The stability of the implant is supported by simple rotation of the instrument after the insertion of the cage.
Locking cervical cage HRCC® presents several advantages:
Stops on the instrument avoid any accidental nerve compression
Large fusion space
Excellent distribution of impacting shocks
Easy surgical technique
Clear presentation of the container
Custom Bone substitute are available, for easy insertion into the cage
Laser marking on the blade
The design of the cage prevent migration
Easy ancillary container: trial cages of different sizes and unique implant holder with minimum need to educate the staff before using and ordinary sterilisation
Operating in security: stops on the instrument avoid any nerve traumatisation
Very easy system of fixing without the need of handling in force which supports a fixing both for extrusion and intrusion and which allows to adjust the cage if neccesary
Scope control reduced, only 2 scopes: with the trial cage and the cage (visual marking on the cage)
Xray marker on the radiolucent cage
The blade is designed to support primary and secondary stability to the cage. As the cage is radiolucent, the blade can also be used as an X-ray witness.