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Moss Miami 4.0 (Small Stature Patients)

ProductsMoss Miami 4.0 (Small Stature Patients)
Company Depuy Spine
Item Moss Miami 4.0 (Small Stature Patients)
Features Low profile design - less soft tissue irritation; thoracic applications. 33% Downsize hooks - greater anatomic fit for small stature patients. Load sharing rod-reduced stress shielding. Dual closure - Secure locking mechanism: 6 points of contact. 12 sided outer nut - Reduced run on the rod / Close proximity constructs are made easier.
Description Moss Miami 4.0 is a universal hook, rod, and screw system designed to treat various pathologies that affect small-statured patients. The Moss Miami 4.0 system utilizes an extremely low profile design that incorporates anatomic hooks, monoaxial screws, polyaxial screws and a dual closure mechanism. The load sharing design of the downsized 4.0 rod allows for either posterior application and restoration of the posterior tension band, as well as a low profile anterior thoracic deformity correction device when used in spinal reconstruction and balancing procedures. Some of the applications are: deformity, anterior surgery (Thoracic), small-statured patients.
Info Depuy Spine
Customer Service: (800) 227-6633
Web site: http://www.depuyacromed.com/

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