Published Research

Globus Medical MERC Research
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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 33(4):519-528, 2020.

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Robotic-assisted spine surgery allows for increased pedicle screw sizes while still improving safety as indicated by elevated
triggered electromyographic thresholds

Kanaly et al. J Robot Surg November 30 [Epub ahead of print], 2022.

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ExcelsiusGPS® Kanaly et al. 2023

A retrospective analysis of pedicle screw placement accuracy using the ExcelsiusGPS robotic guidance system: case series

Kanaly et al. Oper Neurosurg (Hagertown) 24(3):242-247, 2023.

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Retrospective study assessing the learning curve and the accuracy of minimally invasive robot-assisted pedicle screw placement during the first 41 robot-assisted spinal fusion surgeries

Maalouly et al. Mini-invasive Surg 5:35, 2021.

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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 33(4):E162-E167, 2020.

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ExcelsiusGPS® Park et al. 2021

Robotic assisted percutaneous iliac screw fixation for destructive lumbosacral metastatic lesions: an early single-institution experience

Park et al. Acta Neurochir (Wien) 163(11):2983-2990, 2021.

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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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Factors affecting the accuracy of pedicle screw placement in robot-assisted surgery: a multicenter study

Toossi et al. Spine (Phila Pa 1976) 47(23):1613-1619, 2022.

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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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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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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.