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See how the Mazor™ supports the surgeon in critical areas.
Planning is the foundation of robotic-guided surgery and critical to that surgery’s success. The Mazor’s integrated preoperative planning software allows the surgeon to:
Executing the surgical plan is key to the successful outcome of any procedure. The robotic-guided surgical arm supports the surgeon to:
Maintaining visual contact with the patient’s anatomy throughout the surgery supports optimal results. The integrated Mazor X Stealth Edition navigation empowers the surgeon to:
The Mazor X is indicated for precise positioning of surgical instruments or spinal implants during general spinal surgery. It may be used in open or minimally-invasive or percutaneous procedures. Mazor X 3D imaging capabilities provide a processing and conversion of 2D fluoroscopic projections from standard C-arms into a volumetric 3D image. It is intended to be used whenever the clinician and/or patient benefits from generated 3D imaging of high-contrast objects. The Mazor X Navigation tracks the position of instruments, during spinal surgery, in relation to the surgical anatomy and identifies this position on diagnostic or intraoperative images of a patient. Contraindications: Do not use the Mazor X system with any patient who has been diagnosed or is suspected of having Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD).
Risks: The potential complications for Mazor X Sacroiliac Thoracolumbar Procedures identified by Medtronic include, but are not limited to: General surgical complications, pain, inflammation, insufficient treatment, infection, tissue or bone damage, bleeding or blood loss, hematoma, electric shock, cerebrospinal fluid leakage or fistula, brain or nerve damage, permanent or transient neurological deficit, death.