ulrich Medical USA receives FDA 510(k) clearance of 3D-printed cervical interbody device

December 4, 2022

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According to a company press release, ulrich Medical USA Inc. has granted FDA 510(k), approval for Flux-C. This is a 3D-printed porous-titanium cervical interbody device.

According to the release, the Flux C device’s porous titanium component has large graft windows that allow for better radiographic imaging.

 The main entrance of FDA Building 1.
Flux-C, a porous titanium interbody device made from 3D-printed porous silicon, is available at Adobe Stock

“We are continuing to develop procedural solutions for reconstruction of all spinal pathologies in collaboration with our surgeon advisory board,” Eric Lucas, PhD The release stated that ulrich Medical USA’s director of technology was the spokesperson. “We strive to help our surgeons and distributors achieve new heights and beyond with integrity, through excellence in design, manufacturing and craftsmanship,” Lucas said.