Peer insight series
For healthcare professionals
Learn from your peers as they discuss personal experiences with different procedural approaches, the application of technology, as well as ways of adapting to the new situation with COVID-19.
Attrax Putty: Matching the ‘gold standard’ in bone fusion
This episode of the Peer Insight series will focus on the recent Level 1 Randomized Controlled Trial, comparing Attrax Putty to iliac crest autograft, the ‘gold standard’ in spinal fusions. Prof. René Castelein hosts this informative and insightful session, in which the lead of the RCT Prof. Moyo Kruyt highlights the key design and significant findings they obtained on Attrax Putty. In this relatively basic line of research, this marks an exciting milestone for Attrax putty and as a result, it is now one of the few ceramics on the market supported by Level 1 evidence to be used as a bone graft substitute.
X360: three procedures, one patient position
Introducing the first episode of the X360-focused sessions in the Peer Insight Series highlighting X360 adoption. In this webinar you will hear Mr. Jake Timothy openly discuss the core values of lateral single-position surgery, and get a better understanding of the X360 procedure and the instrumental value it provides. Mr. Timothy has also invited two X360 adopters—Mr. Navin Verghese and Dr. David Van Schaik—to share their personal experiences implementing X360 into their practices.
Virtual spinal clinics: considerations for developing best practices
Introducing the first webinar in our Peer Insight Series on what to take into consideration during virtual clinics, featuring Mr. Odhrán Murray, consultant orthopaedic spine surgeon at University Hospital Galway and Merlin Park University Hospital Galway, Ireland. In this webinar you will hear how Mr. Murray has used ten years of experience in running virtual clinics to adapt to the current situation with COVID-19.
Reline 3D: powerful and efficient deformity correction
In this webinar, Mr. Stewart Tucker, orthopaedic surgeon at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London, will share his personal experience pioneering the broad applications of the Reline 3D system and discuss how it is designed to simultaneously correct all three planes through an efficient procedure for deformity correction.
The videos included on this website are intended for healthcare professionals. These presentations have been created to further clinical education and development amongst surgeons involving the cleared indications for use for products which are designed, developed and marketed by NuVasive. Any additional information and/or discussion of indications for use that are not cleared/approved by the applicable regulatory agency is strictly prohibited. Any off label use discussion is not endorsed by NuVasive, nor does NuVasive represent that risks have been evaluated for such uses. While these presentations aim to further clinical education, an individual’s surgical procedure and recovery may deviate from what is described herein. Each case is unique and has its own independent considerations. As with all prescriptive medical devices, the user should also refer to the Instructions for Use before use of any NuVasive device.