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Posterior Cervical Screw System

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Product Description

What is  Posterior Cervical Screw System?

Posterior Cervical Screw System is a medical device used in spinal surgeries to stabilize the cervical spine (neck region) by fixation of the spinal column with screws and rods.

The system consists of pedicle screws, lateral mass screws, hooks, and rods that are used to form a construct to stabilize the spine.

The posterior cervical screw system is used to treat various spinal conditions such as degenerative disc disease, spinal stenosis, herniated discs, and spinal fractures.

The system is typically used in posterior cervical fusion surgeries.

What is the material of Posterior Cervical Screw System?

Posterior cervical screw systems can be made of various materials, including titanium, stainless steel, and cobalt-chromium. The choice of material may depend on factors such as strength, biocompatibility, and imaging compatibility.

What are the types of Posterior Cervical Screw System?

Posterior cervical screw systems are classified based on various factors such as the size of the screws, design of the screws, the type of the rod, and the system’s intended use. Here are some common types of posterior cervical screw systems:

  1. Polyaxial Screws: These screws have a ball-and-socket joint design that allows for flexibility in screw placement and rod attachment.

  2. Monoaxial Screws: These screws have a fixed-angle design and can be used in situations where the screw needs to be placed at a specific angle.

  3. Cannulated Screws: These screws have a hollow center that allows for the insertion of a guide wire to help with screw placement.

  4. Variable-Angle Screws: These screws have a unique design that allows for the screw angle to be adjusted during insertion.

  5. Occipital-Cervical (OC) Screws: These screws are used in the occipital-cervical region of the spine, which is located at the base of the skull.

  6. Thoracic Pedicle Screws: These screws are used in the thoracic spine, which is located in the middle portion of the spine.

  7. Lumbar Pedicle Screws: These screws are used in the lumbar spine, which is located in the lower portion of the spine.

The specific type of posterior cervical screw system used depends on the patient's individual needs and the surgeon's preference.

Product Specification

Product Name
Polyaxial Pedical Screw
Φ3.5 * 10/12/14/16/18/20/22/24/16/28/30mm
Φ4.0 * 10/12/14/16/18/20/22/24/16/28/30mm
Occipital Plate-I
3.5mm Rod
Occipital Plate-II
4/6/8 holes
Laminar Hook
Occipital Screws
Domino Bolt
Lateral Bolt

Features & Benefits


Actual Picture

Posterior cervical screw

Posterior cervical plate


How to use Posterior Cervical Screw System?

Posterior Cervical Screw System is a medical device used for posterior cervical fixation of the spine. The system consists of screws, rods, and connectors, and is used to provide stability to the cervical spine following spinal surgery or trauma.

Here are the general steps for using a Posterior Cervical Screw System:

  1. The patient is placed under general anesthesia and positioned face-down on the operating table.

  2. The surgeon makes a midline incision in the back of the neck over the affected vertebrae.

  3. The muscles are retracted, and the spinous processes are identified.

  4. The surgeon drills holes into the pedicles of the vertebrae, and then inserts screws through these holes and into the vertebral body.

  5. The screws are connected to rods, which are contoured to the shape of the patient's spine.

  6. Once the rods are in place, they are secured to the screws using connectors.

  7. Finally, the muscles are closed over the hardware, and the incision is closed.

It is important to note that the specific technique for using a Posterior Cervical Screw System may vary depending on the patient's condition and the surgeon's preference. Proper training and experience are necessary to safely and effectively use this medical device.

What are Posterior Cervical Screw System used for?

Posterior cervical screw systems are used in spinal surgery to stabilize the cervical spine (neck) after injury or degeneration. They can be used to treat conditions such as spinal stenosis, herniated discs, spinal fractures, and spinal deformities such as scoliosis. The screws are inserted into the vertebrae of the cervical spine and attached to rods or plates to provide stability and promote fusion of the affected vertebrae. This can help relieve pain, improve spinal alignment, and prevent further damage to the spine.

How to Buy High Quality   Posterior Cervical Screw System?

To buy a high-quality Posterior Cervical Screw System, follow these steps:

  1. Consult with a spine surgeon or medical professional: It is important to consult with a spine surgeon or medical professional before purchasing a Posterior Cervical Screw System. They can provide guidance on the appropriate type and size of the system based on the patient's individual needs.

  2. Research reputable manufacturers: Look for manufacturers with a good reputation in the medical industry for producing high-quality and reliable Posterior Cervical Screw Systems. You can check online reviews and ratings, as well as consult with your medical professional for recommendations.

  3. Check for FDA approval: Ensure that the Posterior Cervical Screw System has been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or equivalent regulatory bodies in your country. This ensures that the system has been tested and meets safety and effectiveness standards.

  4. Verify the product's authenticity: Verify that the Posterior Cervical Screw System is authentic by checking for the manufacturer's logo, serial number, and other identifying marks. Beware of counterfeit products that may be cheaper but can be dangerous and ineffective.

  5. Check for warranties and after-sales support: Look for manufacturers that offer warranties and after-sales support for their products. This can give you peace of mind in case of any issues or defects with the Posterior Cervical Screw System.

  6. Purchase from authorized distributors: Only purchase the Posterior Cervical Screw System from authorized distributors or retailers. This ensures that you are buying a genuine product and can receive proper support in case of any issues.


CZMEDITECH is a medical device company that specializes in the production and sale of high-quality orthopedic implants and instruments, including spinal implants. The company has over 14 years of experience in the industry and is known for its commitment to innovation, quality, and customer service.

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