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Providence Medical Technology, Inc. Announces FDA Clearance of CORUS™ Navigation Access System for Use with Medtronic’s StealthStation™ Surgical Navigation in Posterior Spinal Fusion

The potential benefits of utilizing the CORUS™ Navigation Access System to perform a navigated CORUS fusion include: > Enhanced accuracy and precision with surgical instruments and spinal implants, e.g., CAVUX FFS-LX. > Improved visualization of the facet joints and other anatomical structures during procedures. > Reduced risk of complications and shorter operative time.

PLEASANTON, Calif., June 13, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — Providence Medical Technology, Inc., an innovator in solutions for spinal surgery, announces that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cleared the use of the CORUS™ Navigation Access System for use with the CORUS Spinal System during spinal surgery. The CORUS Navigation Access System is specifically designed for use with Medtronic’s StealthStation™ System for posterior spinal fusion procedures. This FDA clearance strengthens Providence Medical Technology’s portfolio and underscores its commitment to advancing spinal surgery for high-risk spinal fusion patients.

The CORUS™ Navigation Access System assists spine surgeons in locating and preparing facet joints in open and minimally invasive spinal surgery procedures and is designed for use with the Medtronic StealthStation™ System.
The CORUS™ Navigation Access System assists spine surgeons in locating and preparing facet joints in open and minimally invasive spinal surgery procedures and is designed for use with the Medtronic StealthStation™ System.
The CORUS™ Navigation Access System is intended to assist surgeons in locating, accessing, and preparing facet joints for posterior fusion procedures. It enables surgeons to utilize surgical navigation to perform procedures with its novel CORUS Spinal System. Surgical guidance and navigation have become increasingly utilized in spinal surgical procedures, particularly for less invasive surgical techniques.

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