PRECICE® System

An innovative, market-leading solution to help patients with limb length discrepancy (LLD). The PRECICE system is an intramedullary device that once implanted utilizes an External Remote Controller (ERC) to non-invasively lengthen the femur and tibia.

Clinical Benefits

PRECICE

Through propriety magnetic technology, the PRECICE ERC lengthens the PRECICE device with Precision Rate control. Each patient’s lengthening is customized based on the physician’s lengthening protocol. This customizable programming of the ERC allows for lengthening sessions to be performed in the comfort of their home.

Less Invasive Procedure

Stimulates and Regenerates Bone Growth

Eliminates External Fixation1

Is PRECICE right for me?

If you require surgery, your physician may determine that a procedure with PRECICE is a good option for you. The associated condition and information are listed here.

Conversely, your physician may determine that a procedure with PRECICE is not a good option for you. It is important to discuss this with your physician in order to determine the best course of treatment for you. A procedure with PRECICE may be used to treat the following condition:

Limb Length Discrepancy

Technologies Used

NuVasive offers a full-line portfolio of products for minimally disruptive, procedurally-integrated solutions. Procedurally-based solutions may include:

ELLIPSE_PRECICE_ANT_NAIL_FEMUR_2k
Implant
ERC – Top – Final
Controller
For further information about NuVasive products including indications for use, contraindications, warnings, and precautions, visit the eIFU page.

1. Fragomen AT, Rozbruch SR. The mechanics of external fixation. HSS J 2007; Feb 3(1):13-29.

 

 

 

IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION

The PRECICE® System is composed of implantable nails and screws with a hand-held External Remote Controller (ERC) that is intended for patients requiring limb lengthening of the femur and tibia. Patients with pathologic conditions that would impair the ability to securely fix the device are not eligible.  The most common risks include the possibility of device breakage and insufficient lengthening.  For full Important Safety Information click on Safety Information and Patient Labeling.