7D Surgical's flagship spine surgery system expands into Asia

Alan Condon -   Print  |

Medical device company 7D Surgical's Machine-vision Image Guided Surgery system for spine surgery received regulatory approval in Singapore on July 30.

The company also sold its first MvIGS system in Asia through distribution company Transmedic, which works with hospitals, clinics and health centers.

MvIGS is designed to replace standard fluoroscopy and offers a radiation-free tool to place spinal implants.

The system uses visible light that allows surgeons to register spinal segments in seconds, which reduces operating room time and eliminates intraoperative radiation exposure.

MvIGS has already launched in the U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the Caribbean and will enter the European market later this year.

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