iMAS 360TM

MINI-OPEN, MICROSURGICAL 360 FUSION PROCEDURE FOR THE LUMBAR SPINE

  • iMAS 360™ is a mini-open, microsurgical TLIF procedure that integrates advanced implants and instrumentation into the surgical workflow
  • iMAS 360™ allows for anterior and posterior fusion, decompression, and instrumentation through a small midline skin incision
  • iMAS 360™ features the MOSS 100® modular pedicle screw system, the TELIX K® steerable titanium interbody system and the DELTA XS® pedicle screw shank based retractor system
     

PUBLICATION OF INITIAL CASE STUDY

Evaluation of the safety and feasibility of a new interpedicular microinvasive surgical
technique (iMAS) for transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion (TLIF).

European Spine Journal
November 2019, Volume 28, Issue 11, pp 2660–2758
14th Annual Meeting of the German Spine Society

More information can be found here.

iMAS360 Video

MOSS 100®

Pedicle Screw System

  • Screw shank first technique optimizes visibility and surgical field
  • Standard and reduction polyaxial heads
  • Innovative instrument docking feature
  • Friction Fit®  allows temporary adjustment of the polyaxial screw heads for rod introduction
  • Square thread set screw
  • Low profile + small diameter polyaxial head
  • 70° polyaxial motion cone

TELIX K®

Steerable INTERBODY SYSTEM

  • Steerable titanium banana TLIF cage
  • Roughened titanium surface featuring proprietary XRT®  Technology
  • Robust interface of implant and inserter
  • Bullet-nose design allows simplified entering
  • Angulation function supports exact positioning
  • Radiographic groove for lateral view and openings for A/P view
  • Lengths 28mm I 32mm I 36mm
  • Heights from 7 to 17mm
  • Parallel and 5° lordotic profile

DELTA XS®

RETRACTOR SYSTEM

  • Pedicle screw shank based retractor for iMAS360TM procedural solution
  • Improved surgical field and intraoperative versatility
  • Optional distraction of disc space at any point of the procedure
  • Attachment of retractor in clearly defined, simple steps
  • Cranial and caudal blades are attached onto the screw shanks in-situ after screw shaft insertion
  • Cranial/caudal blades can move in sagittal plane allowing for variable angles of access
  • 3rd blade for medial muscle retraction and optional 4th blade for lateral muscle retraction

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www.biedermann.com
 

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