The company has also announced the completion of the first procedures in the country with the system.
Designed to offer new planning features and increased functionality for the 7D FLASH Navigation System, the new module enables the company to better serve the minimally invasive surgery (MIS) spine market.
Leveraging visible light, the system will deliver a three-dimensional image for surgical navigation within seconds.
It is claimed to be the only image guidance system that uses advanced camera-based technology along with machine-vision algorithms.
The machine-vision technology is said to reduce radiation exposure for patients and staff during open procedures.
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Orthofix Global Enabling Technologies president Dr Beau Standish said: “This launch expands the clinical functionality and utility of the 7D FLASH Navigation System by providing surgeons with a fully integrated procedural solution for MIS, including implant planning and an expanded offering of navigated tools.
“This new application addresses the important MIS spine navigation market and further positions the 7D FLASH Navigation System to be the navigation choice for a wide range of institutions, from teaching hospitals to ambulatory surgery centres.”
In January 2023, Orthofix merged with SeaSpine to create a new spine and orthopaedics company with several products.
The new entity offers a range of biologics, bone growth therapies, specialised orthopaedic solutions and spinal hardware, besides a surgical navigation system.