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Artificial intelligence in spine care is “here to stay”

Artificial intelligence (AI) has “tremendous potential” to revolutionise comprehensive spine care across areas including patient selection, outcome prediction, research, pre-operative workup and peri-operative assistance,...

Use of artificial intelligence to improve surgical referrals in degenerative lumbar spine conditions

Winner of the Sanford J Larson Award, Nathan Xie, presented his research, "Use of artificial intelligence to improve surgical referrals in degenerative lumbar spine...
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Artificial intelligence predicts complications better than logistic regression

A study by Jun S Kim (New York City, USA) and colleagues has demonstrated that an artificially intelligent (AI) system can better predict risk factors...
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Medtronic agrees Medicrea acquisition

Medtronic has entered into a tender offer agreement for the acquisition of all outstanding shares of Medicrea, a developer of artificial intelligence software, predictive...

Spinal News International Issue 55 – May 2020 EU Edition

Highlights: Surgeons face pent-up demand for spinal procedures following COVID-19 elective shutdown (pages 1–2) Artificial intelligence in spine care is “here to stay” (pages...

Spinal News International Issue 55 – May 2020 US Edition

Highlights: Surgeons face pent-up demand for spinal procedures following COVID-19 elective shutdown (pages 1–2) Artificial intelligence in spine care is "here to stay" (pages...

Spinal ultrasound imaging platform receives US FDA clearance

Tissue Differentiation Intelligence (TDi) has announced that it has received US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 510(k) clearance for the SonoVision ultrasound platform, designed...

Technology and the changing role of the spine surgeon

Virtual reality, including 3D imaging, will play an increasing role in planning complex spinal deformity surgery in the near future, according to Lawrence Lenke...
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Medicrea in discussions over potential US strategic partnerships

The Medicrea Group has announced that it is in active discussions with potential US strategic partners in the spine industry with the intention to...
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Medicrea receives seven US patents for UNiD spinal AI platform

Medicrea has announced that the US Patent Office has recently issued the company seven additional patents related to the UNiD ASI proprietary technology platform. The...

AI-based classification may guide preoperative decisions in ASD patients

Hierarchical clustering of patient data using artificial intelligence (AI) can identify patterns that may guide preoperative decision-making in adult spinal deformity (ASD) surgery by...

BIBA Briefings: Novel device seeks to overcome paralysis by “bypassing” nervous system

Synchron recently announced the first successful implant of its minimally-invasive neural interface technology (Stentrode) as part of a trial evaluating the safety and efficacy of...

Operative versus non-operative decision-making of experienced surgeons “may be emulated with trained AI algorithms”

A recent study developed models capable of “excellent discrimination” between operative and non-operative management of patients based solely on baseline preoperative values. According to...

Medicrea announces FDA clearance of Tulip Genesis

The Medicrea Group announced today that it has received FDA clearance for Tulip Genesis, which completes its UNiD ASI platform technology. With the FDA clearance...

VR and simulation: The secret to better medical education and safer surgery?

Daniel Spencer is a business manager at Charlton Morris, an executive search firm specialising in orthopaedics, spine and simulation. He argues that while adoption...

HoloSurgical announces first surgical procedure utilising ARAI system

A successful first-in-human surgical procedure utilising ARAI, an augmented reality and artificial intelligence based surgical navigation system (HoloSurgical) has been carried out. The ARAI is...

Digital healthcare partnership aims to reduce low back pain

Swedish digital healthcare provider, Min Doktor, and Kaia Health, a digital therapeutics company, have partnered to offer back pain treatment through a mobile application....
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Medicrea achieves 3,000 surgery milestone with UNiD ASI and patient-specific implants

Medicrea has announced that the 3,000th surgery utilising Medicrea’s patient-specific UNiD ASI technology has been successfully completed. Five years after its initial launch, over 3,000...
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Costs curbing the rise of robotics in spinal surgery

The era of routine robotic-assisted spinal surgery is on the horizon. Despite the hype, however, there remains little market penetration, with affordability and the degree...
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NuVasive unveils spine’s first integrated surgical automation platform

NuVasive has announced the Pulse surgical automation platform has received 510(k) clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Pulse is the foundation...

Jack Zigler

Jack Zigler is the medical director of the Texas Back Institute, Plano, USA, and is the associate editor of the International Journal of Spine Surgery. He spoke to Spinal News International about his career achievements and research interests.

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