Mazor Robotics at Spine Associates
Technology can make even great surgeons better
Mazor Robotics’ Renaissance™ system for spine surgery has just joined the advanced surgical program at Spine Associates. This safe and highly accurate system means our world-class surgical team has state-of-the-art technology at their fingertips. And our patients benefit from consistently accurate spine surgery – with less pain and fewer scars, and a faster recovery and return to daily activities.
Mazor Robotics’ Surgical Guidance System
Renaissance™, Mazor Robotics’ surgical guidance system, is transforming spine surgery from freehand operations to highly-accurate, state-of-the-art procedures that raise the standard of care through better clinical outcomes. Renaissance™ is used to create a preoperative blueprint of the ideal surgery in a virtual 3D environment. This plan is then used to actively guide the surgeon during the procedure to precisely implement the predefined plan within 1 mm accuracy (1/25th inch).
- Over 2,000 surgeries with over 12,000 implants placed
- Easily integrates into OR workflows
- Highest level of accuracy with less radiation, even in complex cases
Based on surgeons’ experience with Mazor Robotics’ technology
- 98.3% accuracy of 3,271 implants in 635 cases at 14 medical centers1
- 99.6% accuracy of 1,815 implants in 120 scoliotic adolescents2
- Compared to freehand surgeries, clinical outcomes with Mazor Robotics technology were significantly better (fewer complications, fewer reoperations, lower intraoperative x-ray exposure, and shorter length of stay)3
About Mazor Robotics
Mazor Robotics is a leading innovator in spine surgery—inspiring the art of surgery with robotic guidance systems and complementary products that provide a safer surgical environment for patients, surgeons, and OR staff.
For peer-reviewed publications and more information about Renaissance™ and Mazor Robotics’ technologies, see www.MazorRobotics.com.
Westside Surgical Hospital
1 Devito DP, Kaplan L, Dietl R, et al. Clinical acceptance and accuracy assessment of spinal implants guided with SpineAssist surgical robot: retrospective study. Spine.2010;35(24):2109-2115.
2 Devito DP, Gaskill T, Erikson M, Fernandez M. Robotic based guidance for pedicle screw instrumentation of the scoliotic spine. Presented at Pediatric Society of North America (POSNA).May 2011; Montreal, Canada.
3 Kantelhardt, SR, Martinez R, Baerwinkel S, Burger R, Giese A, Rohde V. Perioperative course and accuracy of screw positioning in conventional, open robotic-guided and percutaneous robotic-guided, pedicle screw placement.Eur Spine J. 2011;20(6):860-868.