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Johns Hopkins surgeons perform spinal fusion using xvision augmented reality guidance

Augmedics has announced that its xvision Spine System (XVS), augmented reality guidance system has been successfully used for the first time in a spinal...
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Study suggests augmented reality could be widely applied in spinal surgery

Microscope-based augmented reality (AR) can be applied successfully to various kinds of spinal procedures, and improves anatomical orientation during surgery, as well as offering...
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FDA approves xvision augmented reality spine surgery system

Augmedics has announced that it has received US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 510(k) clearance for its xvision Spine system (XVS), an augmented reality...
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Wearable devices utilising augmented reality will “disrupt the surgical landscape”

With the introduction of new wearables designed for intraoperative use, such as the Hololens (Microsoft) head-up display, there has been considerable interest in bringing...

Augmented reality surgical navigation technology enables high accuracy pedicle screw placement

A recent study reports that new technology utilising augmented reality surgical navigation can be clinically used to place pedicle screws, enabling both high accuracy...

Precision insertion of sacroiliac screws using an augmented reality-based navigation system is feasible and...

  An experienced orthopaedic surgeon was able to successfully and accurately place percutaneous sacroiliac screws into a number of cadavers using a new augmented reality...

Precision insertion of sacroiliac screws using an augmented reality-based navigation system is feasible and...

An experienced orthopaedic surgeon was able to successfully and accurately place percutaneous sacroiliac screws into a number of cadavers using a new augmented reality (AR) navigation system.

World-first Microsoft HoloLens augmented-reality discectomy takes place in USA

Novarad’s OpenSight augmented reality system has been used in what the company believes may be the first surgical use of Microsoft’s HoloLens. An automated...

First clinical cases performed using Philips’ augmented-reality surgical navigation system

Philips' new augmented reality system has been used in clinical practice for the first time at the Karolinska University Hospital, Solna, Sweden. “This new technology allows...

First clinical use of Philips’ augmented-reality surgical navigation system takes place

The first clinical cases using a new surgical navigation system have been successfully treated at Karolinska University Hospital, Solna, Sweden. The technology uses high-resolution optical...

Philips announces new augmented-reality surgical navigation system

Philips has announced the development of an augmented-reality surgical navigation technology, designed to help surgeons perform image-guided open and minimally-invasive spine surgery. The technology uses...

IMAST 2020 reaches a digital audience

With the 2020 edition of the Annual Meeting on Advanced Spine Techniques (IMAST 2020; July 6–December 31) being the meeting’s first ever digital-only event,...

How will technology shape spinal surgery during the next decade?

The last decade proved to be a turning point in the use of advanced technologies in spinal surgery, with developments in areas such as...

Taking NASS to the global stage

Outgoing North American Spine Society (NASS) president Jeffrey Wang (Keck School of Medicine, Los Angeles, USA) talks to Spinal News International about the organisation’s...
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NASS 2019: Brainlab introduces mobile intraoperative imaging robot

Brainlab has unveiled Loop-X, the first mobile intraoperative imaging robot, at NASS 2019 (34th Annual North American Spine Society Meeting; 25–28 September, Chicago, USA)....

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...
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Spinal News International Issue 49 – November 2018

Highlights: Costs curbing the rise of robotics in spinal surgery Augmented reality surgical navigation technology enables high accuracy pedicle screw placement Eurospine audience sceptical...

NSpine publishes preliminary programme

The preliminary programme for NSpine (12-15 June; London, UK) has been published online. The programme features sessions from BioSpine, the European Journal of Spine and...

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