We see cervical TDR becoming a standard outpatient procedure, and AxioMed is leading the way with the most advanced disc replacement on the market.
Malden, MA (PRWEB)
February 24, 2017
A study recently published in Spine shows total disc replacement (TDR) procedures can be safely completed in an ambulatory surgery center (ASC) with satisfactory clinical and patient-reported outcomes, when compared to anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF) procedures and previous two-year TDR studies.
Jake Lubinski, president of AxioMed, commented on the recent publication, stating, “We see cervical TDR becoming a standard outpatient procedure, and AxioMed is leading the way with the most advanced disc replacement on the market.”
Lubinski is confident that disc replacement using the AxioMed disc will become a routine outpatient surgery, even for multilevel surgeries. He came to this conclusion after witnessing the first four-level cervical disc replacement using the AxioMed disc, and noted the minimal blood loss, ease of insertion of the discs, and quick recovery of the patient.
“The word is getting out about this disc and patients are receiving this technology in Europe, Australia, and Jamaica. The list of countries will grow…