Computer monitoring showing part of the spine and implants during a Deformity procedure.

DEFORMITY PROCEDURE SPINE
ROBOTICS

See a robotic-assisted procedure in action.

DEFORMITY PROCEDURES

See how the Mazor X Stealth Edition™ supports the surgeon in critical areas.

OPPORTUNITIES

TO LEARN

FROM PEERS

TRAINING DETAILS

PREDICTABILITY OF PLANNING

Planning is the foundation of robotic-guided surgery and critical to that surgery’s success. The Mazor X Stealth Edition’s integrated preoperative planning software allows the surgeon to:

  • Plan with software using an anatomy recognition algorithm that shows true axial views for each individual vertebral body
  • Choose an implant system and its size to optimize pedicle fill
  • Align implants for rod passage
  • Optimize rod contour
  • Plan S2AI screw trajectories
  • Plan trajectories for deformed anatomy

DEFORMITY

SURGICAL

PLANNING

Surgical planning video for deformity procedures using the Mazor X Stealth Edition

PRECISION OF ROBOTIC TECHNOLOGY

Executing the surgical plan is key to the successful outcome of any procedure. The robotic-guided surgical arm supports the surgeon to:

  • Place screws precisely in complex revision cases with challenging anatomy
  • Align all instrumented levels, including S2AI, to the surgical plan automatically

DEFORMITY

IMPLANT

PLACEMENT

Screenshot from video showing how implant placement works in deformity procedures using the Mazor X Stealth Edition.

VISUALIZATION OF STEALTH NAVIGATION

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:

  • Visualize the patient’s anatomy during the procedure
  • Verify instruments and implant depth
  • Complete a guidewireless procedure, eliminating the additional expense and potential complications

DEFORMITY

NAVIGATION

Screenshot from video showing how navigation works in deformity procedures using the Mazor X Stealth Edition

TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES

  • Surgeon-led, hands-on workflow lab
  • Visiting clinician program

MORE TRAINING DETAILS
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ROBOTIC-

ASSISTED

DEFORMITY PROCEDURES

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Indications:

The CD Horizon™ Spinal System with or without Sextant™  instrumentation is intended for posterior, non-cervical fixation as an adjunct to fusion for the following indications: degenerative disc disease (DDD- defined as back pain of discogenic origin with degeneration of the disc confirmed by history and radiographic studies); spondylolisthesis; trauma (i.e., fracture or dislocation); spinal stenosis; curvatures (i.e., scoliosis, kyphosis and/or lordosis); tumor; pseudarthrosis; and/or failed previous fusion. Except for hooks, when used as an anterolateral thoracic/lumbar system, the CD Horizon™ Spinal System titanium, cobalt chrome, and stainless steel implants may also be used for the same indications as an adjunct to fusion.

With the exception of DDD, the CD Horizon™ Legacy™ 3.5mm rods and associated components may be used for the aforementioned indications in skeletally mature patients as an adjunct to fusion. The 3.5mm rods may be used for the specific pediatric indications noted below.

When used for posterior non-cervical pedicle screw fixation in pediatric patients, the CD Horizon™ Spinal System  titanium, cobalt chrome, and stainless steel implants are indicated as an adjunct to fusion to treat progressive spinal deformities (i.e. scoliosis, kyphosis, or lordosis) including idiopathic scoliosis, neuromuscular scoliosis, and congenital scoliosis.  Additionally, the CD Horizon™ Spinal System is intended to treat pediatric patients diagnosed with the following conditions: spondylolisthesis/ spondylolysis, fracture caused by tumor and/or trauma, pseudarthrosis, and/or failed previous fusion. These devices are to be used with autograft and/or allograft. Pediatric pedicle screw fixation is limited to a posterior approach.

The CD Horizon™ PEEK rods are intended to provide posterior supplemental fixation when used with an interbody fusion cage for patients diagnosed with DDD. These DDD patients may also have up to Grade 1 spondylolisthesis or retrolisthesis at the involved level. This device is intended for 1-2 level use in the lumbosacral spine (L2 – S1) in skeletally mature patients. The device is intended for use with an interbody fusion cage at the instrumented level and is not intended for stand-alone use.

The CD Horizon™ Spire™ plate is a posterior, single-level, non-pedicle supplemental fixation device intended for use in the non-cervical spine (T1-S1) as an adjunct to fusion in skeletally mature patients. It is intended for plate fixation/attachment to spinous processes for the purpose of achieving supplemental fixation in the following conditions: DDD (as previously defined), spondylolisthesis, trauma, and/or tumor.

In order to achieve additional levels of fixation, the CD Horizon™ Spinal System rods may be connected to the Vertex™ Reconstruction System with the Vertex™ rod connector. Refer to the Vertex™ Reconstruction System package insert for a list of the Vertex™ indications of use.

Risks:

Risks associated with these spinal implants include loosening, disassembly, bending, and/or breakage of components.

Warning: The safety and effectiveness of this device has not been established for use as part of a growing rod construct. The device is only intended to be used when definitive fusion is being performed at all instrumented levels.

Please see the package insert for the complete list of indications, warnings, precautions, and other medical information.