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Robotic Spine Surgery

New England Baptist Hospital is the first hospital in Massachusetts to expand its spine program to include state-of-the-art robotic guidance.

The Mazor X™ Platform integrates and streamlines three complex processes – image-based 3D planning of surgery, intra-operative guidance using precision mechanics, and intra-op verification of therapy placement using the X-Eye camera.

Contemporary spine surgery often involves placing implants to stabilize the spine, and proper placement of these implants is essential to the success of the operation. This system allows surgeons to plan surgery in advance and then the robot helps the surgeon execute that plan with greater precision.

Surgeons use the 3D planning functionality to map out an optimal surgery in a CT-based 3D simulation of the patient’s spine. In addition, computer analytics provide the surgeon with pre-operative data for procedure planning and intra-operative guidance during the procedure. Using these technologies, the surgeon may operate with added precision and efficiency.

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