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Anterior Cervical Interbody Fusion System

nvc Anterior Cervical Interbody Fusion System

The nvc is a PEEK interbody spacer 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 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 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.

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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 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 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 Interbody Fusion System

The nvc is an intervertebral body fusion device 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 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 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

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 spine 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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