This study, performed in Switzerland with the aim to compare the mechanical performance of different innovative set screw tightening technologies, published in “Orthopaedics & Traumatology: Surgery and research” shows that Neo´s new controlled fixation tightening technology improves the correction potential and the tightening of our unique pedicle screw system over current technologies.
In a nutshell the authors, Prof. Ardura (Spain), David Chenaux (Switzerland), Prof. Pascal-Moussellard (France), and Prof. Hessmann (Germany), conclude that NEO MEDICAL unique “technology shows significantly better construct alignment and stability under constraint with axial gripping forces being about 40% higher in comparison to the flat screw technology” which is being widely used currently on the market.
Orthopaedics & Traumatology: Surgery & Research is the official journal of the French Society for Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology (SoFCOT), a peer-reviewed medical journal publishes original scientific work related to all domains oforthopaedics. The impact factor is 1.809.
Neo’s integrated spine technology platforms is designed to prevent Implant Failures & Screw Loosening across various thoracolumbar indications.