Blazer® Vertebral Augmentation System

Minimally Invasive Treatment For Vertebral Compression Fractures (VCFs)

Blazer-C is a minimally invasive treatment option you can use in the treatment of pathological compression fractures resulting from osteoporosis, benign lesions, or malignant lesions. The procedure usually takes less than an hour per fracture and works under local or general anesthesia so you can use Blazer-C either in your spine specialty office or in a hospital setting.

How Blazer-C Works

Blazer’s Nitinol wire allows you to create a path through the vertebral body bone and provides a cavity for the bone cement. Once the cavity is created, Blazer gives you directional control and provides a predictable cement deposit through cannulated wire.

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The Blazer-C Vertebral Augmentation System

Mechanical Channel Creation

The Blazer-C wire allows the physician to control placement of the device and create channels within the vertebral body where desired. Blazer-C can be used to treat pathological vertebral compression fractures including use in sclerotic bone, blastic lesions and chronic fractures.

Predictable Cement Deposition

Cement flows through the cannulated wire and follows the channels created by Blazer-C providing directional control during cement delivery.

MIS, Unilateral Approach

The Blazer-C wire is easy to advance and retrieve consistently. The system is designed to provide complete vertebral body coverage via a unilateral approach. It is available in 10G (3mm) outer diameter.

Case Study

80 YO Female, L2 Fracture, Blazer followed by PMMA Injection



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