Looking to enter the spine market? See the Xoran, Fiagon partnership

Written by Mackenzie Garrity | May 31, 2018 | Print  |

Xoran Technologies and Fiagon AG Medical Technologies agreed to expand their current collaboration to enter the neuro and spine markets.

A developer of compact, point-of-care CT scanners, Xoran launched xCAT IQ, a compact CT scanner designed for neurological suites and intensive care units. Surgeons have responded with excitement about the image quality and maneuverability.

Complimenting the xCAT IQ, Fiagon developed its Brain Navigation System, a small, plug-and-play surgical navigation system designed for neurosurgeons. Per the expanded agreement, Fiagon and Xoran are working to develop more devices on top of its current navigation systems.

Xoran and Fiagon hope to make their presence in the operating room and intensive care unit more known.

The two first formed their partnership in 2017, aiming to improve surgical workflow. The two developed navigational systems that provide high-quality intraoperative imaging at the skull base in under two minutes.

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