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Intervertebral fusion device
LOGIC™ from Binder Biomedical is indicated for stand-alone intervertebral body fusion in patients with degenerative disk disease, confirmed by radiographic studies, at one or two contiguous levels of the lumbosacral spine (L2-S1). It is designed for use in a direct anterior surgical approach for accessing the intervertebral disk space of the patient’s lumbar spine.

Each implant is designed with a large central window for optimum autograft bone placement. Size offerings range from 10 mm to 20 mm in height, and all devices have an anatomically shaped lordotic angle that matches the convex curvature of the vertebral endplates. The LOGIC devices are implanted into the intervertebral space with three screws placed into the vertebrae through the device to provide stabilization and facilitate fusion. For more information, visit

XLIF stabilization solution
The XLIF Decade™ Plate from NuVasive (
A) is designed for single-approach lateral spinal stabilization and fusion with minimized exposure and includes four points of fixation for enhanced rigidity and load-sharing properties. The product’s improved plate geometry is designed to help facilitate a faster eXtreme Lateral Interbody Fusion (XLIF) technique by reducing the number of surgical steps. For more information, visit

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