One hundred spinal surgeries have successfully been performed with MedTech’s Rosa Spine robotic-assistive device for minimally-invasive surgery of the spine.
Surgeries using Rosa Spine have been performed by:
– Michel Lefranc, a neurosurgeon at Amiens-Picardy University Hospital (France)
– Michael Winking at Klinikum Osnarbrück (Germany)
– Juan Torres-Reveron at Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton, Ohio (United States)
– Carlos Botella at Hospital La Fe à Valencia (Spain)
The 100th case was performed by Michel Lefranc. “Having performed several procedures with Rosa Spine, I have been extremely pleased with its accuracy and versatility,” says Lefranc. “The assistance of the robot allows the surgeon to perform the surgery as it was previously planned.”
Rosa Spine received CE mark in 2014 and was granted US Food and Drug Administration clearance in January 2016.