A Technical Overview In Perlove Robotics in Spine Surgery


Discover a cutting-edge advancement in the field of spinal surgery – the Spinal Surgery Navigation Robot. This revolutionary technology combines precision, innovation, and patient care to redefine the landscape of spinal procedures.

Designed to enhance surgical accuracy and streamline complex spinal interventions, the Navigation Robot serves as a guiding assistant to surgeons. Through its state-of-the-art imaging and navigation systems, it provides real-time, high-resolution visualizations of the patient’s anatomy. This enables surgeons to meticulously plan and execute procedures with unparalleled precision.


  • Accuracy is ≤1.5mm.
  • Surgeries it primarily assists with: 
    spinal correction surgery
    cervical spine surgery
    tumor surgery
    sacroiliac joint fixation surgery
    and thoracolumbar spine surgery
  • Equipment Requirements:

The device is designed to be used in conjunction with a mobile three-dimensional C-arm X-ray machine, utilizing high-precision robotic arm navigation for precise surgical path localization and stable manipulation. It facilitates accurate localization of the surgical path and provides stable handling throughout the procedure.

  • Applicable body regions and surgical procedures:

It is suitable for spinal surgery and related procedures, taking vertebral pedicle screw internal fixation surgery (e.g., cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine) as an example. The robotic arm assists the surgeon in guiding the positioning and stabilization of Kirschner wires and screws. Compared to traditional surgery, robot-assisted surgery reduces the incision size from approximately 30 centimeters (front and back) to around 2 centimeters. This results in a reduction of over 50% in surgical time, more than a 95% decrease in blood loss, and a significant reduction in the occurrence of surgical complications. Additionally, it minimizes unnecessary X-ray radiation exposure during surgery, thereby protecting the health of both medical professionals and patients.

In spinal surgery, whether it’s an open or minimally invasive procedure, this robot assists by providing precise navigation and positioning of instruments and implants through preoperative planning and real-time intraoperative tracking using a robotic arm.

Key Features:

Accurate Navigation:

The robot’s advanced navigation algorithms ensure pinpoint accuracy during spinal procedures, assisting surgeons in identifying critical structures and planning optimal trajectories.

Real-time Imaging:

High-definition imaging capabilities offer instant, detailed insights into the patient’s anatomy, allowing surgeons to make informed decisions on the spot.

Minimally Invasive Approach:

By enabling minimally invasive techniques, the Navigation Robot reduces tissue disruption, post-operative pain, and recovery time for patients.

Customized Planning:

Surgeons can pre-plan procedures using 3D models and simulations, tailoring approaches to each patient’s unique anatomy for the best possible outcomes.

Enhanced Safety:

The robot’s real-time feedback and alerts provide an additional layer of safety, preventing potential complications and ensuring optimal results.

Surgeon Collaboration:

The Navigation Robot fosters collaborative teamwork, allowing surgeons to share insights and strategies in real time, leading to collective expertise and improved patient care.

Incorporating the Spinal Surgery Navigation Robot into your medical practice is a testament to your commitment to excellence. It empowers your surgical team with the tools needed to achieve the highest level of accuracy and patient satisfaction in spinal surgeries.


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