Ligament system for corection and stabilisation


The device NAJA is an implant dedicated to the correction and stabilization of the spine during fusion of the instrumented levels. It consists of:

. A braid allowing correction and stabilization of the levels, after tensioning

. A connector designed to be fixed on a rod and holding the tension on the braid

Because of its conception, and in order to obtain symmetric constructions, two versions are available for each size of the implant: one for the left size, one for the right side.


The NAJA System is a temporary implant for use in orthopedic surgery. The system is intended to provide temporary stabilization as a bone anchor during the development of solid bony fusion and aid in the repair of bone fractures. The indications for use include the following applications:

. Spinal reconstructive surgery, incorporated into constructs for the purpose of correction of spinal deformities such as 

  idiopathic and neuromuscular scoliosis, in paediatric population from 8 years old.