PathKeeper Surgical and Mayo Clinic Collaborate on Low-radiation Pediatric Spine Surgery

PathKeeper Surgical has entered into a know-how agreement with Mayo Clinic to research radiation levels in pediatric spine surgeries, with a focus on on reducing patient radiation exposure using minimally invasive optical navigation and utilizing intraoperative measurement tools for scoliosis correction, including vertebral body tethering.

Based on PathKeeper Surgical’s novel Machine Learning software and proprietary laser-optic navigation, Mayo Clinic pediatric spine surgeons Noelle Larson, MD, and Todd Milbrandt, MD, are collaborating with PathKeeper Surgical to improve interventions and reduce risks associated with scoliosis surgery, while opening up new possibilities for complex deformity correction.

The research and development efforts will include refining and expanding the application of PathKeeper’s technology to tackle the unique challenges posed by pediatric spine surgery. This collaboration aims to raise the standard of care with a focus on improved outcomes and increased safety for young patients.

Our focus on accuracy and radiation reduction underscores our commitment to advancing spine surgery, and providing surgeons with the information they need to make highly accurate decisions,” said Erez Lampert, founder and Chief Executive Officer at PathKeeper Surgical.

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