Empowering Spine Surgeons

Dedicated to addressing the unmet needs of surgical navigation for surgeons and patients, 7D Surgical has developed the first and only Machine-vision Image Guided Surgery (MvIGS) system that allows surgeons to perform fast, cost-effective, radiation-free spinal navigation.

Proprietary Flash™ Registration

Guided by our philosophy of “designed by surgeons, for surgeons,” 7D Surgical has reduced the entire workflow time to less than 20 seconds for patient registration. Traditional IGS systems can take up to 30 minutes for registration, with even more time spent if re-registration is required.

20 second patient registration

The Spinal Registration Process.

Reimagined and Revitalized.

Place reference frame

Place Reference Frame

  • Attach the bone clamp reference frame quickly and easily
  • Attaches with one hand in just seconds
Identify 3 level definition points

Identify 3 Level Definition Points

  • Surgeon identifies co-localized points on 3D surface and pre-operative scan
Flash™ Registration

Flash™ Registration

  • Using the conveniently located foot pedal, automated Flash™ Registration occurs
  • Utilizes visible light (not radiation)
  • Instantaneous 3D color image aligns to the pre-operative CT
IGS verification

Verification

  • Touch anatomical landmarks for confirmation
Navigate: image guided surgery

Navigate: Image Guided Surgery Begins

  • With MvIGS, using the 7D Surgical System: registration takes < 20 seconds
  • With traditional IGS: registration takes 15-30 minutes

Flash™ Fix

Update your registration at any time with a single Flash™.

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Spine Registration Instruments


Reference Clamp

Reference Clamp

Quick, one-handed application of this bone clamp

Awl - sharp tip

Awl – Sharp Tip

Sharp, narrow tip with integrated measurements allows surgeon to make a pilot hole through the cortical bone; designed to preserve line of sight down shaft of tool

Pedicle Probe

Pedicle Probe

Used after the awl to continue the pilot hole through the softer cancellous bone; includes integrated measurements and is designed to preserve line of sight down shaft of tool

Real-time visualization of surgical tool position

Depth and width (in mm) are displayed to allow accurate real-time sizing of implants.

Vision, Precision, and Certainty.
All in Real-Time.

Real-time visualization of surgical tool position in relation to the patient’s anatomy allows surgeons to know with confidence where the surgical target is in relation to its current position. Additionally, the system’s proprietary measurement markers are directly displayed on the screen to allow accurate sizing of the screws, in real-time, saving crucial pre-operative and intra-operative planning time.

Reduce Radiation for Surgeons, Staff,
and Patients. Enable Improved Safety.

  • Physicians can exceed their Lifetime Occupational Radiation Limit within the first decade of their career.1
  • The exposure to x-rays during adolescence has been shown to double the risk of breast cancer in women.2

References:

  1. “Radiation exposure during pedicle screw placement in adolescent idiopathic scoliosis: is fluoroscopy safe?” Ul Haque M, Shufflebarger HL, O’Brien M, Macagno A. Spine: 2006 Oct 1;31(21):2516-20.
  2. “Breast Cancer in Women With Scoliosis Exposed to Multiple Diagnostic X Rays” Hoffman DA, Lonstein JE, Morin MM, Visscher W, Harris BSH, Boice JD, J Natl Cancer Inst. 81:1307–1312, 1989.