MySpine S2AI is the Medacta Patient-Specific Solution for S2-Alar-Iliac fixation: a minimally invasive solution at surgeon’s hand for long constructs, designed to overcome the limits of a potentially insufficient lower spine fixation.
The S2-Alar-Iliac technique represents a valid solution since the trajectory crosses 5 cortical bone structures, resulting in a strong bone fixation, leading to reduced screw loosening rate compared with alternative lumbosacral instrumentations (S2-Alar and Iliac screws).
MySpine S2AI can be used in those treatments where strong bone fixation is required, as it may provide:
The S2-Alar-Iliac technique represents a valid solution since the medial entry points reduce the need of muscle dissection leading to:
*compared with alternative lumbosacral instrumentations (S2-Alar and Iliac screws)
Prominent conventional Iliac screws may lead to irritation and pain with high revision rate.[2,5]
MYSPINE IS DIFFERENT!
MySpine guided S2-Alar-Iliac trajectory may allow for a small incision and less lateral retraction, and the medial entry point allows for a quick rod connection, thus eliminating the need for additional connectors.
The guided technique leads to precise screw placement, comparable to that offered by gold standard navigation tools, while reducing the radiation exposure and the surgical time.[3,4]
MySpine is a personalized surgical platform that is cost effective, efficient and intuitive. MySpine provides pre-op planning, single-use patient-specific drill guides and intra-operative surgical plan.
Low Dose CT scan to deliver 3D reconstructed vertebrae and the pelvic region
The surgeon defines optimal implant parameters
Patient-matched Jigs are sent to the hospital
An experienced surgeon will support you during your first cases
 Sponseller P. et al., “Low Profile Pelvic Fixation With the Sacral Alar Iliac Technique in the Pediatric Population Improves Results at Two-Year Minimum Follow-up”, Spine, September 15, 2010
 Emami A. et al., “Outcome and Complications of Long Fusions to the Sacrum in Adult Spine Deformity: Luque-Galveston, Combined Iliac and Sacral Screws, and Sacral Fixation”, Spine, April 1, 2002
 Krieg S. et al., “Revision by S2-alar-iliac instrumentation reduces caudal screw loosening while improving sacroiliac joint pain—a group comparison”, Neurosurgical Review, September 2020 study
 Matsukawa K. et al., Accuracy of cortical bone trajectory screw placement using patient-specific template guide system, Neurosurgical Review, July 2019
 Matsukawa K. et al., Cortical pedicle screw trajectory technique using 3D printed patient-specific-guide, M.O.R.E. Journal, September 2018