The StabiliT® Vertebral Augmentation System

The StabiliT® Vertebral Augmentation System is a fully integrated state-of-the-art system that represents precision-controlled advances in the treatment of vertebral compression fractures.


Unparalleled control in the treatment of vertebral compression fractures

Studies suggest that fracture morphology, cement viscosity, and the rate of cement injection may influence the likelihood of cement extravasation during vertebral augmentation.1

The StabiliT System provides unparalleled control over cement viscosity and injection.


Vertebra access and cavity creation control

  • Use of the VertecoR MidLine Osteotome:
    • Allows unipedicular access to vertebrae*
    • Enables targeted cavity creation across the vertebral midline
    • Spares cancellous bone
    • Creates preferential pathways for high viscosity StabiliT ER2 Bone Cement to follow
    • Maximizes exposed surface area to facilitate interdigitation

*>85% of RF-TVA procedures to date have used the unipedicular technique to enter the vertebra2


Fill control

  • The MultiPlex Controller ensures a controlled bone cement delivery rate to maximize interdigitation and fracture stability


Exposure control

  • A remote-controlled hand-switch minimizes physician exposure to radiation during StabiliT ER2 Bone Cement delivery


Cost control

  • Ultra-high viscosity StabiliT ER2 Bone Cement allows for an extended working time:
    • facilitates the treatment of multiple levels with a single kit


Expand your control

Move beyond the limitations of conventional balloon kyphoplasty and vertebroplasty. Achieve precision handling and optimal control at every step with the StabiliT Vertebral Augmentation System, the most advanced technology available for treatment of vertebral compression fractures.


Hear what physicians have to say about RF-TVA with the StabiliT System

Hear what physicians have to say about RF-TVA with the StabiliT System

 

References

  1. Lador R, Dreiangel N, Ben-Galim PJ, and Hipp JA. A pictorial classification atlas of cement extravasation with vertebral augmentation. Spine J. 2010;10(12):1118-1127.
  2. DFINE international data score. Data on file.