ZATH Brand Cervical Interbody Cage PEEK Cage Factory CE ISO

Short Description:

PEEK radiolucent material with a modulus of elasticity between cortical and cancellous bone, allowing load sharing

Large lumen maximizes area for packing autogenous bone graft allowing fusion to occur through the cage

Create additional surface area for bone growth

Superior and inferior teeth provide resistance to expulsion forces, reducing the risk of implant migration

Sterilization package

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Product Description

Tantalum Markers
Allow for visualization and implant placement verification.

Pyramidal Teeth
Prevent implant migration

Large Center Opening
Allows more area for bone graft-to-endplate contact


Trapezoid Anatomical Shape
To achieve proper sagittal alignment

Lateral Openings
Facilitates vascularization

Anatomic Sagittal Profile

Disperse stress to maintain the interbody balance

Restore cervical normal lordosis

Reduce the damage to vertebral anterior edge during implanting

The anatomic design reduce the risk of prolapse





There are several contraindications to consider before undergoing Cervical Interbody Cage (CIC) placement. These contraindications may include:Active infection or systemic infections: Patients who have active infections, such as osteomyelitis or sepsis, are usually not suitable candidates for CIC placement. This is because the procedure may introduce bacteria or other pathogens into the surgical site, leading to further complications.Severe osteoporosis: Patients with severe osteoporosis, which is a condition characterized by low bone density and increased risk of fractures, may not be suitable candidates for CIC placement. The weakened bone structure may not provide enough support for the cage, increasing the risk of implant failure.Allergy or sensitivity to implant materials: Some individuals may have allergies or sensitivities to certain implant materials, such as titanium or polyetheretherketone (PEEK). In such cases, CIC placement may not be recommended, and alternative treatment options should be considered.Unrealistic patient expectations: Patients with unrealistic expectations or those who are not committed to post-operative care and rehabilitation may not be suitable candidates for CIC placement. It is important for patients to have a clear understanding of the procedure, its potential outcomes, and the required recovery process.Insufficient bone quality or quantity: In some cases, the patient may have insufficient bone quality or quantity in the cervical spine region, which may make CIC placement challenging or less effective. In such cases, alternative treatment options, such as anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF) or posterior cervical fusion, may be considered.It is important to note that these contraindications may vary depending on the individual patient and their specific medical condition. It is always best to consult with a qualified healthcare professional to determine the suitability of CIC placement based on the patient's unique circumstances.

Product Details

Cervical Interbody Cage


4 mm Height

5 mm Height

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9 mm Height






Sterile Packaging 1pcs/package


1 Pcs

Supply Ability

1000+Pieces per Month

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