Welcome to Qualitex Medical, your trusted partner in contract manufacturing for spine implants and instruments. With a steadfast commitment to precision, quality, and innovation, we specialize in the production of state-of-the-art medical devices that cater to the ever-evolving demands of the spine healthcare industry.
Trial & Rasp Instruments
Surgeons use cervical trials to select the appropriate implant size that best matches the patient's anatomy. The trials come in various sizes and shapes, allowing the surgeon to test and determine the most suitable fit.
The primary purpose of rasp instruments is to create a space within the cervical vertebrae to accommodate the intervertebral implant. This involves gently shaving, smoothing, or reshaping the bone surfaces, ensuring that the implant fits snugly and securely.
A Buttress Plate implant is a valuable tool in spine surgery, primarily used to provide additional support and stability to the spinal column. This implant is typically made of strong materials like titanium and is strategically placed along the posterior aspect of the spine. Buttress plate implants play a crucial role in spine surgery by reinforcing the stability and alignment of the spine
PEEK is favored in the medical field due to its excellent combination of properties. It is radiolucent, biocompatible, and has a modulus of elasticity similar to bone. This makes it an excellent material for spine implants, as it minimizes interference with diagnostic imaging and reduces the risk of adverse reactions in patients.
Pedicle Screw Systems
A pedicle screw system is a critical component in spine surgery, specifically designed to stabilize and support the spinal column. This system consists of screws that are strategically placed into the pedicles, which are small bony projections off the back of the vertebrae. The use of a pedicle screw system serves several essential purposes in spine surgery
Titanium implants have become a cornerstone of spinal surgery, contributing to the stability and well-being of patients with various spinal conditions. Their strength, biocompatibility, versatility, and longevity make them an indispensable tool in the hands of spinal surgeons, enabling them to provide effective solutions for individuals seeking relief from spinal problems. These implants continue to play a crucial role in advancing the field of spinal healthcare and improving patient outcomes.
Spine implant caddies, also known as implant trays or surgical instrument trays, are essential tools in the field of spine surgery. They serve the primary purpose of safely holding and organizing spinal implants and instruments during surgical procedures.