Mazor Robotics is a leading innovator in spine surgery—inspiring the art of surgery with robotic guidance systems and complementary products that provide a safer surgical environment for patients, surgeons, and OR staff. Mazor Robotics' flagship Renaissance™ Surgical Guidance System is transforming spine surgery from freehand procedures to highly-accurate, state-of-the-art robotic-guided procedures that raise the standard of care with better clinical outcomes.
Based on surgeons' experience with SpineAssist® in thousands of procedures worldwide (over 15,000 implants), Renaissance™ Surgical Guidance System is powered by clinically validated technology. Via Renaissance's intuitive interface, preoperative planning in a virtual 3D environment creates a surgical blueprint for state-of-the-art robotic-guided surgery. Renaissance™ easily integrates into OR workflows, providing the highest level of accuracy with less radiation for deformities, revisions, and minimally invasive surgeries. For peer-reviewed publications on Mazor Robotics' technologies, including a recent 14-center study demonstrating 98% accuracy in hundreds of patients (see Peer Review Library). The system's quick learning curve enables surgeons to leap over the barriers of performing challenging cases and approaches such as minimally invasive surgeries, which are notorious for their learning curve, suboptimal outcomes, higher radiation levels and longer operation times when performed freehand.
Mazor Robotics' surgical guidance technology has been successfully used in a wide variety of spinal procedures--from routine cases to the most complex cases. Many of these cases would not even be attempted without Mazor Robotics' surgical guidance technology. The Company's pipeline includes innovative products that will reshape the art of surgery. Among some of these developments are a unique, minimally invasive spinal stabilization procedure which is enabled by Renaissance, an intraoperative 3D imaging system which is an add-on to C-arms (operating room imaging systems), and expanding clinical applications such as cranial procedures, ie, cranial biopsies and deep brain stimulation implant placements).