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X-spine Introduces Hgraft Spinal Implant System


11/2/2011 8:46:26 AM

MIAMISBURG, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)--X-spine, a global manufacturer of devices for the treatment of spinal disease, today announced the release of the Hgraft Spinal Implant system to join its growing portfolio of minimally-invasive spinal fusion products. The Hgraft system is comprised of structural allograft implants designed for insertion into the interspinous space for the purpose of creating an interspinous and interlaminar fusion. The system includes a comprehensive instrumentation suite which allows for both lateral and dorsal approaches to the interspinous space, and can be placed with or without an intact interspinous ligament. “The Hgraft system is an ideal partner to our AXLE interspinous and FIXCET trans-facet systems, states Dr. David Kirschman, President and CEO of X-spine, “We are firmly committed to advancing the field of interspinous and trans-facet devices as we believe the future of spinal MIS technology will be driven by these approaches.”

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