Brainlab was granted FDA clearance to market the Loop-X® Mobile Imaging Robot (pictured above) and Cirq® robotic surgical system, following CE Mark approvals last year.
Loop-X works with the full Brainlab digital surgery portfolio or with a customer’s existing setup. Independently moving imaging source and detector panels enable flexible patient positioning and non-isocentric imaging, reducing radiation exposure and increasing the variety of indications which can be treated. This mobile imaging robot can be controlled wirelessly with a touchscreen tablet.
The Cirq Robotic Alignment module is capable of fine tuning the alignment to a pre-planned trajectory and freeing up surgeons’ hands.
“We’re expanding and diversifying our digital surgery portfolio with robotics across all indications,” said Sean Clark, Presiden of Brainlab. “Our customers want to offer their patients advanced technologies close to home. Brainlab technologies are designed to enable greater freedom for clinicians and enhance outcomes for patients.”