THE DEGENERATIVE SPINE EPIDEMIC

Over 8 million people in the US suffer from degenerative spine conditions such as Spinal Stenosis Syndrome and Degenerative Disc Disease. Misplaced tissue and abnormal bone growth that pinch the spinal cord and nerve roots cause them severe back and limb pain and physical and neurological deficiencies.

Over 900,000 Spinal Decompression surgeries are performed annually in the US. However, due to surgical access challenges current surgical techniques involve excessive removal of healthy tissue, causing increased trauma to patients, extended recovery times and higher surgical and hospitalization costs.

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Dreal

BETTER ACCESS. PRESERVED TISSUE. LESS TRAUMA.

Carevature dreal is the first and only curved at the tip and powered, single-use decompression system efficient enough to handle bony tissue and precise enough to work safely around spinal anatomy. dreal’s unique design allows for easier, safer access, less trauma and less costs, resulting in better outcomes for both patients and the healthcare system.

High speed rotation

Efficiently cuts bone

Integrated irrigation

2-3mm tip diameter

Fits Spinal Anatomy

9mm radius of curvature

Smallest in the market

Shielded cutter

with multiple orientations

Enhanced visibility

Due to curved design

Unique forward drilling

helps to minimize nerve manipulations

  • High speed rotation

    Efficiently cuts bone

  • Integrated irrigation

  • 2-3mm tip diameter

    Fits Spinal Anatomy

  • 9mm radius of curvature

    Smallest in the market

  • Shielded cutter

    with multiple orientations

  • Enhanced visibility

    Due to curved design

  • Unique forward drilling

    helps to minimize nerve manipulations

    dreal in action

    Lumbar MIS Spinal Decompression
    ACDF Osteophytes removal
    clinical experience

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    ABOUT CAREVATURE

    Carevature Medical Ltd. is a privately held medical device company, dedicated to the development of advanced orthopedic surgery solutions….

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    *References: Beutler, et.al demonstrated better decompression without compromising spinal stability due to improved access and a reduction in both OR time and LOS; Pflugmacher, et.al demonstrated smaller incidence of dural tears compared to traditional as well as new devices; Millgram, et.al demonstrated reduced blood loss and a lower incidence of major bleeding, as well as reduced OR time and improved ODI.