Always staying ahead of the curve, the Connecticut Orthopaedic Institute at St. Vincent's Medical Center, utilizes the best in technologocal innovations to get you up and running; better than before.
Connecticut Orthopaedic Institute offers patients a variety of new tools in orthopaedic surgery, including Mako Robotic-Arm Assisted Surgery System; the Medtronic Stealth Navigation System, that precisely tracks the location of surgical instruments throughout a procedure; and 7D Surgical, the first and only Machine-vision Image Guided Surgery (MvIGS) system that allows surgeons to perform fast, cost-effective, radiation-free spinal navigation.
Mako Robotic-Arm Assisted Surgery System, a surgeon-controlled robotic arm system that enables even more precise alignment and placement of implants. Mako Robotic-Arm Assisted Surgery Enables a New Level of Accuracy for Joint Replacement Surgery.
Globus ExcelsiusGPS™, a sophisticated surgical guidance system for spine procedures which allows our surgeons to perform less invasive procedures and helps them ensure implants and hardware placement are even more precise. The ExcelsiusGPS™ brings an even greater level of precision to surgeons performing spine surgery and the patients they serve.
The 7D Surgical FLASH™ Navigation System virtually replaces standard X-ray imagery, providing the surgical team with a fast, accurate and radiation-free tool for the placement of spinal implants. 7D is the first and only platform that utilizes Machine-Vision Image Guided Surgery (MvIGS) technology. For the first-time, spine surgeons can guide their tools to the critical anatomy using sophisticated camera technology linked to a computer in the operating room.