Published clinical data supporting the use of Mazor Robotics technology in spine surgery.
Perioperative course and accuracy of screw poistioning in conventional, open robotic-guided and percutaneous robotic-guided, pedicle screw placement. 1
Compared to open, conventional procedures, patients that underwent spine surgery with Mazor Robotics technology had:
- Kantelhardt SR, Martinez R, Baerwinkel S, Burger R, Giese A, Rhode V. Perioperrative 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.
- Hu X, Ohnmeiss D, Liberman, I. Robotic-assisted pedicle screw placement; Lessons learned from the first 102 patients. Eur Spine J.2013;22:661-666
- Devito DP, KaplanL, Dietl R, et al. Clinical acceptance and accuracy assessment of spinal implants guided with the SpineAssist surgical robot; retrospective study. Spine.2010;35(24):2109-2115.
- Roser F, Tatagiba M, Maier, G. Spinal Robotics: Current Applications & Future Perspectives. Neurosurgery. 2013;72:A12-A18.
- Barzilay, Schroeder, Hiller, Singer, Hasharoni, Safran, Liebergall, Itshayek, Kaplan. Robotic assisted vertebral body augmentation - a radiation reduction tool. Spine Journal: Volume 39, Number 2, pp 153-157.
- Onen, Mehmet Resid, Simsek, Mehmet, Naderi, Sait. Robotic Spine Surgery: A Preliminary Report. Turkish Neurosurgery: Volume 24, Number 4, pp 512-518.