Advantages of the device


Combined with an intra-operative imaging system, ROSA® positions the instruments according to the pre-defined planning. Its advanced planning, navigation and dynamic guidance functionalities make it easier to perform minimally invasive spine surgery. The robot assists the surgeon in the context of a wide range of indications and symptoms (degenerative spine diseases, traumatology, deformities and spinal tumors etc.).


With our robotic device for spine procedures it is possible to :

 

  • Improve the patient’s well-being by means of less invasive interventions
  • Optimize the precision of instrument guidance thanks to the robot arm’s dexterity
  • Follow a planned trajectory in real time in spite of the patient’s body movements
  • Give the surgeon better perception of the surgical field with the help of real-time instrument tracking on the pre-operative images and haptic capacities
  • Reinforce the safety of surgical procedures, thanks to the precision and repeatability of ROSA®’s proprietary robotic technology
  • Cover a very wide spectrum of indications for spine surgery.

Clinical benefits


The ROSA® robot is fully involved in establishing minimally invasive surgical techniques and improves the whole experience of surgery. It is a source of extra benefits for the patient, the surgeon and the health facility.

Benefits for the patient
Benefits for the surgeon
Benefits for the health facility
Testimonials
MIchel Lefranc, neurochirurgien au CHU Amiens EN

« The ROSA® robot is remarkable for its extreme precision and surprising adaptability to various neurosurgical interventions ».

Affliated documents for ROSA® Spine
  • pdf ROSA® Spine Brochure Download
    October 03, 2016 - 1.19 MB — pdf
  • pdf Minimally Invasive Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion with the ROSA Spine Robot and Intraoperative Flat-Panel CT guidance Download

    M. LEFRANC and al.

    Amiens University Hospital

    Acta Neurochirurgica, March 2016

    September 24, 2016 - 432.92 KB — pdf
  • pdf Robot-Assisted Spine Surgery: Feasibility Study through a Prospective Case-Matched Analysis Download

    N.LONJON and al.

    Montpellier University Hospital

    European Spine Journal, January 2015

    September 24, 2016 - 1.46 MB — pdf