Curettes are used to scrape and score bone in the vertebral body during balloon kyphoplasty procedures.
T-tip or wedge-tip, compatible only with 8ga access tools
Curette with 8.0mm T-tip (A11B), 6.5mm Wedge Tip (A11D), and 8.5mm Wedge Tip (A11E)
T-tip, compatible with both 8 and 10ga access tools
Curette with T-tip (A13A)
The curved needle is designed to optimize flexibility and stiffness, with an open distal tip for precisely targeted cement flow across the vertebral body.
13ga, use with Kyphon™ Cement Delivery System
Curved Bone Filler Device
These tools let you easily collect a biopsy sample after accessing the vertebral body.
Size 2, 10ga
Biopsy Device (F07A)
Size 3, 8ga
Biopsy Device (F05A)
Biopsy Kit (F18A)
The complication rate with Kyphon™ Balloon Kyphoplasty has been demonstrated to be low. There are risks associated with the procedure (e.g., cement extravasation), including serious complications, and through rare, some of which may be fatal.
Risks of acrylic bone cements include cement leakage, which may cause tissue damage, nerve or circulatory problems, and other serious adverse events, such as:
For complete information regarding indications for use, contraindications, warnings, precautions, adverse events, and methods of use, please reference the devices' Instructions for Use included with the product.