Xēnix Medical, formerly known as HT Medical, is founded on the principal of going about things differently. We are a medical device company focused on the development of unique solutions for patients requiring spinal fusion surgery that are based in science…not contrived marketing tactics. The company partners with bioscientific and surgical thought leaders to produce highly-differentiated implants with the goal of helping spinal fusion patients recover their best lives as quickly as possible.

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FEATURED PRODUCTS

The company markets a line of 3D-printed neoWave™ interbody fusion devices featuring its repeating waveform matrix technology that is designed to support postoperative osseointegration while uniquely diffusing compressive loads to reduce device stiffness and, therefore, the risk of subsidence. The proprietary waveform technology also functions to disperse loads during device malleting to meet the mechanical strength demands of implantation.

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EXPLORE PRODUCTS

MACRO STRUCTURE

neoWave™ consists of a 3D-printed consistent waveform matrix that reduces stiffness and provides a load-dispersing Snowshoe Effect™ to lessen the potential for implant subsidence. This uniformly-porous architecture contributes to a device stiffness that is comparable to the material stiffness of cortical bone and PEEK while increasing bone graft volume and providing a lattice for bone ingrowth.

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MICRO SURFACE

The proprietary micro roughness of the neoWave™ surface has been shown to be favorable for bone attachment and ongrowth.1 The novel surface design, manufacturing, and post-processing techniques all contribute to the beneficial environment for cellular proliferation.

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NANO SURFACE

Cellular response to a material’s nano surface characteristics plays an important role in overall bone apposition and proliferation.2 The proprietary nanotopography of the neoWave™ surface has been shown to support rapid cellular attachment, communication, and propagation.3

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1 Data on file provided by Bill Walsh, PhD
2 Olivares-Navarrete, R., Hyzy S.L., Gittens, R.A., Berg, M.E., Schneider, J.M., Hotchkiss, K., Schwartz, Z., Boyan, B. D. Osteoblast lineage cells can discriminate microscale topographic features on titanium-aluminum-vanadium surfaces. Ann Biomed Eng. 2014 Dec; 42 (12): 2551-61.
3 Data on file provided by Bill Walsh, PhD