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Tyber Medical Launches Lateral Plate

Tyber Medical
Posted on: 27 Aug 16

MORRISTOWN, N.J., Aug. 24, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Tyber Medical, a privately held company focused on developing innovative medical devices for private label opportunities and advancing the science of bioengineered surfaces, announces the commercial launch of their lateral plating system.

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Tyber Medical is excited to announce a product portfolio expansion with a low profile lateral plate including an innovative fixation technology. Through the use of new and patented features, the implant provides three points of fixation in each vertebral body, eliminating some instrumentation required by other systems on the market while minimizing surgical steps. In addition, to reduce the possibility of neurologic deficit, the elegant design of the screw mates it flush with the surface of the plate when locked. The result is potentially the best fixation option available.

"The market for lateral access instruments and implants is one of the fastest growing segments. Companies that haven't already secured their share of the market will soon find it harder and harder to compete. This new lateral plating system, together with Tyber's lateral retractor and interbody product, creates one of the best lateral access systems available in the market today," said Steve Zeiger, Senior Director of Sales and Marketing at Tyber Medical.

According to multiple market research sources, the global market for minimally invasive surgery is forecast to grow faster than any other segment over the next 3 - 5 years. Further, in todays OR, the posterior lumbar business goes hand in hand with the lateral business. The launch of Tyber Medical's competitive lateral implant, complete with a lateral plating system, is very timely considering the inflection point the market is approaching where the utilization of other approaches to the lumbar spine is reported to be stabilizing or even shrinking.

About Tyber Medical:

Tyber Medical, LLC, Morristown, New Jersey, a rapid commercialization device company, is creating new pathways to regulatory approved bioengineered implants and instruments for orthopedic companies, large distributors, and hospital organizations. Tyber Medical designs and develops full class II orthopedic systems; verifies and validates those systems using a QSR and ISO 13485 certified quality system; and pursues and maintains both US (FDA 510k) and OUS (CE Mark) regulatory approvals. Current products include the opening osteotomy system, headless and headed compression screws, snap-off screws, cervical plating system, lateral retractor system and spinal interbody spacers featuring both standard sterile and non-sterile PEEK and TyPEEK®, a proprietary titanium plasma sprayed PEEK. The company is also developing BioTy™, a nanotopography surface modification which limits the adherence of bacteria to implants.  For more information, please visit www.tybermedical.com.

The TyWedge™ System and Spinal Interbody Spacers are made with PEEK-OPTIMA® from Invibio® Biomaterial Solutions.

Contact:
Steve Zeiger
89 Headquarters Plaza North, #1464
Morristown, New Jersey 07960
(866) 761-0933
szeiger@tybermed.com

 

SOURCE Tyber Medical, LLC

For more information:
www.tybermedical.com

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Mike Wood
PharmiWeb.com
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Last updated on: 27/08/2016

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