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Globus Medical reveals the launch of the MARVEL™ Growing Rod System

Globus Medical, Inc., a renowned company specializing in musculoskeletal solutions, has officially introduced the MARVEL™ Growing Rod System to the market. This innovative system is specifically designed for pediatric patients suffering from early onset scoliosis, providing them with a means to achieve and maintain correction while enabling growth through a minimally invasive distraction process.

The MARVEL™ Growing Rods boast a powerful geared mechanism, ensuring dependable and efficient lengthening within an expansive range of 40mm or 60mm. To minimize wear, the rods feature PEEK polymer bearing surfaces. The lengthening of each rod is achieved through a minimally invasive procedure, involving a small incision for driver access, thereby minimizing disruption to soft tissues.

According to Dr. Shyam Kishan, a board-certified orthopedic surgeon and Medical Director at Medical City Children’s Hospital Orthopedics & Spine in Dallas, TX, early onset scoliosis presents one of the most challenging conditions for pediatric spine surgeons. However, MARVEL™’s innovative design addresses this challenge by offering reliable distraction for continuous spinal growth while minimizing its impact on the patient.

David Hole, the President of Spine at Globus Medical, expressed the company’s commitment to delivering world-class solutions for complex spinal disorders. The recent launch of the REFLECT™ Scoliosis Correction System, a non-fusion growth modulation system for treating skeletally immature idiopathic scoliosis patients, exemplifies their dedication to leveraging their product development capabilities to serve children with scoliosis and the surgeons caring for them. The company is enthusiastic about bringing these groundbreaking innovations to the market.

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