High accuracy for positive clinical results.
Easy-to-use surgery planning software with a short learning curve
Tracks the surgical tools and re-registers patient's anatomy in seconds for minimal interference with the surgical workflow
The system is radiation-free intraoperatively; requiring only a preoperative CT scan
Highly compact system with a small form factor that can be easily transferred between operating rooms
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 and former professor 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.
PathKeeper's seamless preoperative workflow paves the way for smooth navigation intraoperatively. The system’s guidance reflects the surgical needs as it is swift and practically uninterrupted – without requiring additional x-rays or 3D scans in the operating room which generally support today’s systems.
INSTRUMENTED SPINE SURGERY