Published Research

Globus Medical MERC Research
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Return to sport and daily life activities after vertebral body tethering for AIS: analysis of the sport activity questionnaire

Baroncini et al. Eur Spine J 30(7):1998-2006, 2021.

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The effects of vertebral body tethering on sagittal parameters: evaluations from a 2‑years follow‑up

Baroncini et al. Eur Spine J 31(4):1060-1066, 2022.

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REFLECT™ Lavelle et al. 2016

An initial biomechanical investigation of fusionless anterior tether constructs for controlled scoliosis correction

Lavelle et al. Spine J 16(3):408-413, 2016.

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Motion preservation surgery for scoliosis with a vertebral body tethering system: a biomechanical study

Nicolini et al. Eur Spine J 31(4):1013-1021, 2021.

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REFLECT™ Trobisch et al. 2023

An investigation of range of motion preservation in fusionless anterior double screw and cord constructs for scoliosis correction

Trobisch et al. Eur Spine J 32(4):1173-1186, 2023.

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REVERE® Bartanusz et al. 2015

Short segment spinal instrumentation with index vertebra pedicle screw placement for pathologies involving the anterior and middle vertebral column is as effective as long segment stabilization with cage reconstruction: a biomechanical study

Bartanusz et al. Spine (Phila Pa 1976) 40(22):1729–1736, 2015.

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REVERE® Bohl et al. 2015

Undertapping of lumbar pedicle screws can result in tapping with a pitch that differs from that of the screw, which decreases
screw pull-out force

Bohl et al. Spine (Phila Pa 1976) 40(12):E729–E734, 2015.

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Pedicle screw instrumentation of thoracolumbar burst fractures: biomechanical evaluation of screw configuration with pedicle screws at the level of the fracture

Bolesta et al. Int J Spine Surg 6:200–205, 2012.

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REVERE® Gehrchen et al. 2017

Range of motion after thoracolumbar corpectomy: evaluation of analogous constructs with a novel low profile anterior dualrod
system and a traditional dual-rod system

Gehrchen et al. Eur Spine J 26(3):666–670, 2017.

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REVERE® Gelb et al. 2021

Comprehensive evaluation of accessory rod position, rod material and diameter, use of cross-connectors, and anterior column support in a pedicle subtraction osteotomy model, part I: effects on apical rod strain: an in vitro and in silico biomechanical study

Gelb et al. Spine (Phila Pa 1976) 46(1):E1-E11, 2021.

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REVERE® Jazini et al. 2017

Does lumbopelvic fixation add stability? a cadaveric biomechanical analysis of an unstable pelvic fracture model

Jazini et al. J Orthop Trauma 31(1):37–46, 2017.

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REVERE® Jazini et al. 2017

Finding the right fit: studying the biomechanics of under-tapping with varying thread depths and pitches

Jazini et al. Spine J 17(4):574–578, 2017.