FAQ For Patients

Understandably, patients have many questions about the procedures, as well as the advantages of having a spine surgery performed with the assistance of Mazor Robotics. Below are some common questions pertaining to surgery with Mazor Robotics technology. Please consult with your physician to determine if you or your loved one is a candidate for surgery with Mazor Robotics technology.

Patient's Questions answered abot Robotics guidance
 
What is The Renaissance® Guidance System and the Mazor X™ System?

Renaissance® and Mazor X™ are guidance systems developed by Mazor Robotics that allows surgeons to perform spine surgery–from the simplest to the most complex–safely, accurately, and efficiently while optimizing clinical outcomes. Independent scientific research has shown that using Mazor Robotics technology in minimally-invasive surgery (MIS) increases surgical accuracy, lowers clinical complication rates, reduces pain, and enables faster recovery and return to daily activities. Research has also shown its superior accuracy, up to 98.3 percent (compared to approximately 90 percent in freehand procedures), in complex surgeries such as scoliosis corrections.

How Many Procedures Have Been Performed Using Mazor Robotics Technology?
How Will My Surgeon Work With Mazor Robotics technology? Is It Independent?
What Are The Advantages Of Minimally-Invasive Surgery With Renaissance® or Mazor X?
What Are The Clinical Benefits of Mazor Robotics Technology?
How Precise Is Spine Surgery With Mazor Robotics technology?
How Safe Is Surgery With Mazor Robotics Technology?
 

Talk to your doctor today to find out if you might be a candidate for surgery with Mazor Robotics Technology.

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