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Anterior Cervical Interbody Fusion System

nvc Anterior Cervical Interbody Fusion System

The nvc is a PEEK interbody spacer with Structural Encoding® UDI technology developed for use in the cervical spine following discectomy.

Anterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion System

nva Anterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion System

The nva is a PEEK interbody spacer with Structural Encoding® UDI technology developed for use in ALIF (Anterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion) procedures.

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Anterior Cervical Interbody Fusion System

The nvc is an intervertebral body fusion device with Structural Encoding® UDI technology used in the cervical spine following discectomy. All devices are manufactured from PEEK Optima® LT1 per ASTM F2026 and include tantalum markers per ASTM F560 for radiographic visualization.

The devices have multiple footprints to adapt to the general shape of the vertebral endplates and have a hollow centre to accommodate bone graft.The devices are implanted via an anterior (ACIF) surgical approach. Each footprint is available in multiple heights to accommodate patient variability and there are anti-migration features on the superior and inferior surfaces designed to improve fixation, stability and prevent back out.

The nvc is intended for spinal fusion procedures at one level, from C2-T1, in skeletally mature patients with degenerative disc disease (DDD) of the cervical spine.

Download Surgical Procedure Guide
Download IFU

Transforaminal Lumbar InterbodyFusion System

The nva, nvp, and nvt are an intervertebral body fusion device used in the lumbar spine following discectomy. All devices are manufactured from PEEK Optima® LT1 per ASTM F2026 and include tantalum markers per ASTM F560 for radiographic visualization.

The devices have multiple footprints to adapt to the general shape of the vertebral endplates and have a hollow centre to accommodate bone graft. The devices are implanted via a variety of approaches including anterior, posterior, or transforaminal. Each footprint is available in multiple heights to accommodate patient variability and there are anti-migration features on the superior and inferior surfaces designed to improve fixation, stability, and prevent back out and migration.

The nva, nvp, and nvt are intended for intervertebral body fusion in the lumbar spine in skeletally mature patients with degenerative disc disease (DDD) at one or two contiguous levels from L2 to S1 of the lumbosacral spine. The device systems must be used with supplemental fixation and autograft to facilitate fusion and are implanted via an anterior, posterior, or transforaminal approach.

Download Surgical Procedure Guide
Download IFU

Posterior Lumbar InterbodyFusion System

The nva, nvp, and nvt are an intervertebral body fusion device used in the lumbar spine following discectomy. All devices are manufactured from PEEK Optima® LT1 per ASTM F2026 and include tantalum markers per ASTM F560 for radiographic visualization. The nva and nvp systems include with Structural Encoding® UDI technology.

The devices have multiple footprints to adapt to the general shape of the vertebral endplates and have a hollow centre to accommodate bone graft. The devices are implanted via a variety of approaches including anterior, posterior, or transforaminal. Each footprint is available in multiple heights to accommodate patient variability and there are anti-migration features on the superior and inferior surfaces designed to improve fixation, stability, and prevent back out and migration.

The nva, nvp, and nvt are intended for intervertebral body fusion in the lumbar spine in skeletally mature patients with degenerative disc disease (DDD) at one or two contiguous levels from L2 to S1 of the lumbosacral spine. The device systems must be used with supplemental fixation and autograft to facilitate fusion and are implanted via an anterior, posterior, or transforaminal approach.

Download Surgical Procedure Guide
Download IFU

Anterior Lumbar InterbodyFusion System

The nva, nvp, and nvt are an intervertebral body fusion device used in the lumbar spine following discectomy. All devices are manufactured from PEEK Optima® LT1 per ASTM F2026 and include tantalum markers per ASTM F560 for radiographic visualization. The nva and nvp systems include with Structural Encoding® UDI technology.

The devices have multiple footprints to adapt to the general shape of the vertebral endplates and have a hollow centre to accommodate bone graft. The devices are implanted via a variety of approaches including anterior, posterior, or transforaminal. Each footprint is available in multiple heights to accommodate patient variability and there are anti-migration features on the superior and inferior surfaces designed to improve fixation, stability, and prevent back out and migration.

The nva, nvp, and nvt are intended for intervertebral body fusion in the lumbar spine in skeletally mature patients with degenerative disc disease (DDD) at one or two contiguous levels from L2 to S1 of the lumbosacral spine. The device systems must be used with supplemental fixation and autograft to facilitate fusion and are implanted via an anterior, posterior, or transforaminal approach.

Download Surgical Procedure Guide
Download IFU

Anterior Cervical Plate System

Tangis is an anterior cervical plate system for stabilization after cervical fusion. All devices are manufactured from titanium alloy (Ti-6Al-4V ELI) per ASTM136.

The Tangis Anterior Cervical Plate System is a versatile spinal implant system that provides a full range of plate and screw sizes to ensure a better anatomical fit with little or no contouring required. The Tangis Anterior Cervical Plate System is intended for anterior interbody screw fixation of the cervical spine, and features the innovative positive lock anti-migration system, which secures two screws with one twist. Tangis features all-through-one instrumentation, which provides a common guide for drilling, tapping and screw placement

Allograft Bone & Soft Tissue

Forma is a portfolio of human tissue allograft products that include structural bone and a variety of musculoskeletal tissues.

Donor tissue is obtained through a next-of-kin first person consent program with FDA registered recovery agencies contracted with our production partner. These cadaveric donors undergo a series of pre-production serological and microbiological testing, coupled with an extensive eligibility and suitability determination by a medical director prior to release for implant. In addition, the production partner conducts many in-process tests that are congruent with FDA Regulations 21 CFR 1270 and 1271.

Reconstructive and connective tissue allograft selections:
(Multiple sizes available)

  • Allograft Cancellous Crushed
  • Allograft Demineralized Cube
  • Allograft Demineralized Strip
  • Allograft Demineralized Paste
  • Allograft Demineralized Putty
  • Patella Bone Block
  • Iliac Crest Wedge
  • Achilles Tendon
  • Gracilis Tendon
  • Patella Tendon
  • Peroneus Longus Tendon
  • Semitendinosus Tendon
  • Tibialis Tendon
  • Fascia Lata
Download Information Sheet

Protein Preserved Allograft - PATCH

Durable Soft Tissue Covering

Celera Patch is made up of a layer of cuboidal epithelial cells attached to the collagen matrix that makes up the basement membrane and stromal fibroblast layer.

Natural Biological Scaffold

Celera Patch is an Extracellular Matrix (ECM) isolated from placental origin, an elegant model for cellular signaling and tissue formation.

Versatile Surgical Applications

Celera Patch is a versatile product with a variety of potential clinical applications when a biological covering or cell scaffold is needed. The use of membrane has demonstrated potential applications in the following areas:

  • Adhesion Barrier
  • Chronic Wound Allograft
  • Reduce Scar Tissue Formation
  • Nerve Bundle and Peripherial Wrap
  • Periodontal Guided Tissue Regeneration
  • Dermal Burns
Download Information Sheet

Injectable Liquid Allograft - FLUID

Celera Fluid is an alternative in injury and wound management. Celera Fluid is a non-structural decellularized fluid allograft intended for homologous use such as providing a cushion around a tissue. Celera Fluid contains high levels of growth factors and anti-inflammatory Cytokines.

Potential Clinical Applications

Celera Fluid is a unique alternative to invasive surgical procedures with a variety of potential applications that may include:

  • Tendonitis
  • Reduction of scarring
  • Chronic wound covering
  • Soft tissue or bone trauma
  • Localized inflammation

Celera Fluid is processed using an extensively tested proprietary amniotic fluid purification technology which allows for rapid retrieval of fluid without compromising protein integrity.

Download Information Sheet

Anterior Cervical Interbody Fusion System

The nvc is an intervertebral body fusion device with Structural Encoding® UDI technology used in the cervical spine following discectomy. All devices are manufactured from PEEK Optima® LT1 per ASTM F2026 and include tantalum markers per ASTM F560 for radiographic visualization.

The devices have multiple footprints to adapt to the general shape of the vertebral endplates and have a hollow centre to accommodate bone graft.The devices are implanted via an anterior (ACIF) surgical approach. Each footprint is available in multiple heights to accommodate patient variability and there are anti-migration features on the superior and inferior surfaces designed to improve fixation, stability and prevent back out.

The nvc is intended for spinal fusion procedures at one level, from C2-T1, in skeletally mature patients with degenerative disc disease (DDD) of the cervical spine.

Download Surgical Procedure Guide
Download IFU

Transforaminal Lumbar InterbodyFusion System

The nva, nvp, and nvt are an intervertebral body fusion device used in the lumbar spine following discectomy. All devices are manufactured from PEEK Optima® LT1 per ASTM F2026 and include tantalum markers per ASTM F560 for radiographic visualization.

The devices have multiple footprints to adapt to the general shape of the vertebral endplates and have a hollow centre to accommodate bone graft. The devices are implanted via a variety of approaches including anterior, posterior, or transforaminal. Each footprint is available in multiple heights to accommodate patient variability and there are anti-migration features on the superior and inferior surfaces designed to improve fixation, stability, and prevent back out and migration.

The nva, nvp, and nvt are intended for intervertebral body fusion in the lumbar spine in skeletally mature patients with degenerative disc disease (DDD) at one or two contiguous levels from L2 to S1 of the lumbosacral spine. The device systems must be used with supplemental fixation and autograft to facilitate fusion and are implanted via an anterior, posterior, or transforaminal approach.

Download Surgical Procedure Guide
Download IFU

Posterior Lumbar InterbodyFusion System

The nva, nvp, and nvt are an intervertebral body fusion device used in the lumbar spine following discectomy. All devices are manufactured from PEEK Optima® LT1 per ASTM F2026 and include tantalum markers per ASTM F560 for radiographic visualization. The nva and nvp systems include with Structural Encoding® UDI technology.

The devices have multiple footprints to adapt to the general shape of the vertebral endplates and have a hollow centre to accommodate bone graft. The devices are implanted via a variety of approaches including anterior, posterior, or transforaminal. Each footprint is available in multiple heights to accommodate patient variability and there are anti-migration features on the superior and inferior surfaces designed to improve fixation, stability, and prevent back out and migration.

The nva, nvp, and nvt are intended for intervertebral body fusion in the lumbar spine in skeletally mature patients with degenerative disc disease (DDD) at one or two contiguous levels from L2 to S1 of the lumbosacral spine. The device systems must be used with supplemental fixation and autograft to facilitate fusion and are implanted via an anterior, posterior, or transforaminal approach.

Download Surgical Procedure Guide
Download IFU

Anterior Lumbar InterbodyFusion System

The nva, nvp, and nvt are an intervertebral body fusion device used in the lumbar spine following discectomy. All devices are manufactured from PEEK Optima® LT1 per ASTM F2026 and include tantalum markers per ASTM F560 for radiographic visualization. The nva and nvp systems include with Structural Encoding® UDI technology.

The devices have multiple footprints to adapt to the general shape of the vertebral endplates and have a hollow centre to accommodate bone graft. The devices are implanted via a variety of approaches including anterior, posterior, or transforaminal. Each footprint is available in multiple heights to accommodate patient variability and there are anti-migration features on the superior and inferior surfaces designed to improve fixation, stability, and prevent back out and migration.

The nva, nvp, and nvt are intended for intervertebral body fusion in the lumbar spine in skeletally mature patients with degenerative disc disease (DDD) at one or two contiguous levels from L2 to S1 of the lumbosacral spine. The device systems must be used with supplemental fixation and autograft to facilitate fusion and are implanted via an anterior, posterior, or transforaminal approach.

Download Surgical Procedure Guide
Download IFU

Anterior Cervical Plate System

Tangis is an anterior cervical plate system for stabilization after cervical fusion. All devices are manufactured from titanium alloy (Ti-6Al-4V ELI) per ASTM136.

The Tangis Anterior Cervical Plate System is a versatile spinal implant system that provides a full range of plate and screw sizes to ensure a better anatomical fit with little or no contouring required. The Tangis Anterior Cervical Plate System is intended for anterior interbody screw fixation of the cervical spine, and features the innovative positive lock anti-migration system, which secures two screws with one twist. Tangis features all-through-one instrumentation, which provides a common guide for drilling, tapping and screw placement

Allograft Bone & Soft Tissue

Forma is a portfolio of human tissue allograft products that include structural bone and a variety of musculoskeletal tissues.

Donor tissue is obtained through a next-of-kin first person consent program with FDA registered recovery agencies contracted with our production partner. These cadaveric donors undergo a series of pre-production serological and microbiological testing, coupled with an extensive eligibility and suitability determination by a medical director prior to release for implant. In addition, the production partner conducts many in-process tests that are congruent with FDA Regulations 21 CFR 1270 and 1271.

Reconstructive and connective tissue allograft selections:
(Multiple sizes available)

  • Allograft Cancellous Crushed
  • Allograft Demineralized Cube
  • Allograft Demineralized Strip
  • Allograft Demineralized Paste
  • Allograft Demineralized Putty
  • Patella Bone Block
  • Iliac Crest Wedge
  • Achilles Tendon
  • Gracilis Tendon
  • Patella Tendon
  • Peroneus Longus Tendon
  • Semitendinosus Tendon
  • Tibialis Tendon
  • Fascia Lata
Download Information Sheet

Protein Preserved Allograft - PATCH

Durable Soft Tissue Covering

Celera Patch is made up of a layer of cuboidal epithelial cells attached to the collagen matrix that makes up the basement membrane and stromal fibroblast layer.

Natural Biological Scaffold

Celera Patch is an Extracellular Matrix (ECM) isolated from placental origin, an elegant model for cellular signaling and tissue formation.

Versatile Surgical Applications

Celera Patch is a versatile product with a variety of potential clinical applications when a biological covering or cell scaffold is needed. The use of membrane has demonstrated potential applications in the following areas:

  • Adhesion Barrier
  • Chronic Wound Allograft
  • Reduce Scar Tissue Formation
  • Nerve Bundle and Peripherial Wrap
  • Periodontal Guided Tissue Regeneration
  • Dermal Burns
Download Information Sheet

Injectable Liquid Allograft - FLUID

Celera Fluid is an alternative in injury and wound management. Celera Fluid is a non-structural decellularized fluid allograft intended for homologous use such as providing a cushion around a tissue. Celera Fluid contains high levels of growth factors and anti-inflammatory Cytokines.

Potential Clinical Applications

Celera Fluid is a unique alternative to invasive surgical procedures with a variety of potential applications that may include:

  • Tendonitis
  • Reduction of scarring
  • Chronic wound covering
  • Soft tissue or bone trauma
  • Localized inflammation

Celera Fluid is processed using an extensively tested proprietary amniotic fluid purification technology which allows for rapid retrieval of fluid without compromising protein integrity.

Download Information Sheet

About Us

Nvision is a San Antonio-based medical device and biologics company focused on providing surgeons with implants paired with instrumentation and biologics that simplify and improve surgery procedures to help patients get back to their quality of life. 

Nvision is committed to developing and manufacturing thoughtfully designed products combined with exceptional service that keep the patient, surgeons, healthcare providers and distribution partners in mind. Nvision is aligned with surgeon thought leaders, key researchers, and development engineers from prestigious institutions to design, test, and bring to market the most innovative concepts. As Nvision develops its own products, the company has key supporting partnerships to provide a complete array of device and biologic technologies for surgeons and distributors. 

Founded in 2013, Nvision boasts more than 100 years of combined experience and relationships in the industry. 

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News & Events

October 23, 2017

Dr. Hyder will share his experience with Structural Encoding® with spine surgeons from around the globe at the 2017 North American Spine Society Conference.

 
October 12, 2017

Zeshan Hyder, DO, of Bone & Joint Specialists in Merrillville, Ind.; Frank K. Kuwamura, III, MD, of Innovative Spine in San Antonio; and Larry M. Kjeldgaard, DO, of Cervical Spine Specialist in Fort Worth are the first surgeons to implant medical devices with Structural Encoding® technology.

 
October 11, 2017

Industry veteran tabbed to lead Nvision’s next phase of growth and development of surgical device and tissue product sales.

 
September 25, 2017

Nvision Biomedical Technologies is the first company to launch devices with Structural Encoding® technology developed by Watershed Idea Foundry. 

 
September 18, 2017

Fountainhead Investment Partners, a San Antonio-based venture capital firm, has made an investment in Nvision Biomedical Technologies.

 
November 18, 2015

Nvision, a medical device and biologics developer and manufacturer focused on spinal implants, announces its launch with four initial proprietary products for distribution.

 

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