Mazor Robotics, a provider of revolutionary surgical robots and complementary products, recently declared that its Renaissance system has been procured by Parker Adventist Hospital, which is a 140-bed community hospital located in metropolitan Denver, Colorado. Parker Adventist Hospital is a division of Centura Health System, which is Colorado’s extensive hospital and healthcare network.
At present, Parker Adventist Hospital is the onlyhospital in its area to provide Renaissance system-based spine surgery.
According to the CEO of Mazor Robotics, Ori Hadomi, the company’s Renaissance system has been selected by Blue Cross Blue Shield’s Blue Distinction Center for Spine Surgery- designated Parker Adventist Hospital. Denver is a major market for spine surgery, and the installation of Renaissance system at this Denver-based hospital has enabled Mazor Robotics to venture within this market.
Mazor Robotics’ advanced surgical guidance system for spine procedures ‘Renaissance’ revolutionizes spine surgery by shifting freehand operations to a highly-precision, contemporary procedures that generate less radiation for minimally invasive surgery, and scoliosis. It is also effective for other complex spinal deformity cases. It serves to be a unique, readily-available robotic technology for spine surgery.
Mazor Robotics creates and commercializes innovative surgical robots and complementary products for rapid and convenient surgical environment for surgeons, patients, and operating room staff. Renaissance is the flagship product of Mazor Robotics. This next-generation surgical robotic system allows surgeons to perform precise and safe spine surgeries.