Conditions treated

  • Hydrocephalus
  • Generalized dystonia
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Cavernoma

Advantages of the device

ROSA® acts as a kind of “GPS” for the skull, and may be used for various types of cranial intervention requiring surgical planning based on pre-operative data, precise location of the patient’s anatomy and accurate positioning and handling of instruments.
The device assists the surgeon with a wide variety of medical indications and surgical interventions such as biopsies, electrode implantation for functional procedures (stimulation of the cerebral cortex, deep brain stimulation), open skull surgical procedures requiring a navigation device, endoscopic interventions and any other “key-hole” procedures.

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

  • Simplify surgical procedures by doing away with a stereotactic frame or other landmarks fixed to the patient’s head
  • Improve the patient’s well-being  by means of less invasive interventions
  • Facilitate accessibility to the patient’s head: the robot arm’s six axes offer greater freedom of movement
  • Optimize the precision of instrument guidance thanks to the robot arm’s dexterity
  • Give the surgeon better perception of the surgical field with the help of real-time instrument tracking on pre-operative images, and haptic capacities
  • Increase the safety of surgical procedures thanks to the precision and repeatability of ROSA®’s proprietary robotic technology
  • Reduce the operating time thanks to the system’s ease of use
  • Cover a very wide spectrum of indications for neurosurgery

Clinical benefits

The ROSA® robot is fully involved in establishing minimally invasive neurosurgical 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 neurosurgeon
Benefits for the health establishment
Mark Shaker EN

“Our hospital previously purchased two ROSA® Brain systems in 2015 for our Neuroscience Institute and for training in our Brethen Center for Surgical Advancement in Robotics and Minimally Invasive Surgery. We are thrilled to be the fi

Dr David Gonda, Rady Children's Hospital

Dr. David Gonda, Director of Surgical Epilepsy at Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego, introduces a new assistant in the operating room named ROSA™, a highly advanced surgical robot assistant.

Development of an SEEG Program in Pediatric Epilepsy Surgery EN

This session, hosted by Medtech Surgical, features a discussion on the advancements in epilepsy surgery with a focus on pediatrics utilizing the ROSA® system

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