Mercy Health hospital installs SpineMap 3D

Written by Shayna Korol | August 08, 2018 | Print  |

Mercy Health Lorain (Ohio) Hospital installed Stryker's SpineMap 3D Software for spinal surgery, The Morning Journal News reports.

The software and equipment package uses real-time scans and 3D modeling.

Surgeons can use minimally invasive access points with the new Stryker SpineMask Tracker, which is intended to improve hardware placement.

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