Threshold™ Pedicular Fixation System

No matter what your surgical technique is, the Threshold™ Pedicular Fixation System offers a robust yet simple method of delivering anatomy-conserving fixation.

The Threshold system design provides multiple instrument options allowing for simplicity, flexibility and security.

Implant Features

  • Cannulation accepts a 1.4mm Guide Wire
  • Double lead thread design speeds insertion
  • Up to 63.5° cone of angulation

Instrumentation Features

Screw Extension

  • Four reduction options
  • Open screw extension accommodates varying methods of rod delivery
  • Visual and tactile cues provide confidence that the implant is securely attached to the screw extension

Cannulated Awl

  • Provides initial wire delivery and acts as the 1st dilator, thus removing surgical steps

Multiple Rod Reduction Options

  • External Rod Reducer
  • Internal Rod Reducer
  • Cannulated Rod Pusher

Product Literature

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Threshold Surgical Technique

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OptiMesh is a surgical mesh intended to contain and reinforce bone grafting materials and/or bone graft substitutes in bony voids or gaps of the skeletal system (i.e., the extremities, spine, and pelvis). These voids or gaps may be surgically created osseous defects, natural gaps, or defects partially surrounded by bone, defects created from traumatic injury, or a combination thereof. Adjunct fixation is recommended in cases involving segmental instability.

OptiMesh is indicated for use in orthopedic grafting procedures, including the following:

Lumbar interbody fusion: The OptiMesh 1500 System is used to contain, enhance the compaction of, and stabilize and reinforce bone graft material used in the intervertebral space of patients undergoing fusion to treat degenerative disc disease at one spinal level from L2-S1. For this use, OptiMesh 1500 is to be used in conjunction with stabilizing posterior fixation. 

Thoracolumbar vertebral body fractures: OptiMesh 1500 with allograft is intended for vertebral augmentation, including fracture reduction, for the treatment of painful insufficiency fractures of the vertebral body due to osteoporosis, minor trauma or benign lesions.  

It is also intended for the treatment of painful traumatic vertebral fractures which are either a) clinically stable upon presentation, or b) are surgically stabilized with posterior fixation.

For a complete listing, see package insert.


Percutaneous Interbody Fusion

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Percutaneous Interbody Fusion with the OptiMesh Deployable Grafting System

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Optimesh 1500DS Deployable Grafting System

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Granular Mechanics

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A subspecialty of physics known as Granular Mechanics describes the unique physical characteristics of granular materials.

One useful characteristic of granular materials is their properties change when contained, i.e., flowable (liquid-like) to solid. OptiMesh utilizes this principle.

In an open environment, like the cannulae used to deliver bone into an OptiMesh, the bone granules can flow like a liquid and be pressurized to generate hydraulic-like lifting capabilities. Yet, when a space is enclosed, like the inside of an OptiMesh, the graft granules can be so densely compacted they point load and form force chains, making the graft pack act like a load-bearing solid structure.


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Threshold Pedicular Fixation System

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