K7 Intervertebral Spine Fusion Device Cleared by FDA
K7 has received FDA 510(k) clearance for its K7C Cervical Spacer spinal implant for use as an intervertebral body fusion device.
The K7C uses VESTAKEEP PEEK material for durability. It is one of the first PEEK-based spinal fusion medical devices to gain FDA approval, according to the release.
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