SPINAL SURGICAL NAVIGATION StealthStation S8 Surgical Navigation System

The intuitive StealthStation™ S8 system enables clear visualization and surgical navigation of every segment in the spine. Whether your practice make up is single-level degenerative, deformity correction, lateral access, or cervical procedures — the StealthStation™ S8 system can streamline your surgical workflow. The complete procedural solution seamlessly integrates with the broad portfolio of Medtronic navigated spinal instruments and implants.

StealthStation S8 Spine or Product Detail

Visualize the unique spinal anatomy of each patient and enjoy the flexibility to choose from a wide range of spinal instruments and implants for the procedures you perform. The system seamlessly integrates with more than 200 Stealth-navigated instruments and implants — our unmatched portfolio includes everything from needles for percutaneous access and Stealth-Midas™ high speed drills, to drivers and inserters for spinal implant placement.

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During spine surgeries using the StealthStation S8 navigation system, you’ll have the option to preset trajectory projections, modify instrument transparency for optimal visualization, and preselect implants on whichever drivers or inserters you choose. Every navigated instrument has an on-screen tool card controls for easy and fast access.

From planning your incision to placing your implants; from cervical to iliac; from percutaneous to open; the StealthStation S8 Spine Solution equips you with precise instrument and implant tracking.

The StealthStation S8 system’s compatibility  with a variety of intraoperative imaging devices and implant therapies offer you many benefits in the OR:

  • View the unique anatomy of your patient, then choose the precise implant for each spinal level and side to achieve the best biomechanical strength for your construct.
  • Save virtual screw positions to streamline rod placement.
  • Plan your access, osteotomies, and implant trajectories intraoperatively.
  • Save your procedures and preferences for greater consistency and speed.
  • Adopt advanced techniques for complex and minimally invasive cases with navigated  instrumentation designed for each step of your spinal procedure.
  • Integrate seamlessly  with the  O-arm imaging system for confirmation of implant placement and automatic patient registration before leaving the OR.


Your Stealth-navigated instrument choices are displayed just the way you need them.

StealthStation S8 Spine Instrument Display Product Detail


Streamline your procedures with seamless instrument exchange — the system allows you to actively navigate one instrument while configurations of another are changed. With a portfolio of over 200 navigated instruments and implants, the StealthStation S8 system is versatile and a perfect option for hospitals with multiple spine surgeons.

StealthStation S8 Spine Instrument Management Product Detail


StealthStation S8 navigation integrates with the O-arm imaging system, replacing intraoperative fluoroscopy with a fluid, 3-D-navigated, surgical experience while minimizing surgeon and staff radiation exposure.

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StealthStation S8 offers you flexibility in any spinal procedure — from single-level fusions to the most complex spine cases. Its two-cart design adapts to a wide-range of spinal workflows giving your OR team the flexibility to position the Stealth carts relative to patient position, surgical approach, case type, and, of course, your preferences.

Advanced techniques for complex cases and simplified instrumentation for challenging anatomy:

  • Cortical screw trajectory assisted by real-time anatomical visualization.
  • Lateral access: Viewing the patient’s 3-D anatomy in real time during your procedure means less time with tedious patient positioning.
  • Percutaneous approaches: Use virtual projections instead of costly guidewires.
  • Complex anatomy: View 3-D, real-time information when approaching the sacral ala, thoracic pedicles, deformed vertebrae, and the posterior cervical spine.
  • Complex revisions: With referencing designed specifically for revision cases, find and assess anatomy when traditional landmarks have been removed or damaged.