Carlsmed, Inc., a commercial stage medical device technology company, is announcing today that it has partnered with the International Spine Study Group Foundation (ISSGF), the premier study group on adult spinal deformity, to collect data on surgical treatment with personalized interbody devices. Long term outcomes data will be collected to assess the role of aprevo® devices in improving patient outcomes and reducing postoperative complications.
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