Intra-Operative Nerve Monitoring

Intra-Operative Nerve Monitoring

World’s first nerve monitor system able to detect the nerve distance by impedance using only two cables.

Most minimally invasive surgical procedures cannot visualize the spinal anatomical landmarks. They rely on independent guidance from fluoroscopy imaging or a computer-assisted system. This leads to a higher risk of perforation and other serious consequences.

Currently PELD minimally invasive spine surgery is widely used, but its postoperative complications are up to 10% -20% of cases. This is due to the PELD surgical approach which increases the risk of iatrogenic injury, injury to nerve roots. (e.g. penetrating front annulus). Compared to open surgery:

  • Poor or no visibility during surgical procedure
  • The blind dilation opening increases the possibility of nerve damage
  • Neurophysiological monitoring is difficult

Nerve monitoring is essential for minimally invasive surgery.

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World’s first nerve monitor system able to detect the nerve distance by impedance using only two cables.

Most minimally invasive surgical procedures cannot visualize the spinal anatomical landmarks. They rely on independent guidance from fluoroscopy imaging or a computer-assisted system. This leads to a higher risk of perforation and other serious consequences.

Currently PELD minimally invasive spine surgery is widely used, but its postoperative complications are up to 10% -20% of cases. This is due to the PELD surgical approach which increases the risk of iatrogenic injury, injury to nerve roots. (e.g. penetrating front annulus). Compared to open surgery:

  • Poor or no visibility during surgical procedure
  • The blind dilation opening increases the possibility of nerve damage
  • Neurophysiological monitoring is difficult

Nerve monitoring is essential for minimally invasive surgery.

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