ChoiceSpine has announced the launch of an additional 20° lordotic offering for their standalone anterior lumbar interbody—Harrier SA. Harrier SA is a 3D-printed standalone screw-based system incorporating the company’s proprietary BioBond porous structure technology.
According to ChoiceSpine, the system has had great success since launching in May 2021. The Harrier SA System now provides further flexibility to the surgeon community to address different patient anatomies, the company adds.
Keith Clements, ChoiceSpine’s vice president of sales, said: “The addition of a hyperlordotic option for standalone anterior lumbar interbody fusion procedures delivers on ChoiceSpine’s commitment to providing innovative products as the company aims to improve people’s lives with a positive customer experience.”
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