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Perlove Medical Orthopedic Surgical Robot has assisted in nearly a hundred surgeries, primarily performing procedures such as Percutaneous Kyphoplasty (PKP), Percutaneous Pedicle Screw Fixation for Lumbar Vertebral Fractures, Lumbar Spinal Posterior Decompression and Fixation + Intervertebral Fusion, Sacral Tumor Biopsy, Bone Tissue Biopsy, Percutaneous Vertebral Augmentation + Percutaneous Pedicle Screw Fixation, and more. Perlove Medical's Orthopedic Surgical Robot has become the closest ally to spinal surgeons, providing invaluable support in minimally invasive orthopedic surgeries.
Intelligent surgcial experience
Case Presentation Lumbar Spinal Posterior Fusion and Fixation Surgery
Preoperative X-rays and MRI revealed multisegment spinal pathologies in the patient, characterized by deviations from the normal anatomical position, spinal deformities, and vertebral hypertrophy, making the surgery more challenging and demanding precision in surgical techniques. After comprehensive evaluation by the consultation team, it was decided to perform a "Lumbar Spinal Posterior Fusion and Fixation" surgery with the assistance of a surgical robot due to the patient's unique anatomical circumstances.
Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery at Its Best
Precise Planning of 14 Screws in One Go Utilizing the Perlove Medical 3D C-arm system, intraoperative three-dimensional images were obtained and transmitted to the orthopedic surgical robot workstation. Using surgical planning software, the surgeon precisely planned the positioning of 14 screws in a single session. Images: [Insert images] Compared to traditional surgery, where screw positioning requires multiple manual entries, this robot-assisted system significantly saved planning and positioning time, simplifying the surgical steps and enhancing screw placement efficiency.
Steady and Accurate
Robot-Guided Needle Insertion After establishing the surgical approach, the mechanical arm maintained a stable trajectory, allowing the surgeon to focus solely on drilling and screw placement. The needle insertion was notably stable, with sub-millimeter precision. Images: [Insert images] In contrast to traditional surgery, which requires repeated needle insertions, this robot-guided approach ensures precision and reproducibility, minimizing individual variations and reliance on the surgeon's experience.
Ensuring a Smooth Surgical Experience The C-arm verified the accuracy of the needle path, simulating the ideal screw size based on the navigation plan and ensuring the correct placement of all 14 screws within the vertebral arch, as designed preoperatively.
A Combination of 3D Imaging and Smart Navigation
Brilliant as Stars
Perlove Medical-developed 3D C-arm, in conjunction with the orthopedic surgical robot, enables intraoperative three-dimensional imaging and precise localization, streamlining complex and high-risk spinal surgeries, reducing the learning curve for surgeons.
Robot assistance enhances surgical precision and minimally invasive techniques, resulting in smaller incisions, reduced bleeding, and improved patient outcomes.
Traditional percutaneous spine screw placement often requires repeated X-ray fluoroscopy. Perlove Medical's orthopedic surgical robot, with its 3D imaging and precise localization, allows for one-time precise screw planning and placement, reducing radiation exposure for medical staff and ensuring safer surgeries.
3D imaging combined with intelligent navigation provides an efficient and intelligent full-process solution for a broader range of patients.
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