OrthoSpin gains FDA clearance for robot-assisted fixation device — 3 insights

Written by Alan Condon | September 19, 2019 | Print  |

OrthoSpin received FDA clearance for its external robotic fixation device for orthopedic procedures.

Three insights:

1. The OrthoSpin system makes automatic pre-programmed adjustments, eliminating the need for patient training and manual adjustment.

2. It reduces the need for patient follow-ups and aims to remove the issue of patient non-compliance.

3. OrthoSpin's device will be able to send real-time updates to physicians in the future, facilitating treatment strategies.

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