ExcelsiusGPS® Jiang et al. 2020.
Three-dimensional assessment of robot-assisted pedicle screw placement accuracy and instrumentation reliability based on a preplanned trajectory
Jiang et al. J Neurosurg Spine May 29 [Epub ahead of print], 2020.
ExcelsiusGPS® Panchmatia, et al. 2020
Lumbar percutaneous pedicle screw breach rates: a comparison of robotic navigation platform versus conventional techniques
Panchmatia et al. Clin Spine Surg. Mar 06 [Epub ahead of print], 2020.
ExcelsiusGPS® Siddiqui et al. 2019
Robot-assisted pedicle screw placement: learning curve experience
Siddiqui et al. World Neurosurg 130:E417–E422, 2019.
Assessment of Surgical Procedural Time, Pedicle Screw Accuracy, and Clinician Radiation Exposure of a Novel Robotic Navigation System Compared With Conventional Open and Percutaneous Freehand Techniques: A Cadaveric Investigation
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REVERE® Bartanusz et al. 2015.
Short segment spinal instrumentation with index vertebra pedicle screw placement for pathologies involving the anterior and
middle vertebral column is as effective as long segment stabilization with cage reconstruction: a biomechanical study
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REVERE® Bohl et al. 2015.
Undertapping of lumbar pedicle screws can result in tapping with a pitch that differs from that of the screw, which decreases
screw pull-out force
Bohl et al. Spine 40(12):E729–E734, 2015.