Proprio announces strategic partnership with Biedermann to “revolutionise” spine surgery

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Proprio has announced a “landmark” multi-phase partnership with the Biedermann Group—an innovator in next-generation spinal implant systems and procedural solutions. Initially, the companies will collaborate to integrate Biedermann’s advanced spinal implants with Proprio’s Paradigm system, which harnesses artificial intelligence (AI), computer vision and augmented reality (AR) to provide “unprecedented” real-time visualisation and guidance to surgeons in the operating room.

Proprio’s Paradigm system represents a “quantum leap” in surgical navigation, offering surgeons real-time, 3D anatomical visualisation that adapts to changes in the patient’s body positioning during the procedure, according to a press release from the company. By capturing and analysing vast amounts of data, Paradigm aims to dramatically improve surgical precision, workflow, decision-making and, ultimately, patient outcomes.

As per the recent release, the integration of Biedermann’s cutting-edge spinal implant technologies with Paradigm’s AI-driven insights and immersive 3D navigation is expected to redefine the standard of care in spine surgery. The collaboration aims to enhance surgical accuracy and efficiency, reduce radiation exposure, and provide an “unprecedented wealth” of intraoperative data to inform surgical decision-making. This partnership reflects the companies’ commitment to advancing patient care through transformative innovation, the release adds.

“This collaboration with Biedermann will further increase the Paradigm platform’s unique capabilities to positively impact patient results through data-based planning and performance,” said Gabriel Jones, chief executive officer (CEO) and co-founder of Proprio. “At Proprio, we are committed to providing surgeons with only the best possible tools. We are excited to accelerate this critical partnership with Biedermann so that clinicians and patients alike can benefit from our advanced surgical guidance capabilities.”

“We’re thrilled to work together with Proprio, given our shared commitment to producing exceptional products and technologies, and revolutionising spine surgery,” said Markku Biedermann, chairman and CEO of Biedermann Motech. “We believe that the unique combination of our next-generation implant technologies with Proprio’s advanced surgical platform will enable surgeons to accomplish things they haven’t been able to before. Our collaborative research will focus on how the fusion of technology can have a profound and beneficial impact on surgical processes and results, ultimately enhancing patient outcomes.”


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