MAZORTM Robotic Guidance System for Spinal Surgery

The Mazor™ robotic guidance platform combines advanced surgical planning software with 15 years of Mazor robotic guidance and 25 years of Stealth™ Navigation experience. 

The Mazor product family, including software, robotic technology, navigation, and instrumentation.



Go beyond individual pedicle trajectory guidance to complete spine construct design.



See how pre-operative planning, robotic guidance, and surgical navigational all work together.

Predictability of Planning

The MazorTM robotic guidance system allows for pre-operative or intra-operative planning. With features such as customizable implant selection, optimal implant trajectories and 3D analytics, planning allows you to work towards construct optimization and make the procedure predictable.

Surgeon using Mazor X Stealth Edition pre-operative planning software on laptop.

Planning features include:

  • Segmental vertebral body registration
  • Align for sagittal and coronal deformities
  • Rod passage and skin cut optimization
  • Planning capabilities on a laptop or Mazor workstation

Precision of Robotic Guidance

State of the art registration and mechanical stability are critical to establish robotic precision. The Mazor™ platform secures a closed-loop connection between the bed-mounted robotic arm, the patient secured on the bed, and a rigid fixation between the robot and patient’s skeletal anatomy. The robot is table mounted for a small OR footprint. 

Surgeon using Mazor X Stealth Edition robotic guidance in OR.

Robotic guidance features include:

  • Mulitple robotic patient monitoring options
  • 3Define cameras map the surgical site and create a "no fly zone" for optimal robotic movement
  • CT to Fluoro segmental merge registration pre-op or O-ArmTM scan and plan registration intra-op

Visibility of Navigation

Based on decades of experience, Stealth™ Navigation technology allows for real-time visualization of the implant entering the anatomy relative to the pre-operative plan. Execute the procedure intra-operatively by combining two guidance technologies in a comprehensive platform that helps you achieve your surgical goals with confidence. Navigation provides the visibility that closes the loop on the execution of the plan. 

Two surgeons using Mazor X Stealth Edition guided navigation in OR.

Navigation features include: 

  • Navigation is registered easily by taking a single non-radiographic snapshot image
  • Navigate Medtronic spinal fixation system instruments and implants through the robotic arm

DISCLAIMER: The evidence reported here refers to various Mazor robotic guidance system generations that share Mazor Core Technology. 


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