About Mini-Max Minimally Invasive Access System (Prod 150207)
The Mini-Max Minimally Invasive Access System uses techniques that are familiar to surgeons, potentially shortening any learning curve and reducing operative time. Its hardware and corresponding procedural steps are configured to facilitate greater direct visualization of the spine and easier access to the contralateral side and levels above and below the target level. In eliminating the need to remove the screw tulip head during assembly, the design team sought to reduce fiddle factor as well as the overall number of procedural steps. The system's muscle sparing technique, contrasted with percutaneous approaches that puncture muscle, is anticipated to speed recovery time and improve patient outcomes. The Mini-Max System is intended for use with the company's S-LOK Pedicle Screw System.
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