The unique combination of an anatomically-designed superior endplate with lateral spikes provides immediate fixation strength equivalent to prodisc C.1
prodisc C Vivo incorporates an anatomical domed, superior endplate shape for optimized implant positioning.
The prodisc C Vivo device incorporates an anatomical trapezoidal footprint.
prodisc C Vivo is inserted into the disc space in a single step.
18 options are available to accommodate anatomical variation: 6 footprints and 3 heights (5-7mm).
At the heart of each prodisc device is prodisc CORE Technology, the articulating design feature that incorporates a fixed core and optimized core radius that together provide stability and controlled predictable motion. 4,5
This articulating design feature driving the kinematics of each prodisc device remains central to the reproducible positive clinical outcomes of the prodisc technology platform over the past 30 years.
1 DiAngelo D, Chung C, Hoyer D, Carson T, Foley K. Biomechanical Analysis of the Endplate Fixation Methods of Cervical Total Disc Replacement (TDR) Prostheses to Shear Force Expulsion. Presented at NASS Annual conference. Sept 29-Oct 2, 2021, Boston, USA.
2 Data on file at Centinel Spine.
3 Search performed on Pubmed, Embase, Ovid Medline® covering 1988 – 2021.
4 Sears, R., et al., Kinematics of Cervical and Lumbar Total Disc Replacement, Semin Spine Surg, 2006, 18:117-129.
5 Bertagnoli, R., Marnay, T., Mayer, H.M., The PRODISC Book, 2003.
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