Mazor Robotics Ltd., a developer of innovative surgical robots and complementary products, today announced that its Russia distribution partner, Neuroproject, placed an order for a Renaissance™ system to be used at the N. N. Blokhin Cancer Research Center, located in Moscow.
The internationally recognized Oncology Research Centre N.N. Blokhin is one of the most important centers for research and treatment of oncological diseases in the Russian Federation.
“We have had great success in the past placing Mazor’s first generation products in the Russian market, and we are quite excited about the potential to install its Renaissance system into additional hospitals and research centers,” commented Ilya Dubinin, Sales Director of the Neuroproject. “By all accounts, Renaissance is performing at the highest level in terms of safety and success, so Russia’s healthcare system, wanting to have the best care for its citizenry, will likely add to the growing list of global markets with multiple systems.”
“We are delighted to have installed our first Renaissance™ system in Russia, especially to such an esteemed research facility,” commented Ori Hadomi, CEO. “Furthermore, and based on the success of our distribution partner, Neuroproject, to have previously placed four SpineAssist systems, we are encouraged that we will have further success penetrating the Russian and CIS markets.”
Neuroproject Ltd. is one of the leaders in working with governmental healthcare institutions in the field of neurosurgery and oncology in Russia. Neuroproject was established by professionals who have worked for more than 15 years in the medical market in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). The company represents several European and American manufacturers of medical technology products and consumables.
Renaissance, Mazor Robotics’ next generation surgical guidance system for spine procedures, is transforming spine surgery from freehand operations to highly-accurate, state-of-the-art procedures, with less radiation – even for minimally invasive surgery, scoliosis, and other complex spinal deformity cases. It is the only robotic technology for spine surgery available in the marketplace.