Libra Pedicle Screw System (Prod 160215)






About Libra Pedicle Screw System (Prod 160215)

The Libra Pedicle Screw System consists of an innovative packaging system aimed to reduce handling of the implant and provide terminally sterile product. Reduced implant handling has potential for reduced patient infection. Terminally sterilized implant reduces cost of reprocessing. No surface implant degradation due to repeated reprocessing cycles. Absence of endotoxin or chemical residue build up from regular cleaning.

  • Pedicle screws available in polyaxial, monoaxial, solid, and cannulated versions.
  • Color coded screws
  • Available in 4.5, 5.5, 6.5, and 7.5mm diameters
  • All screws are provided with breakable extension tabs to aid in rod reduction.
  • Dual lead threads with self-tapping design to facilitate insertion
  • Patent pending locking mechanism to secure screw tulip and further stabilize the construct
  • 42-26 degrees of angulation, depending on implant size
  • Increased neck diameter on larger diameter screws for increased strength
  • Conical threads near the neck for consolidated fixation
  • 5.5mm titanium alloy rods available in both curved and straight options
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