Reinventing Medical Treatment
to improve surgical outcomes
«Serving patients through the development of robotic surgical platforms »
This is how we sum up our ambition. We are a company in the service of healthcare and our mission consists of extending the use of medical technologies to a larger scale for the benefit of patients.
The ROSA® robot is fully involved in establishing minimally invasive neurosurgical techniques and improves the whole experience of surgery. It is a source of added benefits for the patient, the surgeon and the health facility.
Benefits for the patient :
- Increased safety and precision
- Simplified pre-operative procedures due to a contactless registration system ***
- Less invasive procedures: less bleeding, reduced risk of infection and pain
*** Registration is the stage in which the patient’s position is recorded in space to make sure the instruments are correctly positioned during surgery according to the planning performed done beforehand. The patient is usually identified with bone inserts or a stereotactic frame attached to the patient's skull.
“I went straight home. No rehab. No complications. There was a little pain, but I had a lot more pain before the surgery,”
“I was the first patient to have ROSA-assisted surgery at Miami Valley Hospital. My doctor’s Dr. To ...
Shawn Smith's son Aaron has a better life thanks to ROSA.
"It's been like night and day compared to where he was, and where he is at now," his father Mathew Smith said.
"He could have anywhere from 10 seizures a day, right ...
“You’ve got to weigh your options. You either deal with having seizures or try and improve your life. It’s definitely working: going from three seizures a week, and I’ve only had three since they turned it on’’
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