6 MIS spine devices & technologies making the headlines

Written by Megan Wood | February 08, 2018 | Print  |

Here are six minimally invasive spine surgery devices and technologies making a splash in the industry.

Newport Beach, Calif.-based Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian installed Globus Medical's ExcelsiusGPS, robotic technology, intended for MIS surgery. Jackson, Mich.-based Henry Ford Allegiance Health also installed the technology, becoming the first in the state to offer the procedure.

 

Plano-based Texas Back Institute surgeon Theodore Belanger, MD, performed the country's first complex surgery with Spineway's MONT-BLANC MIS implants.

 

Life Spine saw a 493 percent boost in revenues from its ProLift Expandable Spacer System in 2017, compared to that of 2016. The company's core solutions include ProLift, TiBOW and LONGBOW, all designed to enhance surgical efficiency and patient outcomes.

 

Inspired Spine is expanding global access to its oblique lateral lumbar interbody fusion device, by creating a new advanced minimally invasive spine surgery center in Dubai at the Canadian Specialty Hospital.

 

Paradigm Spine published its European study of coflex and decompression alone two-year trial results in the Journal of Neurosurgery Spine. Read about the study, here.

At their monthly meeting on Jan. 30, the Maryville, Tenn.-based Blount Memorial Hospital board of directors approved the purchase of the Mazor X Robotic Guidance System by a unanimous vote.

 

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