Bone Growth Stimulators / Spinal - CMF SpinaLogic

Spinal - CMF SpinaLogic
Spinal - CMF SpinaLogic
Spinal - CMF SpinaLogic
Spinal - CMF SpinaLogic
Spinal - CMF SpinaLogic
Spinal - CMF SpinaLogic
Spinal - CMF SpinaLogic
Spinal - CMF SpinaLogic

Spinal - CMF SpinaLogic

A portable, battery-powered, micro-controlled, noninvasive bone growth stimulator indicated as an adjunct electromagnetic treatment to primary lumbar spinal fusion surgery for one or two levels.

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HCPCS Code
E0748
Key Features
  • Portable, battery powered non-invasive bone growth stimulator
  • Adjunct to lumbar fusion surgery
  • Works with both anterior and posterior approaches
  • Improves fusion rate by 49%
  • Padded with contoured cushioning ensures patient comfort
  • Soft, breathable, medical grade fabrics
Indications for Use

Adjunct electromagnetic treatment to primary lumbar spinal fusion surgery for one or two levels.

Manufacturer
DJO
Manuf. Part No.
01-207-0007

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