VISEON MaxView Camera Launched for Single Position Prone XLIF Surgery

By Julie A. Vetalice

VISEON MaxView Camera Launched for Single Position Prone XLIF Surgery

Viseon announced use of its new miniature camera system, MaxView™, for single position prone XLIF® surgery. MaxView offers high definition, intraoperative visualization and ease of integration into spine procedures.

This technology addresses two of the greatest challenges associated with single position surgery (SPS) in prone and lateral positions: a lack of visualization, and challenging surgeon ergonomics.

MaxView provides a view down the XLIF® retractor that is unobstructed by instrument handles and is projected onto a monitor, obviating contortions by the surgeon to achieve suitable visual access.

“Viseon’s MaxView is literally making surgeons rethink the way they operate! The MaxView system’s optimized visualization, improved surgeon ergonomics, enhanced OR staff observation and redefined patient safety & OR efficiency is enabling surgeons to adopt single position surgery and expand their indications for these procedures,” said Matt Anderson, Viseon Vice President U.S. Sales.

In early 2020, the company received funding of $18 million to back product development, worldwide regulatory approvals, clinical evaluations, manufacturing scale-up and commercialization, supporting 2H20 product launches.

Product Labels: Lumbar Spine, Spinal Fusion

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