The use of AI-developed surgical guides improves safety in complex spine surgery
Dr Mostaza has conducted a study at the 22nd Neuroraquis Congress 2023 on pedicle screw placement in spinal surgery.
Malpositioned screws can lead to serious complications.
In his study, he compared two methods of screw placement in patients with complex spinal surgery: a) personalized surgical guides and b) surgical navigators.
Main results of the study are:
– Using guides was more precise than using navigators, with 98.9% of screws in the “safe zone” compared to 96.1%.
– Mean screw placement time was shorter using guides (180-320 seconds) than using navigators (360-480 seconds).
– Fluoroscopy dose was significantly lower using guides.
– Cost per patient when using guides is half of using navigators.
The results clearly demonstrate that personalized surgical guides are an efficient tool for complex spine surgery!
You can access the full study at:
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