BASS 2019: Robotics will transform “state-of-the-art” in spine surgery

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Nicholas Theodore (Baltimore, USA) talks to Spinal News International about the benefits of robotics technology in spinal surgery including reducing radiation exposure to surgeons, improving accuracy and precision and ultimately allowing patients to get better faster. Theodore looks at the possible future uses of robotics technology including more soft tissue and bone work. He also addresses concerns over the expense of such technology and looks at how more facile millennials are able to pick up new technologies faster.

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