1
Antoine G Tohmeh: Spinal fusion implant and related methods. Nuvasive, Nuvasive, Jonathan Spangler, January 11, 2011: US07867277 (71 worldwide citation)

A spinal fusion implant of non-bone construction to be introduced into any variety of spinal target sites. The spinal fusion implant of the present invention includes a top surface, a bottom surface, first and second lateral sides, a proximal (posterior) end and a distal (anterior) end. The spinal f ...


2
Mark Peterson, Matthew Curran: Spinal fusion implant and related methods. NuVasive, Jonathan Spangler, October 19, 2010: US07815682 (40 worldwide citation)

A spinal fusion implant of non-bone construction for introduction into any variety of spinal target sites. The implant may include generally arcuate anterior and posterior sides. The implant may also include a wedged shaped distal end which can provide self-distraction of vertebral endplates during ...


3
W Dan Bradley: Spinal fusion implant and related methods. NuVasive, NuVasive, Jonathan Spangler, Jennifer Russell, February 14, 2012: US08114162 (39 worldwide citation)

A spinal fusion implant to be inserted within an intervertebral disc space in order to sustain spinal geometry and promote fusion of the adjacent vertebral bodies.


4
Antoine G Tohmeh, Joseph Clark: Spinal fusion implant and related methods. NuVasive, Jonathan Spangler, Jennifer Russell, Heather Prado, January 7, 2014: US08623088 (6 worldwide citation)

A spinal fusion implant of non-bone construction to be introduced into any variety of spinal target sites. The spinal fusion implant of the present invention includes a top surface, a bottom surface, first and second lateral sides, a proximal (posterior) end and a distal (anterior) end. The spinal f ...


5
Christopher Stein, Seth Gustine: Lordotic expandable interbody implant. NuVasive, Rory Schermerhorn, Jennifer Russell, Bradley Arant Boult Cummings, October 31, 2017: US09801734 (5 worldwide citation)

An expandable spinal fusion implant including a housing, upper and lower endplates, a wedge positioned within the housing and between the upper and lower endplates and a drive mechanism to urge the wedge distally between the upper and lower endplates to increase the separation between the endplates ...


6
Andrew Harvey: Spinal fusion implant and related methods. NuVasive, Jeremy A Smith, Michele P Marron, Bradley Arant Boult Cummings, August 15, 2017: US09730802 (1 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates generally to medical devices, systems, and methods for use in surgery. In particular, the disclosed system and methods relate to an intervertebral spinal implant sized and dimensioned for the lumbar spine implantable via a posterior approach. The system includes an impl ...


7
Christopher Stein, Chad Grant, Nathan Lovell, Ryan Donahoe: Spinal fusion implant and related methods. NuVasive, Jeremy A Smith, Bradley Arant Boult Cummings, November 29, 2016: US09504584

The present invention relates generally to medical devices and methods for use in spinal surgery. In particular, the disclosed devices relate to a spinal fixation system and an intervertebral spinal implant assembly sized and dimensioned for the lumbar spine implantable via an anterior or anterolate ...


8
Ali H Mesiwala: Spinal fusion implant and related methods. Jeremy A Smith, Bradley Arant Boult Cummings, July 4, 2017: US09693876

The present invention relates generally to medical devices and methods for use in spinal surgery. In particular, the disclosed system relates to an intervertebral spinal implant assembly sized and dimensioned for the lumbar or cervical spine implantable via an anterior approach. The device includes ...


9
Antoine G Tohmeh: Spinal fusion implant and related methods. NuVasive, Jonathan Spangler, Jennifer Russell, January 5, 2016: US09226834

A spinal fusion implant of non-bone construction to be introduced into any variety of spinal target sites. The spinal fusion implant of the present invention includes a top surface, a bottom surface, first and second lateral sides, a proximal (posterior) end and a distal (anterior) end. The spinal f ...


10
Mark Peterson, Matthew Curran: Spinal Fusion Implant and Related Methods. Nuvasive, August 25, 2011: US20110208309-A1

A spinal fusion implant of non-bone construction adapted to be introduced into any variety of spinal target sites, in particular the lumbar spine via a transforaminal surgical approach.