Israel-based Mazor Robotics has sold a Renaissance spine system to the Moscow-based N.N. Blokhin Cancer Research Center through its Russian distribution partner Neuroproject.
September 19, 2012
Denver-based Parker Adventist Hospital has purchased the Renaissance surgical spine guidance system from Mazor Robotics.
Published in Spine
August 10, 2012
One year ago, the San Francisco Surgery Center (SFSC) acquired the world's first MAKOplasty robots for partial joint replacements in an outpatient surgery center. Since then, surgeons at the SFSC have performed over 50 procedures using this technology. Jeff Wong, SFSC's Administrator, and orthopedic surgeon, Kevin R. Stone MD, discuss the benefits and challenges of incorporating this technology into a surgery center and where they believe robotics is headed.
Published in Orthopedic & Spine Industry Leaders
July 30, 2012
Published in Orthopedic Sports Medicine
Mazor Robotics, an Israel-based robotic spinal system company and developer of the Renaissance system, reported $2.4 million in revenue for the first quarter of 2012, an increase over the same period last year.
April 26, 2012
Here are eight milestones and recognitions for surgery centers and physicians in 2012 so far.
Published in Ambulatory Surgery Centers
January 09, 2012
MAKO Surgical reported selling 18 RIO systems worldwide during the fourth quarter of 2011, according to a company news release.
December 20, 2011
Mazor Robotics, a spine device company focused on surgical robotics, recently singed a purchase agreement with NSH Michigan for its Renaissance system, according to a Mazor news release.
Mazor Robotics recently reported $1.6 million in third quarter sales, which is a slight increase over the $1.5 million it reported for the same period last year, according to a Mazor news release.
August 09, 2011
MAKO Surgical reported second quarter revenue of $18.6 million, an 81 percent increase over the second quarter of 2010, according to a company news release.