NuVasive, a company based in San Diego, California, is releasing its Pulse system. The product combines a number of technologies, including neuromonitoring, global alignment, rod bending, imaging with radiation reduction, and navigation, to help surgeons perform spinal procedures.
The system is intended to be the core procedural component of any spinal surgery, which helps to result in faster, more accurate, and efficient operations.
Having the various relevant modules integrated provides for improved workflow, while Pulse’s expandable software architecture can accept future robotic and other upgrades.(source)
Pulse has been designed to scale with you. The platform’s modular architecture allows for flexible technology packages. This enables surgeons to select the exact tools they need to address specific pathologies and spine surgeries.
NuVasive, Inc. (NASDAQ: NUVA) and Siemens Healthineers today announced a strategic partnership focused on technology development, marketing and commercial activities to advance clinical outcomes in minimally invasive spine surgery. NuVasive is an innovation leader in spine health technology, focused on transforming spine surgery with minimally disruptive, predictable and clinically reproducible procedurally-integrated solutions, while Siemens Healthineers offers surgeons a broad portfolio of imaging systems including 3D imaging for complex spine cases.
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