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Accompany healthcare facilities in the digitalization of surgical procedures

  • Reduced number of modules in the OR
  • Strong limitation of patient and surgeon X-ray radiation [2]

An attentive and committed partner

  • A single point-of-contact who will coordinate the facility’s medical teams
  • Customized customer support and training

Ease-of-use for an efficient surgical workflow.

By design, the eCential Robotics platform brings together intraoperative 2D/3D imaging, navigation and robotics. This unified solution avoids the pitfalls of the usual imaging-navigation coupling, such as unreliable registration processes [5].

It aims to focus the surgical workflow on the core steps and make robotically-assisted bone surgery simple enough in clinical routine to become a standard. Navigation and guidance of the surgical procedure will increase the safety of standard pedicle targeting steps [1] and can contribute to the serenity of surgical teams.

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The SURGIVISIO Device is indicated to be used during surgical procedures in which the physician would benefit from the visualization of 2D medical imaging and/or intraoperatively generated 3D medical imaging of anatomical structures or objects with high x-ray attenuation such as bony anatomy or metallic objects. Such procedures include procedures during which the spine, pelvis, or articulation structures are visualized.
The SURGIVISIO Device through its freehand navigation feature is indicated to be used as an intraoperative guidance system to enable open or percutaneous computer-assisted surgery.
It is indicated for conditions of the spine in which the use of stereotactic surgery may be appropriate, and where reference to a rigid anatomical bony structure can be identified relative to the intraoperatively generated 3D image of the anatomy provided by the SURGIVISIO Device.
It is indicated to precisely position the Navigated Targeting Needle SPX1 during general spinal procedures with a posterior approach.
The SURGIVISIO Device through its robotic guidance feature is indicated to be used for the positioning of instrument holders or tool guides to be used by surgeons to guide the Spine CoBot instruments during general spinal surgery.
Guidance is based on an intra-operative plan developed with three-dimensional imaging software based on intra-operative 3D images provided by the SURGIVISIO Device.
It is indicated for positioning of surgical instruments in vertebrae with a posterior approach in the thoracolumbar region.
The SPX1 Instrument and Spine Cobot instruments are designed to be used with the SURGIVISIO Device.

Manufacturer: ECENTIAL ROBOTICS, France.
Carefully read the instructions in the user manual and/or the SPX1 instrument manual before use.
The product is available to the USA market only.

Latest update: 17/01/2024

The robotic surgery solution, adapted to all the bone surgery procedures of tomorrow.