WHAT’S NEW IN SPINE SURGERY
Mazor Robotics RenaissanceTM is transforming spine surgery from freehand procedures to highly-accurate, state-of-the-art procedures that may reduce fluoroscopy—even for minimally-invasive surgery (MIS), scoliosis, and other complex spinal deformity cases.
POWERED BY CLINICALLY VALIDATED TECHNOLOGY – HIGHLY ACCURATE AND SAFE
- Based on surgeons’ experience with thousands of procedures using Mazor Robotics technology worldwide
- Tens of thousands of implants placed
- 1.5 mm accuracy
WIDE RANGE OF CLINICAL APPLICATIONS
Hardware and software tools enable a variety of spine procedures
- Open, MIS, and percutaneous posterior thoracolumbar approaches
- Scoliosis and other complex spinal deformities
- Pedicle screws – short and long fusions
- Transfacet screws and translaminar-facet screws
Robotic Spine and Brain Surgery – Mazor Renaissance Technion Born Technology
Prof. Moshe Shoham of Technion-Israel Institute of Technology’s D. Dan and Betty Kahn Medical Robotics Laboratory in the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering is the Founder and CTO of Mazor Robotics. The Mazor Renaissance guidance system for spine and brain surgery is the only one of its kind. Used worldwide, thousands of surgeries have been performed with the aid of the small robot with no cases of damage to the spine.
For more information about Mazor Robotics: www.mazorrobotics.com/
For more information about Technion: http://pard.technion.ac.il/