Ministry of Health Medical Devices No. 007161 (TFDA)
Ministry of Health Medical Devices No. 007725 (TFDA)

Spine 3D computer surgery navigation system

Caduceus S

Minimize wounds and recover quickly

Why do we need a navigation system?

Guided by the navigation system, doctors can find the location of the lesion more accurately and improve the safety of surgery. The Caduceus S spine navigation system enables minimally invasive access to complex and delicate spinal and neurological structures. In order to reduce damage to normal tissues, doctors need to operate in a narrow field of view and limited operating space. Therefore, it is more necessary to use the guidance of the navigation system to directly reach the lesion to improve the safety and accuracy of minimally invasive surgery.

Computed tomography (CT) before the operation is not required, but about two X-rays (C-arm) are taken during the operation

Ultra-low radiation instant navigation

Radiation exposure can cause an increased chance or risk of tumors or cancers, so CT scans should not be performed unless necessary.

Caduceus S spinal surgery navigation system patients do not need to irradiate computerized tomography in advance, they only need to take the initial 2 to 4 X-ray images during the operation to perform minimally invasive navigation. Perform X-rays (C-arm) to reduce radiation complications and reduce the risk of exposure to radiation.

Our advantage

According to the restrictions of local authority, the radiation dose received by the general public in a year shall not exceed 5 millisieverts, while the radiation dose of a computerized tomography scan is about 1.5-2 millisieverts1, especially for patients who need to undergo surgery. Pay more attention to radiation protection.
Spine navigation systemOther spine navigation systemsTraditional Open Spine Surgery
Setup time for navigation device.About 10 minutesAbout 30-40 minutesNot applicable
Radiation doseOnly need to take about 2~4 imagesExtensive X-rays are required for confirmationExtensive X-rays are required for confirmation
Preoperative CTNo needCT before surgery is requiredNo need
Operation timeAbout 2-4 hoursAbout 3-5 hoursAbout 3-5 hours
The number of days in hospitalAbout 2-4 daysAbout 2-4 daysAbout 7-10 days
Postoperative rehabilitationWithin about a monthWithin about a monthAbout 2-3 months
Wound sizeSmall, about 2-3 cm (single segment)Small, about 2-3 cm (single segment)Large, about 5-10 cm (single segment)
Minimize wounds and recover quickly

Minimally invasive surgery

Quickly locate and accurately confirm the position between the instrument and the lesion during the operation. Compared with the larger wound formed by traditional open surgery, the wound can be greatly reduced to achieve the effect of minimally invasive surgery and precision medicine, allowing you to recover faster after surgery.

Quick adaptation without much change

Great compatibility

There is no need to install any auxiliary tools on the existing equipment, and there is no need to change the operating environment.

Deploy in advance to master the operation process

Preoperative planning

Loading DICOM data into the spine navigation system can perform preoperative simulation, assist physicians in analyzing the surgical plan, and display the data of the preoperative simulation planning during the operation.

Accurate navigation shortens operation time and reduces tissue damage

Ultra-precise positioning

Physicians can use the spinal navigation system to monitor the position of the instrument, the distance, direction, and angle to the lesion during the operation. The error is less than 2 mm, which increases the accuracy of the operation and reduces the physical pain and unnecessary tissue damage of the patient. Provide better medical services for patients.

Applicable surgical range

Spinal implant surgery

Scoliosis, spondylolisthesis, vertebral fractures, spinal immobilization, and other related surgeries

Spinal tap

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery