• Alta Corpectomy

    Anterior Cervical Spacer System

    ALTA Anterior Cervical Corpectomy Spacer System is a simple and efficient set of instruments and implants that provide the intraoperative flexibility necessary to accommodate the wide array of anatomical challenges consistently encountered when performing a cervical corpectomy.

Implant Overview

  • All Alta Corpectomy Spacers Provide:
    • Four different axial footprint options to accommodate varied patient anatomy
    • Large central aperture to pack bone graft to provide a greater opportunity for fusion
    • Lateral windows to provide additional graft vascularization
    • Tapered posterior edge allows for self-distraction of intervertebral space during insertion, as well as conservation of critical structural anatomy
    • Tapered posterior/lateral faces contour to bony geometry, improve posterior/lateral resection, and increase insertion safety
    Implant Dimensions Overview
    • Footprint: 12 x 11, 14 x 12, 16 x 14, or 18 x 15mm
    • Height: 15-50mm in 1mm increments
    • Lordosis: 7°
  • Surface Options

      • Alta Ti

        • Acid-etched endplates to resist migration postoperatively
        • Acid-etched surface enhances and increases the efficiency of bone growth
      • Alta Ti

        • Acid-etched endplates to resist migration postoperatively
        • Acid-etched surface enhances and increases the efficiency of bone growth
      • Alta HA PEEK

        • HA is fully integrated, not coated, making it available on all surfaces of the spacer to provide an osteoconductive surface for bone ongrowth
        • Unidirectional serrated teeth to resist migration postoperatively
        • Radiographic markers provide fluoroscopic visualization of the exact orientation of the spacer during implantation
      • Alta HA PEEK

        • HA is fully integrated, not coated, making it available on all surfaces of the spacer to provide an osteoconductive surface for bone ongrowth
        • Unidirectional serrated teeth to resist migration postoperatively
        • Radiographic markers provide fluoroscopic visualization of the exact orientation of the spacer during implantation

Instrument Overview

      • Corpectomy Caliper to provide exact sizing of the defect to ensure a proper implant selection
      • Protective matte finish to help reduce glare when utilizing a microscope or headlight intraoperatively
      • Streamlined, efficient threaded interface between the inserter and implant
      • Corpectomy Caliper to provide exact sizing of the defect to ensure a proper implant selection
      • Protective matte finish to help reduce glare when utilizing a microscope or headlight intraoperatively
      • Streamlined, efficient threaded interface between the inserter and implant