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Mendec® Spine

Mendec® Spine is an acrylic resin specifically developed for an optimal vertebral injection.

Mendec Spine Resin

Benefits
Accessories
    • Ease to use
    • Optimal fluidity for an easy and fast application
    • Proven viscosity for an excellent control during injection phase
    • Immediate visualisation of the injected resin, thanks to the high content of microdispersed and no sedimentable USP-grade barium sulphate
    • Adequate volume and working time for one or more injections
    • Pre-measured single dose package ensures an injectable mass of about 22cc
    • Excellent compression resistance
  • Needle for vertebroplaty
    See "Needles"

Related content / Publications

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Authors: Anselmetti GC, Manca A, Kanika K, Murphy K, Eminefendic H, Masala S, Regge D.
Publication date: March 2009

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CT-guided percutaneous vertebroplasty: personal experience in the treatment of osteoporotic fractures and dorsolumbar metastases. Radiol Med. 2008 Feb;113(1):114-33. Epub 2008 Feb 25. English, Italian.

Authors: Caudana R, Renzi Brivio L, Ventura L, Aitini E, Rozzanigo U, Barai G.
Publication date: February 2008

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Percutaneous vertebroplasty in vertebral compression fractures of benign or malignant origin: a prospective study of 1188 patients with follow-up of 12 months. Dtsch Arztebl Int. 2011 May;108(19):331-8. Epub 2011 May 13.

Authors: Mpotsaris A, Abdolvahabi R, Hoffleith B, Nickel J, Harati A, Loehr C, Gerdes CH, Hennigs S, Weber W.
Publication date: May 2011

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