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Blue Belt Technologies kondigt eerste Amerikaanse verkoop aan van het NavioPFS-operatiesysteem
Date:1/31/2013

ndeling die op exacte wijze kan worden herhaald. Precision Freehand Sculpting, de ondersteunende technologie achter de handbedieningstechniek van de NavioPFS, is de volgende stap in orthopedische, door robots geassisteerde apparatuur, waarbij het belang van de chirurg in door computers geassisteerde procedures nogmaals wordt onderstreept.

"We zijn er trots op om deze mijlpaal aan te kunnen kondigen, slechts zes weken nadat we in december 2012 goedkeuring hebben ontvangen van de FDA. Community Regional en Dr. Lester zijn geweldige partners bij het onder de aandacht brengen van de capaciteiten van het NavioPFS-systeem bij Amerikaanse patiënten en klanten," aldus Eric B. Timko , President en CEO van Blue Belt Technologies. "Deze eerste bestelling bevestigt nogmaals onze veeleisende verkoopdoelstellingen voor de Verenigde Staten dit jaar, nu het bedrijf zich richt op het beschikbaar maken van het NavioPFS-systeem in de Verenigde Staten en Europa."

Blue Belt Technologies, Inc.

Blue Belt Technologies, Inc. werkt aan de nieuwe generatie 'slimme' chirurgische instrumenten met precisierobotica voor gebruik in orthopedische ingrepen en later andere chirurgische velden, waaronder neurochirurgie, wervelkolomaandoeningen en otorinolaryngologie (ORL). Het NavioPFS-systeem van het bedrijf maakt gebruik van gepatenteerde technologie om nauwkeurige robothandelingen voor chirurgen beschikbaar te maken via een intelligent, draagbaar, door een computer geassisteerd instrument voor het snijden van bot. Dankzij het NavioPFS-systeem beschikt de chirurg over extra veiligheid en meer nauwkeurigheid bij het uitvoeren van vormgevingstaken van botten met behulp van minimaal invasieve insnijdingen.


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