SpineMap Goaugmented fluoroscopy software

Get the best of both worlds. Using just one C-arm, SpineMap Go for image-guided spinal surgery combines the traditional fluoroscopic views you trust with live, navigated instrumentation.

Think of it as your “happy medium” – the noninvasive patient tracking you want without a 3D imaging device or significant change in workflow. Just capture initial registration, remove the C-arm and proceed freely without bulky equipment in your way. By arming you with live tool tracking and C-arm guidance, SpineMap Go also helps you reduce localization shots and associated radiation exposure. With these advantages, SpineMap Go aims to enhance precision and outcomes while giving you a smoother, more pleasant surgical experience.

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Features and benefits

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Perfectly integrated with the Stryker NAV3i Platform

  • Proprietary navigation camera with active technology
  • 32″ high-definition surgeon monitor
  • Navigation camera arm with large range of motion for easy adaptation to various procedures and approaches
  • Footprint and overall design that maximize OR space
  • Uninterruptible power supply (maximum six minutes)

References
1. Stryker interal data on file. Kalamazoo, MI. December 2018.

Resources

SpineMap Go Prospect Brochure

SpineMap Go Prospect brochure

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SpineMap Go Biplanar slick

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SpineMap Go C-arm Guidance slick

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SpineMap Go Comparison 2D to 3D slick

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