Cheyenne Regional Medical Center is the first hospital in Wyoming to add the Mazor X™ robotic surgical assurance and guidance system to its spinal surgery program.
The Mazor X combines pre-operative planning tools and analytics with intra-operative guidance, providing patients with the most advanced spinal surgery options available.
The Mazor X allows the surgeon to use minimally invasive techniques, which can mean smaller incisions, less pain, less blood loss, shorter hospitalizations and shorter recovery time for patients. It can analyze and pair images from different kinds of imaging technology, such as matching a pre-operative CT (computed tomography) scan with a fluoroscopy image taken during the surgery. It can also analyze images taken at different times and on different anatomical planes. An additional benefit is that the system has software that reads and recognizes a patient’s anatomical features, allowing for pre-operative insight into any challenges or concerns that might arise.