The system will combine clinical intelligence, advanced image recognition, and 3D printing to enable earlier surgical intervention delivering personalized implants to patients with complex, multi-level spinal alignment deviation, according to San Diego-based Carlsmed. The system is designed to work with traditional, MIS and robotic surgical techniques. Possible results include better patient outcomes and quality of life, reduction in the use of opioids for pain management, as well as decreased overall surgical costs to the patient, surgeon and hospital/surgery center.
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