Safe Orthopaedics introduces virtual OR spine surgery tool

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French device company Safe Orthopaedics on Jan. 4 unveiled its virtual operating room tool designed to ease workflows during spine surgery.

The Safe Operating Room Assistant is intended to manage the inventory, traceability and replenishment of surgical products and provide virtual assistance for operating room teams.

SORA features a touch screen that OR staff use to choose implants and instruments.

Safe Orthopaedics' team can connect virtually with OR staff through SORA to answer questions on any product issues that may arise.

The device also is equipped with an automatic ordering tool to facilitate surgical planning and hospital logistics.

SORA will be installed in a few centers in the U.S. and Europe early this year. The company is planning a global launch in the next 12 to 18 months.

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