Spine Surgical Navigation System
Features & Benefits
Elite in details
Tracking and navigating in sub-millimeter accuracy
Large angle rotatable and large size LCD monitor for easy image reviewing
Screws’trajectory and position planning
Displaying real-time modified plan and mechanical sensor feeback
Overall design of workstation and optical measurement camera helps to maximize space in the OR
Navigate the instrumentation guide to the right position through pre-op plan
State-of-art robotic arm and built-in force sensor provide high accruateinstrumentation
Perlove Medical is the first manufacturer in China that combines intraoperative 3D imaging C-arm and spine surgical navigation system.
Equipped with the intraoperative 3 D imaging C arm system which independently developed and produced by Perlove, PL300B, which integrated with self-adaptive calibration technology, can realize image automatic registration, and automatically establishes the association of three coordinate systems, the optical position gauge, the patient and the image.
No manual intervention is required in registration process, and the accuracy is not affected by the image quality. It brings stron-ger system compatibility, more accurate coordination matching and more convenient calibration.
The software utilize 3D image to make surgcial plan for the ideal screw position, calibers and instrumentation trajectory.
Surgical arm can be precisely sent to the right position through well planned trajectory, ensuring consistency between pre-op surgicalplan and intra-op surgical outcome.
Real time motion tracking and position modifing, ensuring precise screw placement.
The smart navigation system and robotic arm deliver high degree ofaccuracy, effectively decreasing complication rate and revision rate.
Equipped with cutting-edge optical tracking sensor and robotic arm,PL300B utilize intraoperative 3D based imageto make pre-operative plan, allowing surgeon to performspinal MIS with submillimeter accurate navigation.Especially for high-risk and complex procedure, it hasobvious advantages and can effectively reduce surgicalrisk.
Extend the capability of MIS
With the reference percutaneously fixed to the patient,additionalinjury can be largely avoided, making the patient recovery fast afterthe surgery.
In traditional open approach spinal surgery, wider incision is necessaryto expose cnough anatomy for surgeon.However, small incision of only1-2cm will give enough space for instrumentation in robotic assistedsurgery, saving 50% surgical time, reducing 95%blood loss with a lowcomplication rate.
Simplify surgical workflow
PL300B is capable to have multiple pedicle screws trajectoryplanned in a single operation compared with traditional openapproach, saving surgical time spent and improving screw place-ment efficiency.
User friendly navigation software interface, eliminating uncertaintyof complex spinal surgery, creating a standardized surgical work-flow with reduced learning curve.
Planning for multiple vertebral levels，enabling visualization ofcntry point,screw angle and trajectory for various spinal procedure(e.g.PKP,LIF)
Intelligent surgical experience carry outsafe and convenient surgical outcome
Overall design of optical camera and monitor cart brings out smaller footprint and more flexible maneuverability.
Medical grade articulating monitors provide multiple observation perspective with delicacy clarity.
Precise surgical planning operation carried out by robotic arm, greatly saving surgeon’s enegry in long duration operation.
Surgical plans are conducted by surgeon and carried out by navigation system.
Built-in motion simulation and mechanical sensor enable the robotic arm to stop moving immediately when it encounters an obstacle, preventing collision accident.
Lower radiation level Shorter surgical duration
In robotic-assisted surgery, the total amount of radiation dose,fluoroscopy duration and times are greatly reduced, bring safetyand care for both patient and surgeon.
The radiation level in robotic assisted surgery is only 18% of free hand surgery
The fluoroscopy time for each screw placement in robotic assistedsurgery is 2.3s compared with 39s in free hand surgery， whichgreatly reduce operative time, improving 30% surgery efficiency.
T2,T4 pedicle screw fixationin robotic-assisted surgery
Description: Male, 45 years old
Surgery: Spinal tumor separation with T2,T4 pedicle screw fixation
Numbers of screws: 4
L4, L5 pedicle screw fixation in robotic assisted surgery
Description: Femle, 50 years old
Surgery:L4,L5 pedicle screw fixation
Numbers of screws: 4