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Exceptional Technology for
Extraordinary Care

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BUILD A SMARTER O.R.

Excelsius Technology is an ecosystem of exceptional technology designed to improve safety and care in the O.R. for patients and hospital staff alike. The uniquely intelligent features that define each of these platforms are designed to provide extraordinary care and change the way surgery is done.

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ExcelsiusGPS®
revolutionary robotic navigation
Excelsius3D™
intelligent imaging system
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Innovation
Through
Collaboration

We incorporate surgeon feedback to create high-quality, innovative products designed to enhance safety, accuracy, and clinical results.

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Increased
O.R.
Efficiency

Our integrated surgical systems are designed on day 1 to provide automated processes that improve time management in the O.R.

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Reduced
Radiation
Exposure

We work hard to lower the risk of radiation exposure for those in the O.R. by continually innovating and adapting technology.

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Our robotic navigation platform combines a rigid robotic arm and full navigation capabilities to improve accuracy and optimize patient care for spine and cranial applications.

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Our intelligent imaging system provides expert adaptability, seamless maneuverability, and multidisciplinary benefits with three imaging modalities consolidated into one unit.

ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY &
SMART SURGICAL SOLUTIONS

Excelsius Technology provides support to any surgical suite where safety and accuracy are key.

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“With ExcelsiusGPS® I’m pretty much doing everything. I’ve migrated all of my lower cervical, thoracic, lumbar, and iliac cases to robotics and everything from simple to minimally invasive TLIFs to large open scoliosis reconstructions, vertebral column resections, and oncology resections. Pretty much every time I put a pedicle screw in I’m using robotics at this point.”

Dr. Nicholas Theodore
Neurosurgeon | Johns Hopkins Hospital