Allograft implants for the upper spine

Synthes Spine designs and distributes a variety of allograft implants processed by the Musculoskeletal Transplant Foundation (MTF). A complete set of insertion instruments are available for allograft implants.

Anterior approaches

ACF Spacer

  • Oval-shaped cortical allograft
  • Central axial canal
  • Available in 8 anterior heights ranging from 5 mm to 12 mm
  • Available in parallel and lordotic sagittal profiles

Cancellous Cervical Spacer (CCS)

  • Monolithic spacer composed of dense cancellous bon​e
  • Anterior cortical portion allows impaction and provides compressive strength​
  • Available in 8 anterior heights ranging from 5 mm to 12 mm
  • Available in parallel sagittal profile

Corticocancellous ACF Spacer

  • Trapezoidal allograft composed of:
    1. Cortical allograft at the anterior portion
    2. Cancell​ous allograft at the posterior portion
  • Available in 8 anterior heights ranging from 5 mm to 12 mm
  • Available in parallel, lordotic, convex and sagittal profiles

Advanced ACF Spacer

  • Trapezoidal cortical allograft with demineralized surfaces
  • Central axial canal
  • Available in 8 anterior heights ranging from 5 mm to 12 mm
  • Available in parallel, lordotic, convex and sagittal profiles

Posterior approach

ARCH ODL Spacer

  • Preshaped cortical allograft for open door laminoplasty procedures
  • Implants sized to compliment Arch Fixation Laminoplasty System 
  • Hole in center for screw or suture to attach spacer to plate.
  • Notched ends to prevent allograft migration
  • Available in parallel and angled configurations
  • Five lengths available for each configuration

 

 


Notes:

The FDA regulates donated human tissue under FDA regulation 21 CFR Part 1270, Human Tissue Intended for Transplantation and 21 CFR 1271, Human Cell, Tissue, and Cellular and Tissue-Based Product. These regulations outline the requirements for donor screening, infectious disease testing, record keeping, and facility inspections. Facilities, including MTF, that distribute human tissue intended for transplantation are not required to obtain FDA premarket approval (PMA), Investigational Device Exemption (IDE) or 510(k) clearance to distribute human tissues provided the tissue meets the FDA’s definition of human tissues as described in 21 CFR 1270 and 1271.

Instruments are Class I devices.

Please refer to the package insert for a complete list of indications, contraindications, precautions and warnings.

For further information on Synthes products, please contact your local Synthes representative.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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 ACF Spacer

 
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 Cancellous Cervical Spacer (CSS)

 
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 Corticocancellous ACF Spacer

 
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 Advanced ACF Spacer

 
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 Arch ODL Spacer

 
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