IDE Trial Data for Applied Spine Technologies’ Stabilimax® System to be Presented at Spine Arthroplasty Society Meeting in New Orleans

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ROCKY HILL, Conn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Applied Spine Technologies, Inc. www.appliedspine.com , a medical device company focused on motion preservation of the lumbar spine, today announced that new information regarding the Stabilimax® Dynamic Spine Stabilization System will be featured in two podium presentations and four poster presentations at the forthcoming Spine Arthroplasty Society (SAS) meeting in New Orleans on April 27th – 30th, 2010.

Podium Presentations:

12-24 Month Results from a US IDE Trial Evaluating a Lumbar Posterior Dynamic Stabilization (PDS) System

N. Anand1, M. Lorio2, R. Rosemann1

1Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, United States, CA, 2Neuro-Spine Solutions, Bristol, TN

Clinical Assessment of Adjacent Level Effects (ALE) Induced by Stabilimax Lumbar Posterior Dynamic Stabilization (PDS) Implant through Measurement of Range of Motion (ROM) and InterPedicular Travel (IPT)

S.H. Kitchel1, N.C. Wharton2, A.K. Khandha3

1Oregon Health and Sciences University, Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Eugene, OR, 2Medical Metrics, Inc, Houston, TX, 3Applied Spine Technologies, Rocky Hill, CT

Poster Presentations:

An analysis of PostOp Performance of the Stabilimax® posterior dynamic stabilization (PDS) implant through measurement of Range of Motion (ROM) and InterPedicular Travel (IPT)

Castellvi AE, Khandha A, Wharton N, Ferrara L, Anand N, Cheng J

Quantity and Quality of Motion in Stenosis Patients

Anand N, Robie B, Wharton N, Ferrara L, Yonemura K, Castellvi AE

A comparison of Range of Motion (ROM) and Forces in a single level vs. multi-level lumbar Posterior Dynamic Stabilization (PDS) implant – Finite Element (FE) study

Ambati D, Nayak A, Kiapour A, Goel VK, Khandha A

Effects of Different Posterior Dynamic Systems (PDS) on Graded Facetectomies

Parikh R, Kiapour A, Goel VK, Mhatre D, Castellvi AE, Khandha A

About Applied Spine Technologies Inc., and Stabilimax®

Applied Spine Technologies Inc., headquartered in Rocky Hill, Connecticut, is developing the Stabilimax Dynamic Spine Stabilization System, a posterior dynamic stabilization device designed to support an injured or degenerated spine without eliminating motion. Stabilimax is expected to offer numerous advantages over current spinal fixation products and even new artificial disc products—including a much less invasive and less traumatic implant procedure, maintenance of spine motion and disc function, and the potential to prevent or slow adjacent-segment disc disease.

About the IDE Clinical Trial

Applied Spine Technologies, Inc. is currently conducting a multi-center, randomized, controlled clinical trial in the U.S. to compare posterior dynamic stabilization using the Stabilimax Dynamic Spine Stabilization System to traditional spinal fusion stabilization to treat degenerative lumbar spinal stenosis. AST has enrolled more than 100 patients to date.

Stabilimax is an investigational device in the United States. It is limited by United States (U.S.) Federal Law for investigational use only.

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