Protected: Reliant Anterior Cervical Plating (ACP) System

The Reliant® Anterior Cervical Plating (ACP) System simplifies anterior cervical spinal fusion with an improved semi-constrained system that offers fast, reproducible results. The Reliant ACP System’s engineering excellence features a sleek, ultra-thin plate for easy insertion and large plate slots for enhanced visual confirmation of the allograft. The instrumentation facilitates ​control during implantation. The Reliant ACP System is the consummate solution for semi-constrained anterior spinal fusion with controlled translation​.

Product Highlights

  • Ultra-thin profile and narrow silhouette
  • Large visual access areas for maximum allograft viewing through and around plate
  • Elongated screw holes offer controlled translation
  • One screw type for semi-constrained fixation and large diameter bone screw for maximum purchase

Titanium plate offers 25º bone screw angulation in the gold portion of the plate and 13º bone screw angulation in the silver portion of the plate. Large bone screw diameters and 6º medial angle is​ design​ed to maximize​ bone screw purchase. Available in up to four level cervical plates and varying color-coded system components.​
Easy to use variable and fixed angle drill guides allow for variable angle bone screw placement. The top locking screw driver mates seamlessly with the one step locking mechanism.​​


The Reliant ACP System is a temporary implant, intended for anterior fixation to the cervical spine from C2 to C7. The specific clinical indications include:

  • Degenerative disc disease (defined as back pain of discogenic origin with degenerative disc confirmed by patient history and radiographic studies)
  • Spondylolisthesis
  • Fracture
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Deformities (i.e., scoliosis, kyphosis, and/or lordosis)
  • Tumor
  • Pseudoarthrosis
  • Revision of previous surgery


The Reliant ACP System is contraindicated in patients with a systemic infection, with a local inflammation at the bone site, or with rapidly progressive joint disease or bone absorption syndromes such as Paget’s disease, osteopenia, osteoporosis, or osteomyelitis. Do not use this system in patients with known or suspected metal allergies. Use of the system is also contraindicated in patients with any other medical, surgical or psychological condition that would preclude potential benefits of internal fixation surgery such as the presence of tumors, congenital abnormalities, elevation of sedimentation rate unexplained by other disease, elevation of white blood cells or a marked shift in white blood cell differential count.​