Published Research

Globus Medical MERC Research
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First spine surgery utilizing real-time image-guided robotic assistance

Ahmed et al. Comput Assist Surg (Abingdon) 24(1):13–17, 2019.

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Navigated robotic assistance results in improved screw accuracy and positive clinical outcomes: an evaluation of the first 54 cases

Benech et al. J Robot Surg 14(3):431-437, 2020.

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A quantitative accuracy assessment of the use of a rigid robotic arm in navigated placement of 726 pedicle screws

Benech et al. BMC Surg 22(1):385, 2022.

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Robotic-assisted navigation for stereotactic neurosurgery: a cadaveric investigation of accuracy, time, and radiation

Anderson et al. Oper Neurosurg (Hagerstown) December 6 [Epub ahead of print], 2023.

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Ensuring navigation integrity using robotics in spine surgery

Crawford et al. J Robot Surg 14(1):177-183, 2020.

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ExcelsiusGPS® Elswick et al. 2020

Robotic-assisted spinal surgery: current generation instrumentation and new applications

Elswick et al. Neurosurg Clin N Am 31(1):103-110, 2020.

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Robotics in spine surgery: a technical overview and review of key concepts

Farber et al. Front Surg 8:578674, 2021.

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ExcelsiusGPS® Gilani et al. 2023

The use of a robotic arm for fixation of pelvic fractures

Gilani et al. J Orthop Trauma 37(11S): S28-S32, 2023.
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Research Study
ExcelsiusGPS® Godzik et al. 2019

A quantitative assessment of the accuracy and reliability of robotically guided percutaneous pedicle screw placement: technique and application accuracy

Godzik, et al. Oper Neurosurg (Hagerstown) 17(4):389–395, 2019.

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Navigated robot-guided pedicle screws placed successfully in single-position lateral lumbar interbody fusion

Huntsman et al. J Robot Surg 14(4):643-647, 2020.

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Robotic‑assisted navigated minimally invasive pedicle screw placement in the first 100 cases at a single institution

Huntsman et al. J Robot Surg 14(1):199-203, 2020.

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Initial single-institution experience with a novel robotic-navigation system for thoracolumbar pedicle screw and pelvic screw placement with 643 screws

Jain et al. Int J Spine Surg 13(5):459-463, 2019.