Joimax introduces electromagnetic navigation system: 4 details

Written by Jackie Drees | September 20, 2018 | Print  |

Joimax will introduce its Intracs Electromagnetic Navigation System at the North American Spine Society Annual Meeting in Los Angeles, Sept. 24-28.

Here are four details:

1. Designed for use in minimally invasive spinal surgeries, the navigation system relies on electromagnetic tracking to guide instruments directly at the tip.

2. The system can be used independently or with joimax's Endoscopic Tower device.

3. The company says the product is the only system on the market that allows for simultaneous navigation of multiple instruments, including needles, guiding rods, reamers and endoscopes.

4. The system is currently being introduced at Eurospine Barcelona, the Spine Society of Europe's annual conference, Sept. 19-21.

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