REDEFINING NAVIGATION ACCURACY
Continuous anatomical tracking for spinal surgeries in real-time
A NEW LEVEL OF
PathKeeper has developed a disruptive, real-time spine navigation system that provides physicians with a sub-millimeter level of surgical accuracy. The system incorporates a proprietary 3D camera that tracks each vertebra and the surgeon’s tools independently throughout the procedure. The images are analyzed using proprietary 3D camera technology and software that integrates them with a pre-surgery CT scan of the patient. The system continuously adjusts the anatomical map to reflect spinal movement and surgeon manipulation; enabling physicians to achieve sub-millimeter accuracy for optimal surgical outcomes.
High accuracy for superior surgical safety and results
Continuous tracking of surgical
tools and patient anatomy
Highly compact system with a small form factor that can be easily transferred between ORs
Only a preoperative CT scan is required, eliminating the need for intra-operative CT
Competitively priced and tailored to the needs of both hospitals and Ambulatory Surgical Clinics
Simple, smart and easy to use surgery planning software
The PathKeeper system enables physicians to carry out spinal procedures without having to pause for input from CT scans or flash photographs that generally support today’s navigation systems.
After a quick calibration and registration process, the surgeon can begin the navigation.
The PathKeeper system offers pre-surgery planning and guided navigation throughout the procedure, continuously updating the anatomical map in real-time without affecting the operation's workflow.
Josh Schroeder, MD
Director of Spinal Deformities Surgery at Hadassah Medical Center
Navigated spine surgery is the new standard of care because of the many benefits it provides spinal patients and surgeons. PathKeeper’s system is state of the art, offering real-time guided navigation in a smooth and simple process.
Tushar Patel, MD
Senior Spine Surgeon. Former Prof. at Yale University School of Medicine and the University of Northern Virginia
There is a definite need for a new navigation system that is adaptable and easily integrated into operating rooms. PathKeeper took that challenge and created a spine navigation system that is easily operated and offers real-time tracking, the new standard of care.
DIVERSE CLINICAL SCENARIOS
Intraoperative radiation increases the risk of cancer. When treating children, it is best to minimize radiation exposure. The PathKeeper system is completely radiation-free in the operating room, making it the ideal choice for pediatric cases.
The smaller, cervical vertebrae (C1-C7) are more difficult to navigate. Using PathKeeper's sub-millimeter and continuous navigation accuracy, surgeons can better treat cervical cases with optimal results.
The demand for minimally invasive spine surgeries is continuously rising. By implementing PathKeeper's system, physicians can achieve sub-millimeter accuracy by utilizing the real-time navigation - even when using small incisions.