Perlove Medical’s Spine Surgery Robot Assists in Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery


With an aging population and changes in modern lifestyles, the incidence of orthopedic diseases in China continues to rise, particularly the number of patients with spinal conditions. The spine, being a crucial structure and nerve conduction hub of the human body, presents a highly complex and risky surgical challenge. To address this challenge, Perlove Medical has launched the Spine Surgery Robot System, designed to enhance surgical precision, efficiency, and safety through digital and intelligent technologies.

A New Era in Spinal Surgery: Predictable, High Precision, and Fully Visualized

Traditional spinal surgeries are fraught with “blind spots,” posing potential safety risks and affecting treatment outcomes and patient recovery due to postoperative complications. These surgeries heavily rely on scanning images and the surgeon’s experience, limiting talent development and the learning curve for new surgeons. The application of the Spine Surgery Robot System, with its advanced digital navigation technology, addresses these shortcomings, significantly reducing intraoperative risks and optimizing surgical outcomes.

Perlove Medical Spine Surgery Robot

The Perlove Medical Spine Surgery Robot integrates multiple advanced technologies, including preoperative planning, precise intraoperative robotic operation, and navigated surgical visualization, to help clinicians achieve accurate surgical goals.

“Eye”: Optical Positioning Device

With sub-millimeter positioning accuracy, it automatically completes spatial registration between the equipment and the lesion, and tracks the spatial positions of each module in real-time. It also monitors the angle and depth of surgical instruments to ensure safety during surgery.

“Brain”: Navigation Positioning System Software

It provides preoperative planning functions, helping doctors quickly locate lesions and develop surgical plans. The system supports automatic image segmentation, intelligent annotation, and fully automatic image registration technologies.

“Hand”: Six-Axis Robotic Arm

The robotic arm has six degrees of freedom, offering flexible and variable positioning capabilities to cover a wide range of surgical operations. It meets the needs for puncture and screw placement from different angles, ensuring extremely high stability and precision, eliminating the instability of manual operations.

At the Second Affiliated Hospital of Nanjing Medical University, Director Wang Boyao and his team successfully completed a complex thoracic vertebral fracture percutaneous pedicle screw fixation surgery with the assistance of the Perlove Medical Spine Surgery Robot. The surgery featured small incisions, minimal bleeding, no paraspinal muscle dissection, and quick recovery, achieving satisfactory results comparable to open surgery while significantly reducing postoperative back pain incidence.

Spine Surgery Robot Planning Solution

Intraoperative Use of the Spine Surgery Robot

Traditionally, surgeons relied on three-dimensional images and their experience for internal planning. Now, with the “brain” of the spine surgery robot – artificial intelligence software – surgeons can conduct comprehensive preoperative planning, increasing the success and safety of surgeries. The Perlove Medical Spine Surgery Robot not only provides advanced technological support for complex spinal surgeries but also marks a significant step towards intelligent and precise medical services, improving patient treatment experiences and accelerating recovery processes.


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