Why use a spinal surgery robot for vertebroplasty


Perlove Medical spinal surgery robot can be widely used in multi-segment spinal surgery, assisting doctors to locate the site of the lesion, providing preoperative surgical process planning for spinal surgery (percutaneous vertebroplasty, pedicle screw internal fixation and other surgeries), visual guidance of the position and angle of the nail, simulation of the simulation into the nail to assist and so on. Next, we will talk about the Spine Surgery Robot, which is used in spinal surgery to assist in the completion of spinal vertebroplasty.

Perlove Medical Spine Surgery Robot

What is Vertebroplasty?

Vertebroplasty, known as Percutaneous vertebra pasty (PVP), is a minimally invasive spinal surgery that involves making a small incision of about 3mm on the skin surface, and then injecting cement (polymethylmethacrylate) into the diseased vertebrae after surgical tools have entered the diseased vertebral body through the incision along the bony structures to alleviate the patient’s pain, restore vertebral body height, and strengthen the vertebral body. The injection of bone cement (polymethylmethacrylate) into the diseased vertebral body can relieve pain, restore the height of the vertebral body, increase the stability of the vertebral body, and strengthen the vertebral body.

Principles of Vertebroplasty

Why do vertebroplasty with a spinal surgery robot?

At present, orthopaedic surgery is generally “dangerous, difficult, blind, lack of” four major problems. Dangerous: adjacent to important blood vessels and nerves; difficult: narrow space in the operating area, difficult to operate the instruments; blind: the eyes can not see the actual operation area, to imagine the structure of the bones in the brain; lack of: the lack of personalised surgical plan for the patient.

Spine surgery is known as “dancing on the tip of the knife”, these four problems are particularly prominent, spine surgery has always been extremely dependent on the operation of the doctor, the entire spine surgery on the doctor’s energy is also a small test. For young spine surgeons, it is difficult for them to perform spine surgery on their own without many years of study and familiarity from hundreds of surgeries.

Through the use of spine surgery robot-assisted navigation and positioning technology, before spine surgery, spine surgeons can carry out targeted planning based on the patient’s 3D C-arm image, and in spine surgery, the spine surgery robot is responsible for accurately moving the robotic arm to the puncture path preset by the spine surgery planning before, with a margin of error of less than 1 millimetre, so that ” so that the doctor can “see clearly, implement accurately and operate smoothly”.


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