Stryker brings SpineMap Go software to market: 3 quick points

Angie Stewart -   Print  |

Stryker introduced its SpineMap Go software for intraoperative image guidance during spinal surgery.

Three quick points:

1. SpineMap Go provides navigated instrumentation and traditional fluoroscopic images without interrupting workflow or draping.

2. The software can be used with standard fluoroscopic C-arms and doesn't require a special imaging device. It reduces radiation exposure time during pedicle screw placement by 89 percent.

3. Stryker also launched its Sonopet iQ ultrasonic aspirator system, which is meant to help fragment, emulsify and aspirate soft tissue and bone during complex cranial neurosurgery, spinal and ENT operations.

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