Posterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion System

Small access – large effect

The TASMIN R cage, constructed with PEEK, is small and minimally aggressive on implantation, expanding to its full size in situ

TASMIN R is a refined response to physiological restoration: owing to its rotational technology, it is small when implanted and so minimizes the impact on the ligaments. When rotated 90 degrees in the intervertebral space, it expands to its full size and permits restoration of physiological lordosis, with minimal impact. Due to the lack of ligamentary over-distraction, compression anchorage can be achieved, leading to improved fusion.

TASMIN R is used in combination with posterior stabilization of spinal segments L1 to S1, in the following indications:

  • Mechanical instability
  • Disc prolapse
  • Spondylolisthesis (grade I and II)
  • Degenerative disc diseases
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Prolapse

Product-specific advantages

  • Implantation using standard or rotational techniques
    • Restoration of physiological lordosis up to 18 degrees
    • Ligaments are not over-distracted
    • Improved osseointegration from press-fit implant positioning
    • No removal of the dorsal edges of vertebral bodies
    • Straightforward, low-impact interbody rotation with tapered rotational edge
  • Flattened implant apex
    • Easier implantation with self-distracting design
  • Biconvex design
    • Optimal anatomical adaptation and secure positioning due to a large surface area with vertebral body contact
  • Toothed surface
    • Secure anchoring in the bone owing to high primary stability
  • Open implant design
    • Promoting osseointegration