Beyeonics Surgical debuts spine robot


Beyeonics Surgical debuted its Maverick robot for orthopedic and neurosurgery procedures, the company said May 20.

The robot has been used in anterior cervical discectomy and fusion, corpectomy, craniotomy, decompression, interbody fusion, laminectomy and tumor resection, according to a news release. It is designed to support minimally invasive approaches and consolidates operative data via a supercomputer.

The Maverick system uses a robotic arm and a headset that leverages augmented reality visualization. Surgeons control it hands free with head gestures.

The robot is an FDA-registered class I device, and Beyeonics Surgical is continuing its pilot launch in the U.S.

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