Maxtown Medical along side Premia Spine is pleased to invite you to our cadaveric spine training on the ProMIS™Fixation System.
Saturday, August 19, 2017
Location Mayfield Surgical Innovation Center
Second Floor 4020 Smith Rd.
Cincinnati, OH 45209
The program combines a didactic session with hands-on training under the guidance of a visiting surgeon and Premia Spine personnel. Upon completion of the program, you will be ready to use our state-of-the-art systems for your lumbar spine patients.
ProMIS™ Fixation System
Delivers value to patients and hospitals:
- Fewer steps and a faster procedure.
- Less radiation exposure for operating room staff and patients.
- Small uniform skin incisions with the least muscle trauma.
- Sterile implants-More economical reprocessing.
- More economical reprocessing.
Direct Skin-to-Screw Technique:
- Preload your screwdriver with a pedicle screw, tower, and K-wire.
- One instrument takes you from skin incision to final screw placement.
- Less time, less x-ray exposure.
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