“Z” Minimally Invasive Spine Technology Solution
Operation method: Transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion（TLIF）
Complete unilateral joint resection, rather than exposing nerve root and dura mater. This can reduce the risk of complications of nerve injury. At the same time, TILF can provide the support and stability of the Vertebral front column, and can simultaneously combine with the fusion of the posterior approach to achieve the effect of 360 degree of the fusion. Combined with the internal fixation technology, the fusion rate can be improved. It can also reconstruct the normal anatomy curvature of the corresponding segment through this technology. The height of the intervertebral space can be maintained after disc resection thus the height of the intervertebral foramen can be improved, the stenosis of intervertebral foramen can also be improved. The intervertebral height recovery can be indirectly due to intervertebral height loss caused by the folding of the ligamentum flavum and compressed annulus fibrosus recovery so that central spinal canal stenosis can also be significantly improved.
“Z”Minimally Invasive Spine Technology Solution
Operation method: minimally invasive percutaneous pedicle screw fixation
Compared with the open surgery group, the length of skin incision was smaller and intraoperative blood loss was less, operation time, bed time and hospital stay were shorter, and pain of the wound was lighter in the minimally invasive percutaneous pedicle screw fixation. The trauma of minimally invasive percutaneous pedicle screw fixation was apparently less than open surgery.