Ensure the optimal trajectory for your patient's pedicle screws.
Have full control on the drilling depth to be sure you reach the vertebral body and nothing else.
You will know in advance the needed screws and if your patient has some pedicles that require extra attention.
Get a detailed digital Surgery including the information you need for pedicle screws positioning
Receive a complete digital surgery report describing the most optimal screws diameter and length for every vertebral level.
Get all needed information information regarding any hypoplasic pedicle or any oder possible anatomical irregularities
Go one step forward with our Patient Specific Central PIN Positioning Guide
Get a set of Patient Specific Guides, one for each vertebrae, to control the drilling depth and direction. You will also get all the needed instruments to perform the drilling and ensure the guide position
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This solution is appropriate for the treatment of Degenerative disc disease, spinal stenosis, scoliosis and fractures
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Scientific evidence: Marengo, N., Matsukawa, K., Monticelli, M., Ajello, M., Pacca, P., Cofano, F., Penner, F., Zenga, F., Ducati, A. and Garbossa, D., 2019. Cortical Bone Trajectory Screw Placement Accuracy with a Patient-Matched 3-Dimensional Printed Guide in Lumbar Spinal Surgery: A Clinical Study. World Neurosurgery, 130, pp.e98-e104.
Matsukawa, K., Kaito, T. and Abe, Y., 2019. Accuracy of cortical bone trajectory screw placement using patient-specific template guide system. Neurosurgical Review, 43(4), pp.1135-1142.
Cecchinato, R., Berjano, P., Zerbi, A., Damilano, M., Redaelli, A. and Lamartina, C., 2019. Pedicle screw insertion with patient-specific 3D-printed guides based on low-dose CT scan is more accurate than free-hand technique in spine deformity patients: a prospective, randomized clinical trial. European Spine Journal, 28(7), pp.1712-1723.
Tong, Y., Kaplan, D., Spivak, J. and Bendo, J., 2020. Three-dimensional printing in spine surgery: a review of current applications. The Spine Journal, 20(6), pp.833-846.
Ribera-Navarro, A., Gibson, A., Shenoy, R., Cunningham, G., Vakharia, V., Moazen, M. and Kalaskar, D., 2021. Critical analysis for a safe design of 3D printed Patient-Specific Surgical Guides (PSSG) for pedicle screw insertion in spinal deformities. Annals of 3D Printed Medicine, 3, p.100022.