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Surgery Guidance Platform

Photonics.com
Jul 2016
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CAESAREA, Israel, July 27, 2016 — Mazor Robotics Ltd. has announced the Mazor X transformative guidance platform for spine surgeries.

The Mazor X was designed to enhance predictability and patient benefit through the combination of analytical tools, multiple-source data, precision guidance, optical tracking, intra-op verification and connectivity technologies. A suite of software-based sophisticated tools designed to preoperatively assess spinal alignment and implement full surgical planning is provided.

Utilizing precision mechanics and a bed-attached, bone-mounted surgical arm to guide surgical tools and synergistic implants. The system’s real-time verification allows surgeons to close the surgical loop and confirm the execution and reconciliation of the surgical plan using proprietary 2D fluoroscopy-based technology, visual tracking or intraoperative imaging systems.


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GLOSSARY
fluoroscopy
The study and analysis of images produced by a fluoroscope.
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