DEVICE: Mecta-C Cervical Plate System (07630030841866)

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Device Identifier (DI) Information

Mecta-C Cervical Plate System
03.71.001

Medacta International SA
07630030841866
GS1
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Unsterile variable self-drilling screw diam. 4x12mm
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Device Characteristics

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GMDN

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GMDN Names and Definitions: © Copyright GMDN Agency 2015. Reproduced with Permission from the GMDN Agency.

GMDN Preferred Term Name GMDN Definition
Spinal bone screw, non-bioabsorbable A small, sterile, threaded rod with a slotted head used for internal spinal fixation by being screwed into the spine to hold plates, or other stabilization device, to bone; it is made of a material that is not chemically degraded or absorbed via natural body processes (includes implant grade metal such as surgical steel, titanium alloy, or carbon fibre). The device is typically used to provide immobilization and stabilization of spinal segments in the treatment of various spinal instabilities or deformities.
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FDA Product Code

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Product Code Product Code Name
KWQ Appliance, Fixation, Spinal Intervertebral Body
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Sterilization

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Moist Heat or Steam Sterilization
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Device Status

In Commercial Distribution
November 18, 2014

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