamp

 

 

Forceps, Retractors & Urethrotome Sets

Randall Kidney Stone Forceps

CODE DESCRIPTION LENGTH CODE DESCRIPTION LENGTH
51-5801 #1, Quarter Curve 9 in 23 cm 51-5803 #3, Three-Quarter Curve 9 in 23 cm
51-5802 #2, Half Curve 9 in 23 cm 51-5804 #4, Full Curve 9 in 23 cm

 

 

 

 

Gilvernet Renal Retractor

CODE DESCRIPTION LENGTH CODE DESCRIPTION LENGTH
5150-A 9.0 mm 11 1⁄4 in 28.5 cm 5150-C 15 mm 11 1⁄4 in 28.5 cm
5150-B 11 mm 11 1⁄4 in 28.5 cm 5150-D 18 mm 11 1⁄4 in 28.5 cm

 

 

 

 

Otis Urethrotome Set, Straight

 

CODE DESCRIPTION CODE DESCRIPTION
51-7902 Dilator Set 51-7905 Dilator Only
51-7910 Blade Only

 

 

 

Sounds

Lefort Urethral Sound

 

 

CODE DESCRIPTION LENGTH CODE DESCRIPTION LENGTH
51-7008 8 French 11 in 28 cm 51-7020 20 French 11 in 28 cm
51-7010 10 French 11 in 28 cm 51-7022 22 French 11 in 28 cm
51-7012 12 French 11 in 28 cm 51-7024 24 French 11 in 28 cm
51-7014 14 French 11 in 28 cm 51-7026 26 French 11 in 28 cm
51-7016 16 French 11 in 28 cm 51-7028 28 French 11 in 28 cm
51-7018 18 French 11 in 28 cm 51-7030 30 French 11 in 28 cm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

McCrea Infant Urethral Sound, Curved

Plain Tip Also Used as Female Sounds

 

CODE DESCRIPTION LENGTH CODE DESCRIPTION LENGTH
51-6808 8 French 7 1⁄4 in 18.5 cm 51-6824 24 French 7 1⁄4 in 18.5 cm
51-6810 10 French 7 1⁄4 in 18.5 cm 51-6826 26 French 7 1⁄4 in 18.5 cm
51-6812 12 French 7 1⁄4 in 18.5 cm 51-6828 28 French 7 1⁄4 in 18.5 cm
51-6814 14 French 7 1⁄4 in 18.5 cm 51-6830 30 French 7 1⁄4 in 18.5 cm
51-6816 16 French 7 1⁄4 in 18.5 cm 51-6832 32 French 7 1⁄4 in 18.5 cm
51-6818 18 French 7 1⁄4 in 18.5 cm 51-6834 34 French 7 1⁄4 in 18.5 cm
51-6820 20 French 7 1⁄4 in 18.5 cm 51-6836 36 French 7 1⁄4 in 18.5 cm
51-6822 22 French 7 1⁄4 in 18.5 cm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Van Buren Urethral Sound, Curved

 

CODE DESCRIPTION LENGTH CODE DESCRIPTION LENGTH
51-6308 8 French 10 3⁄4 in 27 cm 51-6324 24 French 10 3⁄4 in 27 cm
51-6310 10 French 10 3⁄4 in 27 cm 51-6326 26 French 10 3⁄4 in 27 cm
51-6312 12 French 10 3⁄4 in 27 cm 51-6328 28 French 10 3⁄4 in 27 cm
51-6314 14 French 10 3⁄4 in 27 cm 51-6330 30 French 10 3⁄4 in 27 cm
51-6316 16 French 10 3⁄4 in 27 cm 51-6332 32 French 10 3⁄4 in 27 cm
51-6318 18 French 10 3⁄4 in 27 cm 51-6334 34 French 10 3⁄4 in 27 cm
51-6320 20 French 10 3⁄4 in 27 cm 51-6336 36 French 10 3⁄4 in 27 cm
51-6322 22 French 10 3⁄4 in 27 cm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Van Buren Urethral Sound Set, Curved

 

CODE DESCRIPTION LENGTH SET CODE DESCRIPTION LENGTH SET
51-6355 8–30 French 10 3⁄4 in 27 cm 12/Set 51-6350 14–24 French 10 3⁄4 in 27 cm 6/Set

 

 

 

 

Walther Urethral Sound

CODE DESCRIPTION LENGTH CODE DESCRIPTION LENGTH
29-1816 16 French 11 1⁄4 in 28.5 cm 29-1826 26 French 11 1⁄4 in 28.5 cm
29-1818 18 French 11 1⁄4 in 28.5 cm 29-1828 28 French 11 1⁄4 in 28.5 cm
29-1820 20 French 11 1⁄4 in 28.5 cm 29-1830 30 French 11 1⁄4 in 28.5 cm
29-1822 22 French 11 1⁄4 in 28.5 cm 29-1832 32 French 11 1⁄4 in 28.5 cmcm
29-1824 24 French 11 1⁄4 in 28.5 cm 29-1834 34 French 11 1⁄4 in 28.5 cm

Lumbar Wand

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wwRecommended Wand:

Perc DLR or Perc DLG SpineWand

Preparation for Use:

The operator should be experienced in general and electrosurgical spinal surgery. Additional training from a company representative on the use of the SpineWands and the ArthroCare® System 2000 is recommended.

Equipment Preparation:

Materials Needed:

  • C-arm fluoroscope with image intensification
  • ArthroCare System 2000 Controller with foot control
  • ArthroCare Patient Cable (Note: see Instructions For Use for sterilization instructions)
  • Select appropriate Convenience Pack:
    • DLR Pack contains DLR SpineWand and 17-gauge x 6” sterile Crawford needle with stylet
    • DLG Pack contains DLG SpineWand and 17-gauge x 8” sterile Crawford needle with styletl
    • ArthroCare Patient Cable (Note: see Instructions For Use for sterilization instructions)
    • Recommended use is one Crawford needle per spine level

Setup:

  • Connect the power cord to the controller and outlet
  • Connect the foot control to the controller
  • Deliver the 17-gauge Crawford needle to the sterile field
  • Deliver the SpineWand and patient cable to the sterlie field
  • Connect the patient cable to the controller, aligning the respective dots
  • Connect the patient cable to the SpineWand extension cable, aligning the respective dots
  • Set Controller to power level 2

Patient Preparation:

  • Prepare the patient pre-operatively according to standard procedures

First time users should verify SpineWand/needle orientation

  • Prior to inserting the needle into the patient, the stylet should be removed and the SpineWand inserted.
  • Advance the SpineWand through the needle until the distal end of the reference mark is positioned at the proximal edge of the needle hub (illustration 1a). This is the proximal limit for creating Coblation channels.
  • The active section of the SpineWand tip will be outside the tip of the needle (illustration 1b).
  • Remove the SpineWand from the needle, and re-insert the stylet.

Use a standard posterior-lateral surgical approach

NOTE: Recommended use is one Crawford needle per spine level

  • During insertion of the access needle, target the center of the disc in both the coronal and sagittal planes.
  • Using fluoroscopic imaging, confirm proper needle placement using A/P and lateral views (illustration 2). Use 6˝ or 8˝ Crawford needle, 17 gauge, supplied with convenience pack.

CAUTION: Special care must be taken (clear fluoroscopic imaging of the SpineWand tip) to avoid ablating too deeply into the tissue or against vertebral body endplates.

 

Insert DLR or DLG SpineWand under fl uoroscopic guidance

  • Introduce the SpineWand into the access needle, advance the reference mark to the needle hub, then stop. This assures the active section of the SpineWand is deployed in the tissue (illustration 3).
  • Retract the needle and SpineWand approximately 2 mm (Illustration 4a).
  • Note the location of the reference mark on the shaft of the SpineWand (Illustration 4b). This mark identifies your proximal channel limit.
  • Using blunt dissection, advance the tip of the SpineWand into the target tissue. Stop when the SpineWand tip reaches the distal limit (Illustration 5a).
  • Squeeze the wings of the depth gauge on the shaft of the SpineWand, and advance the depth gauge down the shaft to the proximal end of the needle hub (Illustration 5b). This is the distal limit for creating
    Coblation channels.

NOTE: If the SpineWand handle reaches the needle hub before the SpineWand tip reaches the distal limit, the SpineWand handle will serve as the depth gauge.

  • Withdraw the SpineWand to the reference mark (Illustrations 1a and 4b). You are now ready to begin Coblation channeling.

After confirming desired placement, create Coblation channels in the following sequence:

WARNING: If nerve root or spinal cord come into direct contact with the tip of the SpineWand during ablation, then serious nerve injury may result.

  • Orient the DOT on the SpineWand’s handle to the “12 o’clock” position (Illustration 5c).
  • Using the ablation mode, advance the SpineWand to the pre-determined depth.
  • Stop advancing the SpineWand, and cease ablation, at the depth gauge.
  • Withdraw the SpineWand.
  • Stop withdrawing the SpineWand when the reference mark is adjacent to the needle hub.
  • Rotate the SpineWand’s handle until the DOT is at the “2 o’clock” position, and repeat steps 4b through 4e.
  • Create additional channels at the 4, 6, 8, and “10 o’clock” positions (Illustration 6).

After the Coblation channels have been created, withdraw the SpineWand from the needle, and then withdraw the needle from the patient. Discard SpineWand and needle.

WARNING: Do not withdraw the SpineWand while it is activated.

Follow standard postoperative procedures and shut down system per the Instuctions For Use.

Special Notes:

  • Local anesthesia should be used—to allow for patient monitoring for signs of nerve root irritation.
  • When performing ablation with the SpineWand, STOP the procedure if the patient complains of sudden onset of pain, then:
    • Closely examine the A/P and lateral views under fl uoroscopy.
    • Confi rm proper placement of cannula tip within the target tissue.
    • Do not continue until proper placement of the SpineWand’s tip has been confi rmed.
  • When subsequently using ablation with the SpineWand, if the patient again complains of sudden onset of pain, you must END the procedure.
  • Refer to the Perc-DLR/Perc-DLG SpineWand Instructions For Use for a more comprehensive listing of Warnings and Precautions.

 

SpineWand Specifi cations:
PERC DLR PERC DLG
ANGLE: 8° & 4° 8° & 4°
SHAFT DIAMETER: 1.07 mm / .043 inches 1.07 mm / .043 inches
WORKING LENGTH: 157 mm / 6.20 inches 208 mm / 8.20 inches
DESIGN: Bipolar multi-electrode Bipolar multi-electrode
Convenience Pack:
CATALOG NUMBER: K 7920-01 K 7925-01
INCLUDES: Perc DLR SpineWand and Crawford needle, 17 gauge x 6˝, sterile Perc DLG SpineWand and Crawford needle, 17 gauge x 8˝, sterile

Cervical Wand

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Recommended Wand:
cvPerc DC SpineWand
Preparation for Use:

The operator should be experienced in general and electrosurgical spinal surgery. Additional training from a company representative on the use of the SpineWands and the ArthroCare® System 2000 is recommended.

Equipment Preparation:
Materials Needed:

  • C-arm fluoroscope with image intensification
  • ArthroCare System 2000 Controller with foot control
  • ArthroCare Patient Cable (Note: see Instructions For Use for sterilization instructions)
  • Convenience Pack:
  • Includes DC SpineWand and 19-gauge x 3” sterile introducer needle
    with trocar tip stylet
  • Recommended use is one needle per spine level

Setup:

    • Connect the power cord to the controller and outlet
    • Connect the foot control to the controller
    • Deliver the 19 gauge introducer needle to the sterile field
    • Deliver the SpineWand and the patient cable to the sterile field
    • Connect the patient cable to the controller, aligning the respective dots
    • Connect the patient cable to the SpineWand extension cable, aligning
      the respective dots
    • Set the controller to power level 2

Patient Preparation:

  • Prepare the patient pre-operatively according to standard procedures

Use a standard anterior-lateral surgical approach

NOTE:

  • Tighten lure lock on cervical needle and stylet
    before insertion to avoid stylet push back.
  • Recommended use is one introducer needle
    per spine level.
  1. During insertion of the access needle, target the tip of the stylet to the center of the nucleus in both the
    coronal and sagittal planes.
  2. Confirm proper positioning using A/P and lateral views.
  3. Re-position the green marker on the needle shaft down to skin level (illustration 1).

 Withdraw stylet from needle and insert the Perc DC SpineWand under fluoroscopic guidance

CAUTION:

  • Do not dissect with the DC SpineWand tip
  • Special care must be taken (clear fl uoroscopic imaging of the SpineWand tip) to avoid ablating too deeply into the tissue or against vertebral body endplates.
  1. Monitor the insertion of the SpineWand to the tip of the needle. SpineWand tip extends 5 mm beyond needle tip.
  2. Secure the luer-lock onto the needle hub (illustration 2b).
  3. Confirm the position of SpineWand tip using A/P and lateral views (illustration 3).

Connect the SpineWand cable to the patient cable

  1. Align the dots at the base of each connector(illustration 4).
  2. Directly insert the male into the female connector.
  3. Secure the sterile cable onto the sterile field.

Verify the proper placement of the tip of the SpineWand

  1. Set the controller at power level 2.
  2. Depress COAG on the foot controller for one-half second.
  3. If stimulation (movement) is observed stop, and reposition the SpineWand tip (illustration 3).

While holding the needle hub securely with one hand:

CAUTION: If nerve root or spinal cord come into direct contact with the tip of the SpineWand during ablation, then serious nerve injury may result

  1. Grasp the Perc DC fl ange (illustration 2) with the other hand.
  2. Depress ABLATION pedal on the foot controller for 5-to-10 seconds while rotating the fl ange 180° in a back-and-forth motion (illustration 5).

If additional ablation is desired:

  1. Position needle tip slightly beyond (2mm) center of disc during initial insertion, create your fi rst Coblation zone using steps 5a and 5b.
  2. Retract 2 mm, using fluoroscopic guidance to confirm correct SpineWand deployment.
  3. Confirm new position of the SpineWand tip using A/P and lateral views.
  4. Repeat steps 3 through 5.

After the Coblation zone has been created, withdraw the SpineWand from the needle, and then withdraw the needle from the patient. Discard SpineWand and needle.

CAUTION: Do not withdraw the Spine- Wand while it is activated.

Follow standard postoperative procedures and shut down system per the Instructions For Use.

Special Notes About the Perc DC SpineWand Technique:

  • DO NOT maneuver or advance the access needle with the SpineWand inserted. Advancing with the DC SpineWand will damage the tip.
  • Throughout the procedure, ensure the access needle is held securely in place to prevent needle displacement caused by patient movement.
  • When performing ablation with the SpineWand, STOP the procedure if the patient complains of sudden onset of pain, then:
  1. Closely examine the A/P and lateral views under fluoroscopy.
  2. Confi rm proper placement of the cannula tip within the target tissue.
  3. Do not continue until proper placement of the SpineWand’s tip has been confi rmed.
  • When subsequently using ablation with the SpineWand, if the patient again complains of sudden onset of pain, you must END the procedure.
  • Refer to the Perc DC SpineWand Instructions For Use for a more comprehensive listing of Warnings and Precautions.
PERC DC SpineWand Specifi cations:
SHAFT DIAMETER: 0.91 mm/.037 inches
WORKING LENGTH: 76 mm / 3 inches
MODE: Plasma ablation
DESIGN: Bipolar electrode
Convenience Pack:
TALOG NUMBER: K7910-01
INCLUDES: Perc DC SpineWand and introducer needle with trocar tip stylet, sterile, 19 gauge x 3˝

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ANATOMICAL SHAPEJULIET®AN

The sloping anatomical shape of the device is designed to facilitate insertion and allows 2 approaches: anterior and antero-lateral.

LOAD SHARING CONCEPT

The cage’s slits are designed to enhance physiological compression load. This concept is intended to distribute axial load through the cage in order to stress the graft, creating a better environment for fusion.

 STABILIZING SPIKES

Two stabilizing titanium spikes are designed to improve the implant’s primary stability in the disc space.

COMPACT SET

The compact instrument set includes all the intuitive instruments needed for implantation.

Juliet PO

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ANATOMICAL SHAPEJULIET® PO

The implant’s sloping anatomical shape is designed to facilitate the insertion and to improve the fit between the vertebral endplates.

LOAD SHARING CONCEPT

The cage’s slits are designed to enhance physiological compression load. This concept is intended to distribute axial load through the cage in order to stress the graft, creating a better environment for fusion.

LARGE GRAFT WINDOW

Large graft window to maximize bone growth.

COMPACT SET

Only 5 instruments including “3 in 1” trial implants. Compact and modular set (JULIET® combo set).

Juliet OL

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EASY INSERTIONJULIET®OL

The sloping shape of the device allows an easy insertion in the disc space. JULIET®OL proposes an anatomical or a lordotic version.

LOAD SHARING CONCEPT

The cage’s slits are designed to enhance physiological compression load. This concept is intended to distribute axial load through the cage in order to stress the graft, creating a better environment for fusion.

LARGE GRAFT WINDOW

Large graft window to maximize bone growth.

COMPACT SET

The OLIF set is only 6 instruments, including a “3 in 1” trial implants. A combo and modular set for PLIF, OLIF, and TLIF cages is also available.

Juliet TL

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CONCEPT AND DESIGN

In parallel to the ROMEO® posterior fusion system, in 2006 Spineart developed a range of interbody devices to achieve 360° fusion: the JULIET® interbody system. Named after the William Shakespeare’s characters Romeo and Juliet, the two systems complement each other perfectly.

The JULIET®PO, JULIET®OL, JULIET®AN and JULIET®TL are designed to be used with the ROMEO® system, for a reliable, efficient and easy-to-use platform to achieve fusion. In each product development, Spineart is relentlessly driven by the same motto: Quality, Innovation, Simplicity.

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EASY INSERTION

LOAD SHARING CONCEPT

MULTIAXIAL IMPLANT HOLDER

COMPACT SET

INDICATIONS

The JULIET® range is indicated in following pathologies between S1 to L2:
• Lumbar hernia
• Lumbarthrosis
• Degenerative disc desease
• Spondylolisthesis

IMPLANTS

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REFERENCES
ANATOMICAL CAGE LORDOSIS 4°
HEIGHTS L28
8mm DYN-TL 04 08-S
10mm DYN-TL 04 10-S
12mm DYN-TL 04 12-S
14mm DYN-TL 04 14-S

 

PREFILLED IMPLANTS

 

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REFERENCES
ANATOMICAL CAGE LORDOSIS 4°
HEIGHTS L28
8mm DYN-TL 04 08-S
10mm DYN-TL 04 10-S
12mm DYN-TL 04 12-S
14mm DYN-TL 04 14-S

BONE SUBSTITUTE

REFERENCES
HEIGHTS
8mm DYN-BU 22 08-S
10mm DYN-BU 22 10-S
12mm DYN-BU 22 12-S
14mm DYN-BU 22 14-S

TECHNICAL FEATURES

EASY INSERTION

  • The anatomical shape of the device isj1
    designed to facilitate its insertion.

 

 

 

 

LOAD SHARING CONCEPT

  • The cage slits are designed to enhance
    physiological compression load. This
    concept is intended to distribute axial load
    through the cage in order to compress the
    graft, creating a better environment for
    fusion.

MULTIAXIAL IMPLANTj2
HOLDER

  • The implant holder locking mechanism
    enables to change the angle of the device
    during implantation.

 

COMPACT SETcompect

  • In addition to the TLIF cage compact set, a
    combo and modular set for PLIF, OLIF, and
    TLIF cages is also available.

 

 

 

 

 

 

INSTRUMENT SET

 

instrument set

 

# DESCRIPTION REFERENCE
01 MULTIAXIAL IMPLANT HOLDER DYN-IT 00 01-N
02 CURETTE DYN-IT 00 02-N
03 COMPACTION BASE DYN-IT 00 03-N
04 NERVE ROOT RETRACTOR DYN-IP 00 05-N
05 COMPACTOR DYN-IP 00 02-N
06 TRIAL IMPLANT / DISTRACTOR
/ RASP
DYN-IP 22 08-N
07 INTERLAMINA DISTRACTOR DYN-IT 00 04-N
08 ANGLED TRIAL IMPLANT DYN-IT T4 08-N
DYN-IT T4 10-N
DYN-IT T4 12-N
DYN-IT T4 14-N
09 FINAL IMPACTOR DYN-IT 00 05-N
10 EXTRACTION MALLET LIN-00 00 05-N
INSTRUMENT CONTAINER DYN-BX TL 01-N

 

INSTRUMENT SET

COMBO SET

combo

combo setset

UNIVERSAL TRAY
# DESCRIPTION REFERENCE
01 T HANDLE HAN-SI MD TE-N
02 PADDLE DISTRACTOR
(DEDICATED RACK)
JUL-IN 00 05-N
JUL-IN 00 06-N
JUL-IN 00 07-N
DISC SHAVER
(DEDICATED RACK)
JUL-IN 00 08-N
JUL-IN 00 09-N
JUL-IN 00 10-N
JUL-IN 00 12-N
JUL-IN 00 14-N
03 MODULAR STRAIGHT
HANDLE
HAN-SI SH ST-N
04 SLAP HAMMER HAN-SS SH 01-N
05 COMPACTOR DYN-IP 00 02-N
06 “3 IN 1” COMPACTOR BASE JUL-IN 01 00-N
07 IMPACTION CAP HAN-SS SH 02-N
08 NERVE ROOT RETRACTOR DYN-IP 00 05-N
CONTAINER – BASE JUL-BX 10 01-N
CONTAINER – LID LID-BX 01 00-N
CONTAINER – UNIVERSAL TRAY JUL-BX 10 02-N
CONTAINER – UNIVERSAL TRAY JUL-BX 10 02-N
CONTAINER – UNIVERSAL RACK JUL-BX 10 05-N
CONTAINER – TL TRAY JUL-BX 10 03-N
CONTAINER – TL RACK JUL-BX 10 06-N
TLIF TRAY
# DESCRIPTION REFERENCE
01 IMPLANT HOLDER TLIF DYN-IT 00 01-N
02 FINAL IMPACTOR DYN-IT 00 05-N
03 TRIAL IMPLANTS JUL-IN 00 08-N
JUL-IN 00 09-N
JUL-IN 00 10-N
JUL-IN 00 12-N
JUL-IN 00 14-N
04 CURETTE / CURVED HAN-SS SH 01-N
05 INTERLAMINA DISTRACTOR DYN-IP 00 02-N

SCARLET AC

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SECURED CAGE

The screws allow to stabilize the construct while securing the cage. They are also secured thanks to their SCARLET ACT H05 incorporated locking concept.

ZERO PROFILE

The heads of the screws are completely integrated into the cage in order to prevent from dysphagia.

SIMPLICITY OF USE

The SCARLET® system combines the functionality of an interbody device and the advantages of a cervical plate. The anatomic profile of the implant also facilitates its insertion and allows a perfect fit between the endplates.

TITANIUM 

The titanium design of the cage offers a large graft window and consequently an optimized bone purchase.

TRYPTIK CA

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ANATOMICAL SHAPE OR LORDOTIC PROFILE

The anatomical shape of the TRYPTIK®CA and the lordotic profile of the TRYPTIK®CC are designed to facilitate their insertion and to improve the fit between the vertebral endplates.

LOAD SHARING CONCEPT

The cage’s slits are designed to enhance physiological compression load. This concept is intended to distribute axial load through the cage in order to stress the graft, creating a better environment for fusion.

STABILIZING AND SECUTRYPTIK CA (2)_1 (1)RING TEETH AND FINS

The upper and lower teeth of the TRYPTIK® CC and the fi ns of the TRYPTIK®CA are designed to improve the cage primary stability in the intervertebral space.

LARGE GRAFT WINDOW

A large window allows for additional bone graft placement.

Venaflow AES Stockings

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venaflow_aesHave you heard? DJO Global is one of the largest compression stocking manufacturers in the U.S.

The newest member of the DJO Global family is a leading OEM manufacturer of compression stockings. The VenaFlow AES offering represents more than 15 years of experience in the production and design of Anti-Embolism Stockings.

Designed with quality, fi t and safety in mind, the VenaFlow Anti Embolism stockings are key in preventing VTE. They enhance venous fl ow velocity while keeping patients comfortable during and after their hospital stay.

Indication: For the prevention of thrombus formation.

Features & Benefits

 

  • Interrupted silicone thigh band minimizes stocking slippage without constricting compression.
  • Inspection toe hole facilitates checking the condition of the foot and skin and reduces infection or contamination if ambulatory.
  • Popliteal break promotes free leg movement and comfort around the popliteal vein.
  • Color coded toe provides an easy visual for product sizing.
  • Inlay circular knit ensures proper pressure pattern through the leg and helps prevent slippage.

Specifications

 

Part Number Length Description UOM Size
500R-2 Regular Calf High 12 pair/Pk S
500R-3 Regular Calf High 12 pair/Pk M
500R-4 Regular Calf High 12 pair/Pk L
500R-5 Regular Calf High 12 pair/Pk XL
500R-6 Regular Calf High 12 pair/Pk XXL
500R-7 Regular Calf High 12 pair/Pk XXXL
500L-2 Long Calf High 12 pair/Pk S
500L-3 Long Calf High 12 pair/Pk M
500L-4 Long Calf High 12 pair/Pk L
500L-5 Long Calf High 12 pair/Pk XL
500L-6 Long Calf High 12 pair/Pk XXL
500L-7 Long Calf High 12 pair/Pk XXXL
501R-2 Regular Thigh High 6 pair/Pk S
501R-3 Regular Thigh High 6 pair/Pk M
501R-4 Regular Thigh High 6 pair/Pk L
501R-5 Regular Thigh High 6 pair/Pk XL
501R-6 Regular Thigh High 6 pair/Pk XXL
501L-2 Long Thigh High 6 pair/Pk S
501L-3 Long Thigh High 6 pair/Pk M
501L-4 Long Thigh High 6 pair/Pk L
501L-5 Long Thigh High 6 pair/Pk XL
501L-6 Long Thigh High 6 pair/Pk XXL
501S-2 Short Thigh High 6 pair/Pk S
501S-3 Short Thigh High 6 pair/Pk M
501S-4 Short Thigh High 6 pair/Pk L
501S-5 Short Thigh High 6 pair/Pk XL
501S-6 Short Thigh High 6 pair/Pk XXL
502R-2 Regular Thigh w/belt 6 pair/Pk S
502R-3 Regular Thigh w/belt 6 pair/Pk M
502R-4 Regular Thigh w/belt 6 pair/Pk L
502R-5 Regular Thigh w/belt 6 pair/Pk XL
502R-6 Regular Thigh w/belt 6 pair/Pk XXL
502L-2 Long Thigh w/belt 6 pair/Pk S
502L-3 Long Thigh w/belt 6 pair/Pk M
502L-4 Long Thigh w/belt 6 pair/Pk L
502L-5 Long Thigh w/belt 6 pair/Pk XL
502L-6 Long Thigh w/belt 6 pair/Pk XXL
502S-2 Short Thigh w/belt 6 pair/Pk S
502S-3 Short Thigh w/belt 6 pair/Pk M
502S-4 Short Thigh w/belt 6 pair/Pk L
502S-5 Short Thigh w/belt 6 pair/Pk XL
502S-6 Short Thigh w/belt 6 pair/Pk XXL