Published Research

Globus Medical MERC Research
Research Study

Does robot-assisted navigation influence pedicle screw selection and accuracy in minimally invasive spine surgery?

Shafi et al. Neurosurg Focus 52(1):E4, 2022.

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ExcelsiusGPS® Siddiqui et al. 2019

Robot-assisted pedicle screw placement: learning curve experience

Siddiqui et al. World Neurosurg 130:E417–E422, 2019.

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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

Vaccaro et al. Global Spine J 10(7):814-825, 2020.

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Does the accuracy of pedicle screw placement differ between the attending surgeon and resident in navigated robotic-assisted minimally invasive spine surgery?

Vardiman et al. J Robot Surg 14(4):567-572, 2020.

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Pedicle screw accuracy in clinical utilization of minimally invasive navigated robot assisted spine surgery

Vardiman, et al. J Robot Surg 14(3):409-413, 2020.

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Robotic spine surgery: current state in minimally invasive surgery

Vo et al. Global Spine J 10(2S):34S-40S, 2020.

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Navigated robotic assistance improves pedicle screw accuracy in minimally invasive surgery of the lumbosacral spine: 600 pedicle screws in a single institution

Wallace et al. Int J Med Robot 16(1):e2054, 2020.

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HEDRON® Van Horn et al. 2021

Comparison of 3D-printed titanium-alloy, standard titanium-alloy, and PEEK interbody spacers in an ovine model

Van Horn et al. Spine J 21(12):2097-2103, 2021.

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INDEPENDENCE® Drazin et al. 2019

The role of sacral slope in lumbosacral fusion: a biomechanical study

Drazin et al. J Neurosurg Spine 23:754–762, 2015.

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INDEPENDENCE® Kuhns et al. 2017

Evaluation of two novel integrated stand-alone spacer designs compared with anterior and anterior-posterior single-level lumbar fusion techniques: an in vitro biomechanical investigation

Kuhns et al. Asian Spine J 11(6):854–862, 2017.

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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

Bartanusz et al. Spine 40(22):1729–1736, 2015.

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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.