Intraoperative 3D verification of implant positioning during minimally invasive spinal fusion procedure

Spinal Fusion in the Hybrid ORComplex spinal procedures with robotic image guidance

ARTIS pheno is a robotic imaging system that enables you to deliver outcomes that matter to patients undergoing spinal fusion surgery.

Ensuring safety and quality for spinal fusion

Performing spinal fusion using minimally invasive techniques requires extreme precision. Intraoperative 3D imaging is crucial for such procedures, because it helps you ensure correct screw insertion and permits corrections directly in the Hybrid OR, thereby avoiding future revision surgeries. With ARTIS pheno, you gain access to high-quality intraoperative 3D imaging that can simplify your spinal fusion workflows. The robotic C-arm system enables you to plan and deploy pedicle screws with or without an optical navigation system, allowing you to manage even complex minimally invasive spinal fusion cases with ease.

Discover our spinal fusion workflow with ARTIS pheno

ARTIS pheno allows you to focus on optimal pedicle screw placement. The system provides support throughout the spinal fusion procedure, from fast 3D scans up to individualized screw path planning, guidance, and immediate assessment of implant positioning.


    Image courtesy of Ao et al., Chi Mai Medical Center, Tainan, China 2018

    Hear what our customers are saying

    Prof. Yuichi Murayama1, MDJikei University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan
    Hiroki Ohashi1, MDJikei University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan
    Prof. Veit Braun1, MDDiakonie Klinikum Jung-Stilling, Siegen, Germany

    Review the clinical evidence

    Using image guidance for minimally invasive spinal fusion may help you work with greater precision and reduce the surgical revision rate.

    In combination with optical navigation, image-guided spine surgery with ARTIS pheno helps reduce the revision rate for minimally invasive spinal fusion procedures to less than 1%.

    Incorrectly placed implants negatively affect procedural outcomes and frequently require the patient to undergo another surgery. Access to high-quality intraoperative 2D and 3D imaging in the Hybrid OR helps you overcome this challenge. Studies show that using ARTIS pheno in combination with optical navigation can drive the revision rate for spinal fusion below 1%.2