ArcadiusXP L®

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Stand-Alone Interbody Device (SIBD)

The ideal combination of enhanced stability, improved imaging properties, and operational simplicity, the ArcadiusXP L® is a unique interbody device off ering an intuitive approach to ALIF procedures.
The addition of PLASMAPORE® XP osteoconductive coating enhances implant stability and improves imaging properties. The unique implant design and flexible instrumentation provide accessibility for screw insertion at all indicated levels and challenging patient anatomies.


  • Built on Experience – Aesculap maximized 20 years of success in applying PLASMAPORE® coatings to Titanium orthopedic and spine implants to develop the PLASMAPORE® XP coating for PEEK spinal implants
  • Innovative Surface Enhancing Technology – PLASMAPORE® XP is an osteoconductive pure Titanium porous coating with proven biocompatibility
  • Enhanced Stability – The benefits of a stable diverging bone screw design plus the roughened surface area provided by the osteoconductive PLASMAPORE® XP coating deliver enhanced implant stability
  • Optimized Implant Fit – Wide variety of implant sizes ensures compatibility with varying patient anatomies
  • Accessibility from all Angles – Unique implant design and flexible instrumentation provide ease in screw insertion
  • Simple and Secure Locking Mechanism – Integrated dual locking mechanism with single-step activation
  • Excellent Imaging Properties– PLASMAPORE® XP coating and X-Ray marker pins allow for improved visibility during imaging


  • PLASMAPORE® XP osteoconductive coating
  • Wide variety of implant options
  • Generous graft window
  • Surface texturing
  • Five X-Ray marker pins
  • Midline accessibility for screw insertion
  • Diverging screw design
  • Dual locking mechanism
  • Self-centering, self-drilling and self-tapping bone screws
  • Comprehensive array of instrumentation


  • Intended to be used with four bone screws if no supplemental fixation is used
  • Intended for spinal fusion procedures in the lumbar spine from L2 to S1
  • Indicated for use in patients with degenerative disc disease (DDD) with up to Grade 1 spondylolisthesis at the involved level(s)